Blockchain technology has revolutionized the world, offering benefits such as transparency, traceability, immutability, decentralization, and distributed computing. However, with the growing concerns for environmental sustainability, businesses are looking for blockchain alternatives that are eco-friendly and can scale. This is where DeepSquare comes in – the first and only interoperable meta-supercomputer on Avalanche.
DeepSquare is a decentralized cloud computing platform that allows developers to build their next compute-intensive cloud services while end-customers use apps either directly or indirectly. This platform offers a unique opportunity for businesses to reduce their carbon footprint while taking advantage of the benefits of blockchain technology.
DeepSquare acts as a PaaS, providing a decentralized cloud computing platform built on sustainability and open-source principles. Developers can build their next compute-intensive cloud services, offering a seamless and secure experience for their customers. With DeepSquare, businesses can reduce their carbon footprint by taking advantage of the platform’s environmentally friendly approach.
The subnet technology is powerful and offers the freedom to choose the virtual machine to be used, which allowed the team to quickly develop a stable Minimum Viable Product (MVP). DeepSquare is built on an EVM compatible blockchain, allowing developers to write code in solidity and take advantage of the large amount of resources and bulletproof libraries available.
The DeepSquare grid is composed of the application layer, the Meta-Scheduler, and the infrastructure layer. The application layer manages the creation, execution, and termination of computing tasks, which rely on intensive computing tasks such as rendering, cloud gaming, artificial intelligence, and simulation. The life cycle of a compute task is written into a dedicated distributed ledger on an Avalanche subnet, validated by a subset of Avalanche validators. The metadata associated with the job is stored encrypted on third-party storage providers, starting with S3 and then with Storj and Filecoin.
DeepSquare Meta-Scheduler optimizes the routing of computing tasks to the right location based on a set of requirements, such as the number and type of computing units, source of electricity, bandwidth, and type of jobs. Finally, the infrastructure layer is composed of compute clusters supervised by the DeepSquare Cluster Factory.
End-users can interact with the DeepSquare grid in two ways: directly in B2C or indirectly via DeepSquare Library in B2B. This unique approach offers businesses the opportunity to leverage the platform’s capabilities, reducing their carbon footprint while taking advantage of the benefits of blockchain technology.
In conclusion, DeepSquare is the future of cloud computing, offering a sustainable and eco-friendly alternative to traditional blockchain technologies. The platform’s unique approach allows businesses to reduce their carbon footprint while offering a seamless and secure experience for their customers. With DeepSquare, developers can build their next compute-intensive cloud services while end-customers use apps either directly or indirectly. This is a game-changer for businesses looking to take advantage of the benefits of blockchain technology while contributing to a sustainable future.