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GAIMIN releases global networking scheme with "supercomputer" performance

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Fri, Nov 26, 2021

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GAIMIN, a UK-Swiss blockchain and gaming company, recently released a PC-based platform to create a global processing network. It claims that the network will provide decentralized data processing with "supercomputer" level performance. GAMIN also announced the English football legend, Nicky Butt, as the company's ambassador.

GAIMIN's platform uses the "idle" processing capabilities of gaming PCs to create a virtual resource of interconnection, networking, and data processing. GAIMIN currently uses this processing power network to "drive blockchain computing", commonly referred to as mining. By using AI, the platform selects the most profitable blockchain to provide power and returns 90% of the rewards to users.

In the future, the GAIMIN data processing network will target more complex tasks, such as video rendering and future vaccine sequencing. This, they hope, would enable companies to run high-demand data processing tasks without major infrastructure changes.

GAIMIN compensates players with its cryptocurrency token GMRX. These tokens can be withdrawn on the GAIMIN market or used to purchase NFTs, game assets, accessories, and commodities.

Source: Bitcoin.com

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