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    $43,038,051
  • 24h Vol (Global)
    ฿63 ($553,063)
  • Circulating Supply
    80,070,793
  • Issue Date
    2017-04-19
  • Issue Price
    $0.250000
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86,999,784Ethashhttps://github.com/iExecBlockchttp://iex.ec/TOKEN

iExec has developed the first decentralized marketplace for cloud computing resources. Blockchain is used to organize a market network where everyone can monetize their computing power, applications, and datasets. By providing on-demand access to cloud computing resources, iExec supports the most compute-intensive applications in fields such as AI, big data, healthcare, rendering or fin-tech. The iExec network is made up of computing resource providers. Computing power providers are called ‘iExec Workers’. As a worker, you can connect your machine and be rewarded in RLC tokens for your contributing resources to the network. Application providers can monetize their applications and algorithms. Data providers who own valuable datasets can make them available for use by applications through iExec. The iExec consensus protocol ‘PoCo’ (Proof of Contribution) provides consensus over off-chain computing and can also be used to integrate decentralized oracles with iExec. Trusted off-chain compute is the strength of iExec, who are the head of the ‘Trusted Compute Working’ group within the Ethereum Enterprise Alliance. Partnered with Intel and released, along with various other collaborative work, the first complete trusted compute solution for blockchain (TEE using Intel SGX). Other iExec collaborators include Alibaba Cloud, IBM, Genesis Cloud, EDF electrical utility company, EEA, Ubisoft and has been awarded by the public investment bank ‘BPI France. iExec were the main contributors to the Trusted Compute Framework (Hyperledger Avalon) alongside Microsoft, Intel, ConsenSys, Envision, PegaSys and Kaleido. iExec is working with numerous other organizations and consortiums to providing scalable, secure and easy access to the services, datasets and computing resources they need.

Teams
    Jean-Charles Cabelguen PhD

    Jean-Charles Cabelguen PhD

    CMO, Chief Innovation & Adoption

    Jean-Charles has a PhD in Science from ENSAM ParisTech and 12 years of experience working on international business development interacting with big players like EDF, Areva, Cegelec. His background is in research, M&A and startup development. As a digital entrepreneur, he also worked on go-to-market strategies and marketing campaigns with more than 80 companies. His track record involves both transforming business models for startups, and finding the right strategy for a major group to be deployed in Asia. New and futuristic technologies that represent paradigm shifts bringing major benefits to human society is, above all, what empassions him. Jean-Charles, blockchain is more than a technology, it is a strategy to build open-sourced societies. He is used to travel all over the world to give keynotes to schools, institutions and at blockchain events, and will leverage these skills to create traction and drive adoption for the iExec platform.

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    Oleg Lodygensky PhD

    Oleg Lodygensky PhD

    CTO

    Research-engineer, main developer of XtremWeb-HEP. Dr. Oleg Lodygensky is a CNRS senior research engineer at LAL/CNRS, located at Paris XI, France. Oleg is the main developer of XtremWeb-HEP, the open-source software for Desktop Grid computing used in production at the Institute for Nuclear and Particle Physics. He introduced many concepts and technical innovations to XtremWeb-HEP, including virtualization, bridging with Grid infrastructure, volunteer cloud, data-driven Desktop Grid, security in trusted/untrusted environments, and user/application/data rights management. Oleg Lodygensky has been graduated PhD from the University of Paris XI.

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    Haiwu He

    Haiwu He

    Co-founder / Head of Asian-Pacific Region.

    Head of Asian-Pacific Region. Pr. Haiwu He was a 100 Talent Professor at the CNIC (Computer Network Information Center), Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing. He is a Chunhui Scholar of the Ministry of Education of China since 2013. Prof. Haiwu He received his M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in computing from the University of Sciences and Technologies of Lille, France, respectively in 2002 and 2005. He was a postdoctoral researcher at the INRIA in Saclay, France, in 2007. He was a research engineer expert at INRIA Rhone-Alpes in Lyon, France from 2008 to 2014. He has published about 30 refereed journal and conference papers. His research interest covers peer-to-peer distributed systems, cloud computing, and big data

