Cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, and others are famous around the world. However, there are other interesting cryptocurrencies as well. For example, a CPUcoin. Moreover, it is possible to earn CPUcoins and at the same time to help learn more about the coronavirus pandemic.
Interestingly, decentralized Infrastructure-as-a-Service company CPUcoin announced a joint program with Berkeley Infrastructure for Network Computing (BOINC). Importantly, the initiative will devout unused computing power to research regarding the coronavirus.
Moreover, it is not hard to earn cryptocurrencies. Most people will find it easy as they have to simply follow the instructions. They need to download and install CPUcoin’s CGN Miner platform, and BOINC open-source software. This way they will support the IBM World Community Grid and Rosetta@home projects with their unused computing power. In return, they will receive cryptocurrencies, more precisely CPUcoin.
As a reminder, Rosetta@home focuses on researching proteins that compromise the novel coronavirus. Moreover, the purpose of this research is to produce therapeutics and diagnostics.
Let’s have a look at the IBM World Community Grid that works on predicting the effectiveness of particular chemical compounds. This helps to determine possible treatments for coronavirus.
Cryptocurrencies and CPUcoin
It is worth mentioning that, as soon as the CGN Miner platform detects when someone supports COVID-19 BOINC projects, the user will receive CPUcoins. Importantly, CPUcoin is a utility token that can be traded for other cryptocurrencies. It is possible to trade a CPUcoin for Tether, Bitcoin, and Ether on ProBit Exchange.
Moreover, people should remember that CPUcoin does not own any computing infrastructure. Network participants own the infrastructure also known as CGN miners.
Users will receive CPUcoin’s native cryptocurrency CPU in return for their computer time. Last but not least, thanks to CPU and BOINC it is possible to earn cryptocurrencies. People should play more active in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic. This initiative will make it easier to reach this goal.