The Next Blockchain Platform from Switzerland’s Crypto Valley Optimizes Your Gaming PC for Mining Crypto
Switzerland’s innovative Crypto Valley, or ‘the Zug’, has revealed its latest contribution to the blockchain sector: Gaimin, an innovative solution to the cryptocurrency mining supply and demand ecosystem.
Gaiman’s goal is to be the number one decentralized cryptocurrency mining network, all powered by consumer-level gaming computers. An official release reads:
Gaimin is an advanced AI powered platform which connects gaming computers to blockchain mining. Just like “Uber” is a platform that connects cars and their drivers (supply) with people seeking a ride (demand) in a very efficient manner, Gaimin connects the GPU and CPU resources from the user’s gaming PC (supply) to blockchain mining pools (demand) in the most efficient manner possible, to mine cryptos.”
The proposed client is to be full of interesting features for those with powerful rigs but are somewhat disenfranchised by the growing industrialization of cryptocurrency mining.
Gaiman’s proprietary AI will determine, in real-time, the most lucrative blockchains to mine to and automatically configure itself to mine that blockchain efficiently. It will also take a hardware analysis of one’s computer into account.
Further playing to their gamer demographic, the client will also display just how much mining time is required to be able to purchase items such as skins or games. Gaiman will also reward increased hash power to those who recruit users to the mining pool through a referral program. All profits will be paid out in either Bitcoin or Ethereum.
The Zug is home to the Crypto Valley Association, an independent but government-supported group utilizing Switzerland’s agreeable economic nature to ‘build the world’s leading blockchain and cryptographic technologies ecosystem’. The Zug known for its very low taxes, welcoming stance on FinTech developers and it’s long-term adoption of Bitcoin, widely accepted across the entire canton, which has a population of just over 120,000.
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