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iExec

Cloud Computing

iExec provides distributed applications running on the blockchain (DApps) scalable, secure and easy access to the services, data-sets, and computing resources they need. The decentralized future of the cloud computing industry.

ICO Details
ICO Start:
12 Apr 2017
ICO End:
12 May 2017
Hardcap:
10,000 BTC
Softcap:
2,000 BTC
Token Price:
0.0002 BTC
≈ 0.24171 USD
Total Supply:
87,000,000
ICO Supply:
60,000,000 (68.97%)
Accepting:
BTC, ETH
Country:
France
Token Details
Token Platform:
Ethereum
Token Holders:
17,143
Token Transfers:
227,782
Token Explorers:
Coin Details
Ticker:
RLC
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iExec RLC Rank 112
$1.10 (-12.66%)
0.00010007 BTC (-12.88%)
0.00285743 ETH (-11.80%)
1 BTC ≈ 9,993 RLC
1 ETH ≈ 350 RLC
RLC
USD
Market Cap:
$87,803,311
Volume 24h:
$4,292,961
Fully Diluted Market Cap:
$95,699,764
ROI (USD):
354% / 4.53x
ATH:
$5.40
ATH Date:
12 January 2018
From ATH / To ATH:
-79.70% / 392.68%
Circulating Supply:
80,070,793 RLC
Total Supply:
86,999,785 RLC
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Change USD
1h -0.35%
24h -12.66%
7d -1.97%
30d -28.13%
1y 351.30%
Change BTC
1h -0.33%
24h -12.88%
7d -7.39%
30d -22.96%
1y 321.41%
Change ETH
1h -0.47%
24h -11.80%
7d -5.34%
30d -23.20%
1y 156.71%
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RLC
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USD Amount -
BTC Amount -
ETH Amount -
Price $1.10
Market Cap $87,803,311
Fully Diluted Market Cap $95,401,443
BTC Price 0.00010007
ETH Price 0.00285743
iExec (RLC) is a cryptocurrency, the latest iExec price is $1.10, down -12.66% in the last 24 hours. iExec market cap is $87,803,311 with a 24h volume of $4,292,961. It has a circulating supply of 80,070,793 RLC and a total supply of 86,999,785 RLC. iExec reached it's all time high on 12 January 2018 when it was trading at $5.40.
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iExec dApps
Cloud Computing Resources for decentralized applications

  • Who
    The background technology of iExec has been developed by research scientists at the INRIA and CNRS institutes in the field of Desktop Grid Computing, which allows to harness thousands of distributed nodes to execute very large parallel applications.
  • How
    iExec creates a network of providers that form a virtual Cloud Infrastructure. You can access this distributed infrastructure either to run your applications, or to be one of the providers by renting your resources.

Powering the New Generation of Applications
iExec can support applications within a wide range of fields, from High Performance Computing to Internet-of-Things.
By being an open market, iExec encourages competition amongst the providers, which leads to lower computation costs and to increased quality-of-service.

  • High Performance Computing
    HPC is a key technology for designing innovative products. iExec will democratize it by making it affordable for everyone.
  • Artificial Intelligence
    Artificial intelligence and machine learning requires heavy computing power when training the models. iExec will support the most popular frameworks such as TensorFlow, Caffe, Theano, Torch.
  • Big Data
    The volume of generated data is growing exponentially. Therefore, the processing capacities must follow in proportion to extract knowledge from this deluge of data.


iExec Marketplace
The First Marketplace for Computing Resources

The Worker Pools

Workers are the cloud providers in charge of executing the works submitted by users. Similarly to blockchain miners, workers share their resources and get rewarded in RLC. These workers can be public or private, and are organized in worker pools. For each one of these, a scheduler manages the work distribution.
The iExec decentralized marketplace is where offer meets demand for computing power. The marketplace leverages state-of-the-art blockchain technologies, which offer a high level of trust and traceability. Welcome to the new era of decentralized economies.

