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All right, what’s up guys? This is Tai Zen. I’m broadcasting from New York City right now. We have a huge pan of guests here, very special guests. We’re not talking about like the special guys that ride the half yellow bus, okay?
We’re talking about things like the big bucks. You just smart guys here we have tonight guys. So, we’re broadcasting here this first blockchain meetup we have in New York City. We’re really happy about it.
We’ve got a live audience here behind this, so when you keep it private and confidential whatever like the camera on everybody as they do it over and stuff. Alright. So, tonight guys what we’re gonna do are, first of all let me introduce everybody and they’ll tell you guys what’s on the schedule here, okay?
You guys already know David Fong, right? Hey guys. He helps us run the channel and he’s the one that builds all the software tools and all the products and everything that’s on our channel. Then next to David here, we got Marcel like one of the guys from the founders of Gladius. Right next to him, we got Max, also one of the founders of the Gladius project. And then we’ve got Alex, also whether the third co-founder the Gladius project, right?
Before you into the Gladius project guys, what we want to do is talk about the distributed or decentralized computing bucket tonight, right? So, there’s like over 1300 Cryptocurrencies out there on the market and either smoke coming out every day. On our channel, we’d like to take those Cryptocurrencies and what we do is we group them and categorize them into Buckets.
Now, the reason why we call them Buckets is that when Leon and I used to talk about Cryptocurrencies a few years ago, when he’d tell me about a new Cryptocurrency, I would always ask him like: “Hey, what Bucket does that fall in?”. Then he would always tell me and that’s how we came up with the term Bucket.
I think on Wall Street down the street, they call it sectors or industries, you know, on main she was just compromised. So, the decentralized computing Bucket includes crypto such as Filecoin, such as Maine state, such as storage coin. These are all the Cryptocurrencies and what they do is they focus on renting out your parts of your computer that you’re not using at home.
So like your hard drive, your processor, your Internet bandwidth. Yeah, all those things right there and so like Filecoin, main same Storage coin, and Siacoin, what they do is they rent out the hard disk space that you’re not using on your computer. Now, the Golem they rent out, Golem does is it rents out the CPU the processor that’s on your computer. Then you would get me rewarded in the golden some 20s projects.
You rent out your unused computer space, you get rewarded with the tokens from that project. Tonight, we have the privilege and the honor of having the language team here in New York and they’re going to share their project about the Gladius project that they’ve been working on. What it does is it went out the hard drive space and the Internet when you’re not using on your computer.
I’d like them to talk more about it because computer science students that are building it. They can explain it rather than I can, right? Because we’re trainers, we’re not the wheel. You guys already know and you guys can follow my channel.
You know I’m not the most real Asians that know math and science, okay? It’s not a trade. I got around some good trainers that taught me, so I didn’t figure that stuff out on my own either. So let’s get started here first guys, right?