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    Gilles Fedak

    Gilles Fedak

    CEO, Co-founder

    Entrepreneur and researcher in parallel and distributed systems. Dr. habil. Gilles Fedak was a INRIA research scientist since 2004 at the ENS in France. After receiving his Ph.D degree from the University of Paris in 2003, and postdoctoral fellowship at the University of California in 2003-2004. His research has been in Parallel and Distributed Computing, with an emphasis on the problematic of using large and distributed computing infrastructures to support highly demanding computational and data-intensive science. Gilles produced pioneering software and algorithms in the field of Grid and Cloud Computing that allow people to easily harness large parallel systems consisting of thousands of machines distributed on the Internet. He co-authored around 80 peer-reviewed scientific papers and won two Best Paper awards. In 2012, G. Fedak co-edited with C. Cérin the Desktop Grid Computing Book, (CRC publication), and in 2015, he received the Chinese Academy of Sciences PIFI Award.

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ICO
ICO Date
ICO Raised Date2017-04-11
ICO end date2017-04-10
ICO Supply Amount
ICO Token/Coin Supply87000000 RLC
Hardcap12000000 USDT
Softcap2400000 USDT
Supply Change
Total Supply Change Before ICO87000000 RLC
Total Supply Change After ICO87000000 RLC
ICO Amount
ICO price0.0002 BTC
Actual Fundraising10000 BTC
AcceptingBTC or ETH
Introduction

iExec has developed the first decentralized marketplace for cloud computing resources. Blockchain is used to organize a market network where everyone can monetize their computing power, applications, and datasets. By providing on-demand access to cloud computing resources, iExec supports the most compute-intensive applications in fields such as AI, big data, healthcare, rendering or fin-tech. The iExec network is made up of computing resource providers. Computing power providers are called ‘iExec Workers’. As a worker, you can connect your machine and be rewarded in RLC tokens for your contributing resources to the network. Application providers can monetize their applications and algorithms. Data providers who own valuable datasets can make them available for use by applications through iExec. The iExec consensus protocol ‘PoCo’ (Proof of Contribution) provides consensus over off-chain computing and can also be used to integrate decentralized oracles with iExec. Trusted off-chain compute is the strength of iExec, who are the head of the ‘Trusted Compute Working’ group within the Ethereum Enterprise Alliance. Partnered with Intel and released, along with various other collaborative work, the first complete trusted compute solution for blockchain (TEE using Intel SGX). Other iExec collaborators include Alibaba Cloud, IBM, Genesis Cloud, EDF electrical utility company, EEA, Ubisoft and has been awarded by the public investment bank ‘BPI France. iExec were the main contributors to the Trusted Compute Framework (Hyperledger Avalon) alongside Microsoft, Intel, ConsenSys, Envision, PegaSys and Kaleido. iExec is working with numerous other organizations and consortiums to providing scalable, secure and easy access to the services, datasets and computing resources they need.

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Bitcoin and Altcoins Surging, Rally Might Continue
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Bitcoin and Altcoins Turn South But Key Supports Intact
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Bitcoin and Altcoins Recovery Still Might Fail In Near Term
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Bitcoin and Altcoins Struggle To Surpass Key Hurdles
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iExec Project Update November 19: Pre-V4 News Review
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Bitcoin and Altcoins Lack Important Signs For Reversal
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Bitcoin and Altcoins Gaining Bearish Momentum
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Bitcoin and Altcoins Likely to Continue Bleeding
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Bitcoin and Altcoins Downside Thrust Underway
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Bitcoin and Altcoins Trading With Bearish Bias
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Asia Events & Media Coverage ahead of the iExec V4 Release in December
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Bitcoin Rising Steadily, Altcoins Gaining Bullish Momentum
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Coin Race: Top Winners/Losers of October, Bitcoin Price Back in Green
2019-11-01
Bitcoin and Altcoins Remain Supported On Dips
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Bitcoin and Altcoins In Corrective Decrease, Key Supports Nearby
2019-10-30
Bitcoin and Altcoins Remain In Strong Uptrend
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Bitcoin and Altcoins In Corrective Increase With Downtrend Intact
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iExec V3.1 — iExec TEE Solution Upgraded Features & Worker Update
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