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Synopsis

The elephant-in-the-room problem with crypto is that lots of decentralized protocols aren't actually decentralized — they often depend on computing with centralized tech giants like Amazon, Google, IBM and Oracle.

All your favorite node operators that host on cloud providers, or use software from SaaS companies, could potentially be targeted and cut out of the market. This puts the core character of our industry in dire circumstances: indirect centralization.

How do we re-arrange the value stack to provide true and complete decentralization from top to bottom?

NuNet is a framework that will provide globally distributed computing power and storage for decentralized networks. With the power of IoT, edge computing, and mobile devices, there is a lot of compute power and data left on the fringes of networks.

Harnessing this compute power is not available for the centralized consortiums that offer compute infrastructure via 'cloud' or traditional servers, so NuNet aims to connect these (as well as data centers and servers) to offer a completely new workflow design.

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