A decentralised network called Render (RNDR) offers high-performance computing resources for graphically demanding operations like 3D rendering. The network runs on the Ethereum blockchain, and smart contracts are used to speed up transactions and pay out rewards to users.
The founder of the well-known 3D programme LightWave 3D and veteran of the computer graphics industry Jules Urbach established Render in 2018. The production of sophisticated images and animations, which necessitates a lot of processing power and specialised hardware, presents a number of issues that the platform was created to overcome.
Render intends to democratise access to high-performance computing resources by enabling consumers to take advantage of distributed computing's capability without investing in costly gear or infrastructure. The network makes it possible for users to create high-quality graphics and animations more quickly and affordably than using conventional techniques.
Due to the platform's excellent scalability, users can quickly scale up or down in response to their demands. The platform also supports a broad variety of rendering engines, making most 3D applications compatible with it.
The proof-of-use consensus technique used by Render's network means that users are compensated for contributing processing power to the network. Users are encouraged to contribute their processing power to the network, which increases the network's reliability and availability.
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