DeepSquare the leading decentralised high performance computing ecosystem has announced the whitelisting of validators for its network.
The swiss based company has been developing its own Avalanche subnet since September 2022, developing the first version of its compute protocol to enable customers to request compute jobs on its network. Customers can now request compute jobs on a distributed compute grid, requiring as little as a metamask wallet connected to a subnet for the payout of credits for computing. Leveraging Avalanche Subnet Technology, DeepSquare enables developers to build SaaS, interacting with the DeepSquare PaaS to develop intensive compute cloud services in a decentralized way.
Today, DeepSquare is starting the onboarding of validators into its network to secure the blockchain. There are eleven slots to start with, priority will be given to strategic partners and validators starting to validate on the testnet. You can sign up to become a validator here. For more information about DeepSquare, make sure to check out its website and our interview with the DeepSquare founding team.
The DeepSquare project is building an interoperability layer, enabling individuals, companies, and organizations worldwide to both provide and or get high-performance computing power in a decentralized and sustainable way.
Backed by a community of passionate supporters now also including venture capital firms such as Outlier Ventures, Primal Capital, and White Loop Capital, DeepSquare is the leading community-led cloud-based HPC platform.