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Data Center Services  and used equipment sales

 
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Cloud Computing

Network Consulting Services
Decentralized Computing
Price/Power Demand Scripting

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Network Setup & Security

Certified Network Technicians
Hosting Solutions
24 hr & 4hr SLA

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Liquidation Service

Hosting EoL hardware

Used GPUs from AMD and Nvidia
Field Techs for setup/takedown
(Western USA Mining Ops)
E-Waste Responsible Recycling

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COVID19
Coronavirus – What we’re doing and how you can help
Proteins are molecular machines that perform many functions we associate with life. They sense the environment (e.g. in taste and smell), perform work (e.g. muscle contraction and breaking down food), and play structural roles (e.g. your hair). They are made of a linear chain of chemicals called amino acids that, in many cases, spontaneously “fold” into compact, functional structures. Much like any other machine, it’s how a protein’s components are arranged and move that determine the protein’s function. In this case, the components are atoms.
Viruses also have proteins that they use to suppress our immune systems and reproduce themselves.
To help tackle coronavirus, we want to understand how these viral proteins work and how we can design therapeutics to stop them.
There are many experimental methods for determining protein structures. While extremely powerful, they only reveal a single snapshot of a protein’s usual shape. But proteins have lots of moving parts, so we really want to see the protein in action. The structures we can’t see experimentally may be the key to discovering a new therapeutic.
Using football as an analogy for the experimental situation, it’s as if you could only see the players lined up for the snap (the single arrangement the players spend the most time in) and were blind to the rest of the game.

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Decentralized Apps

Like other blockchains, Ethereum has a native cryptocurrency called Ether (ETH). ETH is digital money. If you’ve heard of Bitcoin, ETH has many of the same features. It is purely digital, and can be sent to anyone anywhere in the world instantly. The supply of ETH isn’t controlled by any government or company - it is decentralized, and it is scarce. People all over the world use ETH to make payments, as a store of value, or as collateral.

But unlike other blockchains, Ethereum can do much more. Ethereum is programmable, which means that developers can use it to build new kinds of applications.

These decentralized applications (or “dapps”) gain the benefits of cryptocurrency and blockchain technology. They can be trustworthy, meaning that once they are “uploaded” to Ethereum, they will always run as programmed. They can control digital assets in order to create new kinds of financial applications. They can be decentralized, meaning that no single entity or person controls them.

Right now, thousands of developers all over the world are building applications on Ethereum, and inventing new kinds of applications, many of which you can use today:

  • Cryptocurrency wallets that let you make cheap, instant payments with ETH or other assets

  • Financial applications that let you borrow, lend, or invest your digital assets

  • Decentralized markets, that let you trade digital assets, or even trade “predictions” about events in the real world

  • Games where you own in-game assets, and can even make real money

  • And much, much more.

 

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