Blockchains were initially designed to keep the history and balance of multiple accounts validated and approved by destributing the information between multiple units. With the distribution of the currency, each “maintainer” has a chance of earning currency by finding a “block” which is found by guessing the hash of the block. This function operation which is usually cryptocurrency specific is pretty costly in terms of computational power.
Our team goal is to modify the computational operation that will keep the blockchain up and running, solving real world computational problems at the same time.
The computational power can be applied by individuals or organizations that need it creating main group of stakeholders.