About Cartesi Blockchain due it’s decentralized nature can’t support high load computations – at a scale, it becomes slow, restrictive and cost-ineffective. Cartesi is a computational level protocol that performs off-chain computations while allowing for the consensus to be reached on-chain, therefore not compromising security or trustworthiness of the technology. Linux operated RISC-V processors are used to bring developers a whole new toolset for the creation of decentralized applications that will be compatible with a variety of existing blockchains.
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Tough competition and lots of projects combining cloud computing and blockchain. he closest competitor is Ankr, but Cartesi offers dApps building. Other competitors are Solana, DeepCloud AI, HyperNet, Uranus, Covalent, Hadron, Perlin, Oasis Labs, Dfinity, Amino. The team sees use cases in Science, Logistics, Finance. Computer Science, Healthcare, Gaming.
Currently, no prototype available still, but the team claim it will be available at the end of 2018. Testnet is projected to be launched in Q1 2019 with mainnet in Q2.
Before its official launch, Cartesi will have its own token (ERG) and a working prototype implementation of Phase 1 where ERG is likely to have a utility. The Cartesi mine will be the way of distributing ERG’s to people who want to get involved in the community and earn money by lending out idle computing power. Also, token will be used in dApps on Cartesi protocol. Users do not have much motivation to hold tokens for a long-term period.
Project team has a lack of legal and marketing specialists.
Use Case: Real World Computations Blockchain
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