As revealed in our GUI refresh preview post from some time ago, exciting new progress is being made on Golem’s user interface…
Golem Network Token’s announced an invitation to test the massive improvements they made to the coder GUI, specifically to GOLEM ALPHA represented by their first use case – Blender Rendering.
According to their official website, Blender Rendering is the first very illustrative case of real Golem usage. Through the Blender, CGI rendering could be done cheaper by rendering it through the Golem Network.
It becomes cheaper because the CGI artist do not need to buy top-class rendering machine in order to have a work processed. Instead, the artist (presentor) connects to a provider through the Golem Network and have the CGI rendered using a different computer at a much cheaper cost compared to other cloud-based services.
Similarly, a person who has an idle high-powered rendering machine could accept such tasks from other users – thus making easy profit paid in Golem Network Tokens (GNT).
Check out what Muhammed Tanrikulu – GNT’s lead front end developer – wrote about this alpha testing gig by clicking this link.
For a broader understanding of this Ethereum-based Token, check out the project’s whitepaper.