March 2021, iExec x Binance LIVE Q&

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March 2021, iExec x Binance LIVE Q&A

On Thursday 18 March 2021, iExec was hosted by Binance for a live question and answer session in the official Binance Telegram group. the following questions and answers are pasted from the Binance Telegram group.

On Thursday 18 March 2021, iExec was hosted by Binance for a live question and answer session in the official Binance Telegram group. the following questions and answers are pasted from the Binance Telegram group.

Binance: Could you please introduce yourself as well as share a quick overview of iExec?

Gilles, iExec:

Hi everyone! I’m Gilles Fedak, my background is in computer science, where I developed various software infrastructures and algorithms allowing people to easily contribute to large Distributed Cloud systems consisting of thousands of machines connected across the Internet.
After discovering Ethereum early on, the idea of being able to use blockchain to incentivize contributors to this distributed cloud was something I found truly game-changing!
iExec was created in October 2016 by two PhD computer scientists, Dr. Gilles Fedak and Dr. Haiwu HE.
iExec is the protocol for trading everything digital. Cloud computing resources such as computing power, applications and datasets can be monetized through iExec. Anyone can join the network and start earning RLC tokens by monetizing their digital resources, with the option to list them as NFT assets.
iExec’s decentralized network is powering the DeFi and applications in many other domains from AI, to big-data, to health-tech.

Q1: What are you most excited about for the blockchain industry this year?

We are happy to have seen an increased interest in blockchain recently, but not surprised. Even long after the crypto craze of 2017, we’ve observed the blockchain ecosystem consistently improve, year after year. Smart contracts are becoming smarter and now with the emergence of new industries such as DeFi, the network that ...

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