Uranus Meetup Singapore station was successfully held yesterday (September 20th) at Republic Plaza in Singapore.
During the meetup, James Jiang, founder of Uranus gave a speech on the theme of uber or airbnb in the ubiquitous computing market, officially launching the conference.
He claimed, 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.
Then Kevin Wang, chief Marketing of 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. After that, Kevin introduced operation model flowchat and how to be Uranus Token Holder with the case.
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 empower redundant resources in the world.
Establishing an expandable public blockchain and an innovative distributed-container technology that provides efficient, cost-effective and decentralized computing services for all users.
The Uranus system 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 aforementioned participants share resources, from which they can pick out only what they need and still achieve common development.