  • BID
    Applications and users place “work orders” for their works to be executed based on pre-selected criteria
  • ASK
    Workers place a sell order defining the price at which they are willing to execute works. They receive RLC each time they fulfill a “work order”.

iExec introduces a new paradigm for cloud computing. Cloud resources can now be traded on a global market, just like any other commodity. Instant access to a large capacity of computing power from the provider offering the best rate.

  • On-demand
    Users have on-demand access to the resources they need. A new pricing model labeled “Pay-per-Task” allows workers to unify resources, offering valuable flexibility to users.
  • Accessible
    Anyone can be a network participant. The underlying blockchain and desktop grid technologies are cutting-edge, but users and workers benefit from a friendly user-interface from which they can engage with the iExec network.
  • Cost-efficient
    Participants can set their own prices in a peer-to-peer market free of fees. Competition between workers, and the aggregation of spare resources from all over the world guarantee competitive prices for cloud computing.


Proof-of-Contribution (PoCo)

PoCo is the protection shield of the iExec marketplace. It is a consensus algorithm that guarantees protection against Byzantine workers (who could provide bad results to penalize users) and users (who could argue against legitimate work performed by legitimate workers). PoCo enforces trust on a decentralized network.

  • What is PoCo?
    Proof-of-Contribution is a consensus protocol designed by iExec. It ensures trust between all participants on the iExec Marketplace.
  • Why do we need a consensus protocol?
    PoCo ensures a high level of trust and traceability. It allows users to trust the results computed by an external actor, who is incentivised by making an income for their contribution.
  • How does it work?
    To incentivise participants, Poco integrates mechanisms such as consensus through majority voting, staking and reputation scoring. All of this data is stored on-chain.


iExec RLC
RLC stands for “Run on Lots of Computers”. RLC is a cryptocurrency that provides standard and secure payments.

  • What is RLC
    As with any cryptocurrency, RLC can be securely and easily stored, transferred, traded, divided and used to make payments.
  • Simple to use
    To access the iExec resources you need, you may pay with RLC tokens on a pay-as-you-go basis.
  • Secure
    RLC is an ERC20 compliant digital asset on Ethereum.
  • Widely Adopted
    83 million RLC are in circulation allowing businesses to begin their journey in the iExec ecosystem.

Gilles Fedak
CEO, Co-founder
Involved in 1 project
Haiwu He
Co-founder
Involved in 1 project
Oleg Lodygensky
CTO
Involved in 1 project
Jean-Charles Cabelguen
Chief Innovation & Adoption
Involved in 1 project
Eric Rodriguez
Product Manager
Involved in 1 project
Victor Bonhomme
Asset Manager
Involved in 1 project
Wassim Bendella
Blockchain Business Developer
Involved in 1 project
Yigu Lin
Regional Manager Asia
Involved in 1 project
Delphine Ducros
Office Manager
Involved in 1 project
Eduardo Alves
UX/UI Designer
Involved in 1 project
Baptiste Castiglione
Growth Hacker
Involved in 1 project
Lei Zhang
Head of Security
Involved in 1 project
Hadrien Croubois
Research Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Jérémy Toussaint
Backend Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Pierre Jeanjacquot
Full-Stack Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Nathan Payre
System Administrator
Involved in 1 project
Zied Guesmi
DevOps Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Anthony Simonet-Boulogne
Research Scientist
Involved in 1 project
Rémi Burgel
Blockchain Developer
Involved in 1 project
Blair Maclennan
International Community Manager
Involved in 1 project
Colan Chen
Chinese Community Manager
Involved in 1 project
Jae Seo Kang
Korean Community Manager
Involved in 1 project
Florent Derue
International Community Manager
Involved in 1 project
Marina Kazakova
Japanese Community Manager
Involved in 1 project
  • Q1 2016

    Haiwu He and Gilles Fedak announce iExec at the Blockchain Show in Beijing.

