A virtual currency that uses the principle of BlockChain,
peer-to-peer technology, without transaction fees and without
central authority. His name and logo were inspired by The
Shiba Inu, a Japanese dog, which has been popularized as
Super Representative Dogecoin. His birth was originally
desired to make fun of the success of the most famous of
virtual currencies, Bitcoin, finally its creator separates
and sells all his little ones, while the world thinks that the Doge and
its little corners will not pass the winter and are already considered
as dead, they already proclaimed his passing, but it's without
predict that a generous community would take care of the
Doge and its corners, in the desire to undertake together
good things, five years later, Here we are in May 2018 ...
Ðoge ... A Shiba Inu, Always Decentralized, open source,
Faster, More Stable, More secure and the best
community, the most generous, acts not words ...
aided and sponsored the Jamaican bobsleigh team and Indian athlete Shiva Keshavan during the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, as well as NASCAR racer Josh Wise, who saw his car take on the colors of Shiba Inu and gain notoriety thanks to the massive vote of the community. Other, smaller but equally important actions include helping homeless people before the winter and offering dogs to children in difficulty. While the Dogecoin's mining was becoming increasingly difficult to because of the popularity of the ASICs and the merging of the work effort with the Litecoin network (AuxPoW), many of the Dogecoin miners started putting their graphics cards off. But this dormant computing power could be put to best use ...
The Shiba Inù quickly conquered and a great community was built around. First known for their welcome and the help they bring to anyone who made their first steps into the world of crypto, the shibes (shibés in French), as they were called, proved to be strongly focused on charity . In just two years of existence, the Dogecoin has made more than 22 fundraisers for as many different charities. In March 2014, the Dogecoin Foundation set out to build a well on the Tana River in Kenya, with the cooperation of Charity: Water. The community raised $ 30,000 in dogecoin (40 million DOGE) before the water day (March 22). The companion gathered 4,000 donors, including a benefactor who contributed $ 11,000 ...
.. A distributed computing that uses the power of more than 200,000 computers around the world to generate 135,000 TeraFLOPS. All this strength is dedicated to scientific research that tries to find cures for diseases such as cancer, Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease and Huntington's disease ... Folders put their computers (CPU and GPU ) at the disposal of the network, which allocates them - when they are not used - work units. These units usually constitute biochemical interactions between proteins and other molecular dynamics to be simulated. Once the task is completed, the computer sends the result to the original scientific project. Some simulations can take more than a week on a last generation graphics card, it's to see how much the researchers need power In order to thank them for their services by offering them a symbolic amount in Dogecoin. To thank those who are concentrating their efforts on helping science, the team is continually raising money and redistributing a portion of it each week, depending on how much each person contributes to this week's work.
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