Project Uranus could empower the redundant computing power of the world by providing ubiquitous and shared-computing services beyond centralized public clouds (i.e. Amazon, Microsoft, Ali) with blockchain technology. Reconstructing the landscape of the global computing-power service market and utilizing containers to integrate various applications on a distributed-computing platform, building a new ecosystem based on a public blockchain.
Kevin Wang, Chief of Marketing for Project Uranus gave a speech about ecosystem development of Uranus. He introduced categories of ecosystem participants, developer’s reward, how to get the computing resource contributors and application developer
It is understood that Uranus is a ubiquitous sharing platform that aims to be the AirBnB and Uber for computing resources, enabling computing-power services beyond the conventional public clouds. By interconnecting countless computing resource contributors and users, the Uranus project empowers redundant resources in the world.
Uranus is a decentralized-computing, power-sharing platform based on blockchain technology and cloud native/microservice. It establishes a new intelligent computing-power resource-delivery system as well as value-exchange system. The core technology of the Uranus system lies in the extension of its public blockchain and the distributed-container technology.
The Uranus project will be a benefit-sharing community and ecosystem formed by hundreds of thousands of computing-power contributors/users, application developers/users, etc. Due to the distributed computing-power architecture of the Uranus platform, it can be used for general-purpose, large-scale, distributed-computing tasks and weather data analysis, and a myriad of applications based on edge computing, such as voting, search, IoT-node management, games and advertising promotions. Functioning as a BaaS (Blockchain as a Service), it also provides one-click deployment and application supermarkets for other nodes on the chain, thereby forming an ecosystem in which the participants share resources.