  • Q3 2016

    The project is presented in Shanghai to the Ethereum community at the Devcon2.

  • Q4 2016

    iExec is founded as a French company.

    The iExec Whitepaper is released. The document presents the technological foundations of the project, its roadmap and details about the RLC token crowdsale.

    iExec is accepted into the Tsinghua University SEM X-elerator, one of the most famous startup accelerators in China.

    iExec participates to SC’16, the International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis

  • Q1 2017

    Vanity Gen is the first application to run on the iExec PoC. It requires a lot of computing power to get the first character of a personalized Bitcoin address.

  • Q2 2017

    iExec raises 2,762 BTC and 17,388 ETH in less than 3 hours, which represents the equivalent of 12 million USD. It was the 5th largest ICO at the time.

    The Bittrex exchange platform opens an RLC/BTC market.

    Stockfish, a famous open-source chess engine is the second application deployed on the iExec PoC.

  • Q3 2017

    iExec joins the Ethereum Enterprise Alliance to augment Ethereum in terms of on privacy, confidentiality, scalability, and security.

    The iExec Explorer allows anyone to see all the transactions and application registrations within the iExec network.

  • Q4 2017

    The release of the iExec V1 (aka “The Wanderer”) is announced during Devcon3 in Cancún, Mexico.

    The DApp Challenge is announced to boost the development of decentralized apps, with a prize pool of $150,000.

    iExec opens a new office in Hong Kong.

    The DApp Store lists all the applications built on top of iExec.

    The team deploys the iExec Smart Contracts on the Ethereum Mainnet for the first time.

  • Q1 2018

    iExec joins the OpenFog Consortium to accelerate the deployment of fog computing technologies.

    Binance, one of the most popular exchange platforms, lists RLC.

    Stimergy becomes the first-ever cloud computing provider to join the iExec marketplace.

    iExec’s new partner, Cloud&Heat, issues the first invoice ever to be paid in RLC.

    Developers can dockerize their apps and run them on the iExec cloud.

    Blender, a CGI rendering app, is deployed on top of iExec and becomes the first use case of 3D rendering on iExec.

    15 new decentralized apps receive $150,000 of funding to integrate the iExec DApp Store.

    iExec present SGX Hardware Enclave Security Solutions at IBM Think, Las Vegas.

    iExec awarded Silver Prize at Disrupt’Night as innovators in ‘Data Security’ Category

  • Q2 2018

    iExec Co-Founder, Dr. Haiwu He was selected as Expert of the China Computer Federation

    iExec wins place in Red Herring Awards Top 100 Startups

    iExec Celebrates One Year Anniversary of RLC ICO by holding contest to expand the community

    iExec announce collaboration with Ubisoft in StationF Startup Programme

    iExec announces partnership with with RSK and compatibility with the sidechain, enabling smart contracts on the Bitcoin blockchain.

    During a join presentation with Intel at Consensus 2018, giving a live demonstration of its product using Intel SGX solutions.

    iExec 2.0 Market Network — iExec announce the release of the first-ever decentralized marketplace for cloud computing at Blockshow Europe 2018.

    iExec announces that major Chinese cloud provider TFCloud will join as a resource provider on the iExec network.

    iExec is written about in the mainsstream tech publication in an article on monetizing computing resources.

    iExec featured numerous digital and physical tech oriented publications while co-founder Haiwu He, was interviewed on mainstream Chinese television.

    Thousands of members join our ever growing community channels in Asia

    Haiwu He was recognised for an for his contributions with iExec for the Chinese blockchain industry

    iExec signs official collaboration agreement with Wuhan’s Municipal Government of China For future collaborative.

  • Q3 2018

    iExec starts series of articles and video showcasing applications built on top of iExec and executed on a decentralized cloud.

    All features of the iExec Marketplace are made fully functional on Ethereum main network.

    The leading channel for cryptocurrency and blockchain news published an article focused on iExec’s newly released marketplace for trading cloud resources.

