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URANUS – THE PRIMORDIAL GOD OF THE SKY

Uranus like a Uber and Airbnb platform in the computing power resources provides a computing power resource platform of the players, for the players and by the players beyond conventional public clouds.To address the current pain points of public cloud, such as unfit for distributed computing, vulnerability to theft of data assets, high tariff, lack of flexibitity and difficult migration, Uranus seamlessly links and integrates redundant computing power in the world through establishment of an expandable public blockchain and an distributed container technology, and provides efficient, costeffective and decentralized computing service for users.

Mission

Empower redundant computing power in the world with blockchains to provide ubiquitous and shared computing service beyond public clouds (Amazon, Microsoft and AliCloud), thus reconstructing the landscape of the IT computing power market. Use containers to consolidate various applications based on distributed computing to build an ecosphere based on public blockchain. As Mark Waiser, a proposer of ubiquitous computing, says: Technology should create calm, that which informs but doesn’t demand their focus or attention.

From a good idea to implementation, it generally requires technological progress and commercial interests to drive. For example, the Internet of Things (IoT) is the most typical implementation of ubiquitous computing. The Uranus project has a close relationship with ubiquitous computing. It should be noted that Ubiquitous Computing and Ubiquitous Computers have a slight differences in terms, but their commercial goals to be achieved are not the same. What Ubiquitous Computing wants to achieve is computing everywhere, and what Ubiquitous Computers needs to do is to free up existing redundant computing power. Their common point is what Mark Waiser said when designing Calm Technology: that which informs but doesn’t demand their focus or attention. The commercial interests that drive the sharing of ubiquitously existing computing power are huge redundant computing power in the world. The technological progress that drives the sharing of ubiquitously existing computing power is from blockchain, cloud native and microservice. Thanks to technological progress in blockchain, cloud native and microservice, it makes the sharing of redundant ubiquitously existing computing power possible.

Uranus Chain Technology

Blockchain is a technical system that stores data in a block structure, is maintained by multiple parties, uses cryptographic technology to ensure data transmission and access and realizes data storage. Its decentralizing, trust-free and tamper-proof features make it a first choice for digital asset Ledger in the early days. Today, the basic chain has evolved to meet the high-throughput, high-performance demands at a commercial level while guaranteeing decentralization and trust intermediary. At the same time, vertical industry innovations based on the basic chain have mushroomed and the industry has entered an unprecedented period of rapid development.

System Architecture

The Uranus system is a technical platform for the sharing of ubiquitously existing computing power based on blockchain technology and the increasingly popular cloud native and microservice. It builds a decentralized IaaS&PaaS lightweight operating platform, and provides a broader and more cost-effective resource trading market for all resource demanders and sharers. This will gradually reshape the current entire cloud computing world, and promote the rapid development of the next-generation distributed edge computing and fog computing, where the Blockchain technology is a cornerstone for the construction of value mutual trust and value delivery networks.

TOKEN SALE

  • Ticker: URAC
  • Token type: ERC20
  • Fundraising Goal: 16,500,000 USD (35,000 ETH)
  • Total Tokens: 3,500,000,000
  • Available for Token Sale: 35%

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