Boosteroid cloud computer demo will be available from Monday, November 27th. The test session will have a duration of 5 minutes, reports the company on its official blog.
"The service will have limited functionality so that we can fix all technical aspects and receive feedback. Users will have an opportunity to play games or pre-installed apps even on the device with very low processing power," the statement said.
According to project CEO Ivan Shvaichenko, computing cloud test mode will help receive feedback and fix all technical problems.
“We will increase the number of available virtual machines and we will also launch a test version of payments with BTR, digital currency, EUR and USD after the ICO,” told Boosteroid CEO.
The team plans that the service will start operating at full capacity in May, 2018.
Moreover, the team learnt AI-models to turn photos into pictures made in style of famous artists. The experiment was made using Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure and Boosteroid computing power.
"Our budget was 1 BTR. As the result we were able to carry out machine learning for approximately 6.30 minutes using AWS & Microsoft Azure computing power and 10 minutes using Google Cloud. Boosteroid computing power allowed us to do it way longer - for an hour," mentioned Ivan Shvaichenko.
It is also reported that the project now has a big investor from Middle East who is ready to support Boosteroid with 2.5 million EUR even before the second ICO stage.
Initial coin offering, opened to general public starts on November 27th and will continue until December 11th, 2017. There are 300 000 000 BTR available for sale. It is possible to pay with ETH, BTC, LTC и BCH. The initial price of 1 BTR is $1,08.
The attracted investments will be used to purchase equipment and start computing facilities. The company mentioned that a part of their computational nodes had already been launched in Kharkov (Ukraine). After the ICO computing facilities will be expanded and located in Georgia free industrial zones. The team also plans to locate computing facilities in Iceland.
Find out more about the project here - https://boosteroid.com/.
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