    The first ever public workers connect and execute computation tasks for RLC as part of the initial testing on the iExec network on Ethereum’s Mainnet.

    311 workers joined the workerpool with PoCo fully integrated, to power a FinTech DApp resulting in over 2,400 RLC being distributed over 24 hours.

    An official iExec event taking place after Devcon4 featuring guest speakers, workshops and festivities.

    iExec presents their SGX enclave solution alongside Intel at the EEA face-to-face meeting for defining standards that will be implemented by companies with Ethereum-based platforms.

  • Q4 2018

    iExec will present a proof-of-concept using Intel SGX enclaves with their PoCo consensus algorithm at the Devcon4 conference.

  • Q2 2019
    iExec 3.0 — Hybrid Public/Private Infrastructure
    The V3 includes key features for the enterprises to widely adopt the iExec market network by providing them with full control over the public/private employment of their resources.
  • Q3 2019

    iExec V3.2 Release

    Bag-of-Tasks integration and an Ethereum Enterprise Alliance Worker Pool

  • Q4 2019

    iExec 4.0 — High Performance Computing

    GPU integration, sidechain implementation (more efficient, zero transactions fees) as well as other UX and UI improvements for enterprise and mainstream adoption

  • Q1 2020
    V4.1 Release
  • Q4 2020

    iExec 5.0 — Beyond the Decentralized Cloud

    The goal of this version is to allow new usages of iExec beyond the Decentralized Cloud. This will open a new market network with applications specifically deployed to take advantage of IoT, Fog/Edge Computing, and Smart City technologies. Applications will be fully autonomous and able to provision resources, data, and applications directly from the blockchain in a fully decentralized way. Many other implementations such as decentralized governance and an energy positive worker will be included in this release.

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3.8 / 5
3.2 / 5
3.1 / 5
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5 / 5
Average
3.6 / 5
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Rank 112


iExec RLC

$1.10 (-12.66%)
0.00010007 BTC (-12.88%)
0.00285743 ETH (-11.80%)
Market Cap:
$87,803,311
Volume 24h:
$4,292,961
Fully Diluted Market Cap:
$95,699,764
ROI (USD):
354% / 4.53x
ATH:
$5.40
ATH Date:
12 January 2018
From ATH / To ATH:
-79.70% / 392.68%
Circulating Supply:
80,070,793 RLC
Total Supply:
86,999,785 RLC
1 BTC:
≈ 9,993 RLC
1 ETH:
≈ 350 RLC
RLC
USD
Loading data from server...
Change USD
1h -0.35%
24h -12.66%
7d -1.97%
30d -28.13%
1y 351.30%
Change BTC
1h -0.33%
24h -12.88%
7d -7.39%
30d -22.96%
1y 321.41%
Change ETH
1h -0.47%
24h -11.80%
7d -5.34%
30d -23.20%
1y 156.71%
To The Moon 🚀🌕
RLC
ROI x1

USD Amount -
BTC Amount -
ETH Amount -
Price $1.10
Market Cap $87,803,311
Fully Diluted Market Cap $95,401,443
BTC Price 0.00010007
ETH Price 0.00285743
ICO Details
ICO Start:
12 Apr 2017
ICO End:
12 May 2017
Hardcap:
10,000 BTC
Softcap:
2,000 BTC
Token Price:
0.0002 BTC
≈ 0.24171 USD
Total Supply:
87,000,000
ICO Supply:
60,000,000 (68.97%)
Accepting:
BTC, ETH
Country:
France
Token Details
Token Platform:
Ethereum
Token Holders:
17,143
Token Transfers:
227,782
Token Explorers:
Coin Details
Ticker:
RLC
Description
Category: Cloud Computing

iExec provides distributed applications running on the blockchain (DApps) scalable, secure and easy access to the services, data-sets, and computing resources they need. The decentralized future of the cloud computing industry.

