When it comes to blockchain, one concept that has to be mentioned is "computing power". This article uses BOINC (Berkeley Open Network Computing Platform) as an example to explain the significance of blockchain to the computing power industry.
The author believes that the BOINC transformation plan is a tokenization of the original voluntary contribution on the basis of computing power. At the technical level, BOINC's computing power distribution and scheduling are optimized. There are hard-core knowledge points in the article, and the form of case introduction makes this content easier to understand.
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