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22. October 2020: iExec has released a video marking the milestone of the completion of the 2016 roadmap. The video covers recent business developments and outlines how iExec will be moving forward, with the future roadmap being adoption-driven.
When iExec and the concept of off-chain decentralized computing was imagined four years ago, it was impossible to forecast how blockchain technology and ecosystem would evolve over the years. Certain emerging technologies such as trusted computing were almost unknown at the time. iExec was able to innovate in some cases even additionally were not initially outlined in the original whitepaper (such as releasing the first full ‘trusted compute’ solution for blockchain with Intel). The world’s first decentralized marketplace for computing resources was successfully delivered and during this time, iExec has evolved from a start-up idea to a fully-fledged enterprise.
iExec maintains its vision that decentralized Cloud computing is the best way to provide enterprises with secure and affordable computing resources. Having proven to be the leader in decentralized computing as well as confidential computing.
Covering recent iExec developments
- Approval from the French SEC (AMF) for its new Enterprise Marketplace token swap offering. This token allows enterprises to exchange cloud resources in a regulated & compliant environment, facilitating adoption & reinforcing RLC token economics. More information can be found on the dedicated iExec Enterprise Marketplace webpage.
- Partnership with ‘OntoChain: the EU project funding 4.3m euros for blockchain innovators. With OntoChain, iExec will be offering EU-funded grants for projects to build on iExec stack.
- iExec Academy: the new platform that acts as an aggregator for content. From blog posts to Github repos — all things iExec, in one place.
- Adoption roadmap and EPICs process: iExec outlines their plans moving forward, presenting the initial new roadmap as well as ‘EPICs’: projects towards developer ...
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