iExec (RLC) is a cryptocurrency, the latest iExec price is $1.10, down -12.66% in the last 24 hours. iExec market cap is $87,803,311 with a 24h volume of $4,292,961. It has a circulating supply of 80,070,793 RLC and a total supply of 86,999,785 RLC. iExec reached it's all time high on 12 January 2018 when it was trading at $5.40.
Share This Page
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iExec dApps
Cloud Computing Resources for decentralized applications

  • Who
    The background technology of iExec has been developed by research scientists at the INRIA and CNRS institutes in the field of Desktop Grid Computing, which allows to harness thousands of distributed nodes to execute very large parallel applications.
  • How
    iExec creates a network of providers that form a virtual Cloud Infrastructure. You can access this distributed infrastructure either to run your applications, or to be one of the providers by renting your resources.

Powering the New Generation of Applications
iExec can support applications within a wide range of fields, from High Performance Computing to Internet-of-Things.
By being an open market, iExec encourages competition amongst the providers, which leads to lower computation costs and to increased quality-of-service.

  • High Performance Computing
    HPC is a key technology for designing innovative products. iExec will democratize it by making it affordable for everyone.
  • Artificial Intelligence
    Artificial intelligence and machine learning requires heavy computing power when training the models. iExec will support the most popular frameworks such as TensorFlow, Caffe, Theano, Torch.
  • Big Data
    The volume of generated data is growing exponentially. Therefore, the processing capacities must follow in proportion to extract knowledge from this deluge of data.


iExec Marketplace
The First Marketplace for Computing Resources

The Worker Pools

Workers are the cloud providers in charge of executing the works submitted by users. Similarly to blockchain miners, workers share their resources and get rewarded in RLC. These workers can be public or private, and are organized in worker pools. For each one of these, a scheduler manages the work distribution.
The iExec decentralized marketplace is where offer meets demand for computing power. The marketplace leverages state-of-the-art blockchain technologies, which offer a high level of trust and traceability. Welcome to the new era of decentralized economies.

  • BID
    Applications and users place “work orders” for their works to be executed based on pre-selected criteria
  • ASK
    Workers place a sell order defining the price at which they are willing to execute works. They receive RLC each time they fulfill a “work order”.

iExec introduces a new paradigm for cloud computing. Cloud resources can now be traded on a global market, just like any other commodity. Instant access to a large capacity of computing power from the provider offering the best rate.

  • On-demand
    Users have on-demand access to the resources they need. A new pricing model labeled “Pay-per-Task” allows workers to unify resources, offering valuable flexibility to users.
  • Accessible
    Anyone can be a network participant. The underlying blockchain and desktop grid technologies are cutting-edge, but users and workers benefit from a friendly user-interface from which they can engage with the iExec network.
  • Cost-efficient
    Participants can set their own prices in a peer-to-peer market free of fees. Competition between workers, and the aggregation of spare resources from all over the world guarantee competitive prices for cloud computing.


Proof-of-Contribution (PoCo)

PoCo is the protection shield of the iExec marketplace. It is a consensus algorithm that guarantees protection against Byzantine workers (who could provide bad results to penalize users) and users (who could argue against legitimate work performed by legitimate workers). PoCo enforces trust on a decentralized network.

  • What is PoCo?
    Proof-of-Contribution is a consensus protocol designed by iExec. It ensures trust between all participants on the iExec Marketplace.
  • Why do we need a consensus protocol?
    PoCo ensures a high level of trust and traceability. It allows users to trust the results computed by an external actor, who is incentivised by making an income for their contribution.
  • How does it work?
    To incentivise participants, Poco integrates mechanisms such as consensus through majority voting, staking and reputation scoring. All of this data is stored on-chain.


iExec RLC
RLC stands for “Run on Lots of Computers”. RLC is a cryptocurrency that provides standard and secure payments.

