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COVID-19 research initiative to reward users with crypto

COVID-19 research initiative to reward users with crypto
  • A joint program has been announced by the decentralised infrastructure service company CPUcoin with Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing.
  • This initiative will be used to devote computing power in order to research further information on COVID-19. 

A joint program has recently been announced by the decentralised infrastructure service company CPUcoin with Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing (BOINC).

This initiative will be used to devote computing power in order to research further information on COVID-19. 

CGN miner platform is what will be used to detect when someone supports COVID-19 be oh I NC projects. From here, the user in question will receive CPUcoins, which is a utility token that can be traded for other currencies in the crypto industry such as BTC, ETH, and even USDT on the ProBit platform. The managing director of CPUcoin, Sean Barger recently said the following in an interview:

“CPUcoin does not own any computing infrastructure, instead it is owned by the network participants, also known as ‘CGN Miners.’ Miners are rewarded for their computer time in CPUCoin’s native cryptocurrency, CPU. CPU is used to pay for consumption of decentralized services which are and will be launched by developers, as well as for making payouts to miners of idle computer time.”

It will be interesting to see how this situation plays out. For more news on this and other crypto updates, keep it with CryptoDaily!

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