  • What is RLC
    As with any cryptocurrency, RLC can be securely and easily stored, transferred, traded, divided and used to make payments.
  • Simple to use
    To access the iExec resources you need, you may pay with RLC tokens on a pay-as-you-go basis.
  • Secure
    RLC is an ERC20 compliant digital asset on Ethereum.
  • Widely Adopted
    83 million RLC are in circulation allowing businesses to begin their journey in the iExec ecosystem.

Gilles Fedak
CEO, Co-founder
Involved in 1 project
Haiwu He
Co-founder
Involved in 1 project
Oleg Lodygensky
CTO
Involved in 1 project
Jean-Charles Cabelguen
Chief Innovation & Adoption
Involved in 1 project
Eric Rodriguez
Product Manager
Involved in 1 project
Victor Bonhomme
Asset Manager
Involved in 1 project
Wassim Bendella
Blockchain Business Developer
Involved in 1 project
Yigu Lin
Regional Manager Asia
Involved in 1 project
Delphine Ducros
Office Manager
Involved in 1 project
Eduardo Alves
UX/UI Designer
Involved in 1 project
Baptiste Castiglione
Growth Hacker
Involved in 1 project
Lei Zhang
Head of Security
Involved in 1 project
Hadrien Croubois
Research Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Jérémy Toussaint
Backend Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Pierre Jeanjacquot
Full-Stack Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Nathan Payre
System Administrator
Involved in 1 project
Zied Guesmi
DevOps Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Anthony Simonet-Boulogne
Research Scientist
Involved in 1 project
Rémi Burgel
Blockchain Developer
Involved in 1 project
Blair Maclennan
International Community Manager
Involved in 1 project
Colan Chen
Chinese Community Manager
Involved in 1 project
Jae Seo Kang
Korean Community Manager
Involved in 1 project
Florent Derue
International Community Manager
Involved in 1 project
Marina Kazakova
Japanese Community Manager
Involved in 1 project
  • Q1 2016

    Haiwu He and Gilles Fedak announce iExec at the Blockchain Show in Beijing.

  • Q3 2016

    The project is presented in Shanghai to the Ethereum community at the Devcon2.

  • Q4 2016

    iExec is founded as a French company.

    The iExec Whitepaper is released. The document presents the technological foundations of the project, its roadmap and details about the RLC token crowdsale.

    iExec is accepted into the Tsinghua University SEM X-elerator, one of the most famous startup accelerators in China.

    iExec participates to SC’16, the International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis

  • Q1 2017

    Vanity Gen is the first application to run on the iExec PoC. It requires a lot of computing power to get the first character of a personalized Bitcoin address.

  • Q2 2017

    iExec raises 2,762 BTC and 17,388 ETH in less than 3 hours, which represents the equivalent of 12 million USD. It was the 5th largest ICO at the time.

    The Bittrex exchange platform opens an RLC/BTC market.

    Stockfish, a famous open-source chess engine is the second application deployed on the iExec PoC.

  • Q3 2017

    iExec joins the Ethereum Enterprise Alliance to augment Ethereum in terms of on privacy, confidentiality, scalability, and security.

    The iExec Explorer allows anyone to see all the transactions and application registrations within the iExec network.

  • Q4 2017

    The release of the iExec V1 (aka “The Wanderer”) is announced during Devcon3 in Cancún, Mexico.

    The DApp Challenge is announced to boost the development of decentralized apps, with a prize pool of $150,000.

    iExec opens a new office in Hong Kong.

    The DApp Store lists all the applications built on top of iExec.

    The team deploys the iExec Smart Contracts on the Ethereum Mainnet for the first time.

  • Q1 2018

    iExec joins the OpenFog Consortium to accelerate the deployment of fog computing technologies.

    Binance, one of the most popular exchange platforms, lists RLC.

    Stimergy becomes the first-ever cloud computing provider to join the iExec marketplace.

    iExec’s new partner, Cloud&Heat, issues the first invoice ever to be paid in RLC.

    Developers can dockerize their apps and run them on the iExec cloud.

    Blender, a CGI rendering app, is deployed on top of iExec and becomes the first use case of 3D rendering on iExec.

    15 new decentralized apps receive $150,000 of funding to integrate the iExec DApp Store.

    iExec present SGX Hardware Enclave Security Solutions at IBM Think, Las Vegas.

    iExec awarded Silver Prize at Disrupt’Night as innovators in ‘Data Security’ Category

  • Q2 2018

    iExec Co-Founder, Dr. Haiwu He was selected as Expert of the China Computer Federation

    iExec wins place in Red Herring Awards Top 100 Startups

    iExec Celebrates One Year Anniversary of RLC ICO by holding contest to expand the community

    iExec announce collaboration with Ubisoft in StationF Startup Programme

    iExec announces partnership with with RSK and compatibility with the sidechain, enabling smart contracts on the Bitcoin blockchain.

    During a join presentation with Intel at Consensus 2018, giving a live demonstration of its product using Intel SGX solutions.

    iExec 2.0 Market Network — iExec announce the release of the first-ever decentralized marketplace for cloud computing at Blockshow Europe 2018.

    iExec announces that major Chinese cloud provider TFCloud will join as a resource provider on the iExec network.

    iExec is written about in the mainsstream tech publication in an article on monetizing computing resources.

    iExec featured numerous digital and physical tech oriented publications while co-founder Haiwu He, was interviewed on mainstream Chinese television.

    Thousands of members join our ever growing community channels in Asia

    Haiwu He was recognised for an for his contributions with iExec for the Chinese blockchain industry

    iExec signs official collaboration agreement with Wuhan’s Municipal Government of China For future collaborative.

  • Q3 2018

    iExec starts series of articles and video showcasing applications built on top of iExec and executed on a decentralized cloud.

    All features of the iExec Marketplace are made fully functional on Ethereum main network.

    The leading channel for cryptocurrency and blockchain news published an article focused on iExec’s newly released marketplace for trading cloud resources.

    The first ever public workers connect and execute computation tasks for RLC as part of the initial testing on the iExec network on Ethereum’s Mainnet.

    311 workers joined the workerpool with PoCo fully integrated, to power a FinTech DApp resulting in over 2,400 RLC being distributed over 24 hours.

    An official iExec event taking place after Devcon4 featuring guest speakers, workshops and festivities.

    iExec presents their SGX enclave solution alongside Intel at the EEA face-to-face meeting for defining standards that will be implemented by companies with Ethereum-based platforms.

  • Q4 2018

    iExec will present a proof-of-concept using Intel SGX enclaves with their PoCo consensus algorithm at the Devcon4 conference.

  • Q2 2019
    iExec 3.0 — Hybrid Public/Private Infrastructure
    The V3 includes key features for the enterprises to widely adopt the iExec market network by providing them with full control over the public/private employment of their resources.
  • Q3 2019

    iExec V3.2 Release

    Bag-of-Tasks integration and an Ethereum Enterprise Alliance Worker Pool

  • Q4 2019

    iExec 4.0 — High Performance Computing

    GPU integration, sidechain implementation (more efficient, zero transactions fees) as well as other UX and UI improvements for enterprise and mainstream adoption

  • Q1 2020
    V4.1 Release
  • Q4 2020

    iExec 5.0 — Beyond the Decentralized Cloud

    The goal of this version is to allow new usages of iExec beyond the Decentralized Cloud. This will open a new market network with applications specifically deployed to take advantage of IoT, Fog/Edge Computing, and Smart City technologies. Applications will be fully autonomous and able to provision resources, data, and applications directly from the blockchain in a fully decentralized way. Many other implementations such as decentralized governance and an energy positive worker will be included in this release.

 Select Source
Source
Rating
Coinlauncher 404
2.5 / 5
FindICO 404
3.8 / 5
3.2 / 5
3.1 / 5
TrackICO 404
5 / 5
Average
3.6 / 5
Ratings aggregated in date 06 April 2020
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