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Distributed Compute Protocol Business Group Launched

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Date: Mon, 22 Jan 2018 17:44:57 +0000
To: "Greg Agnew" <gagnew@sparc.network>,"Roop Singh" <roopsingh@intuitfactory.com>,"Matthew Palma" <mpalma@sparc.network>,"Paolo Mortari" <paolobacci@gmail.com>,"Kay Erb" <iamkcerb@gmail.com>,"Timothy Baker" <tim@bathcabinet.us>,"Douglas Stewart" <dstewart@sparc.network>,"John Davidson" <jd@bathcabinet.us>,"Conrad Bielicki" <cbielicki@sparc.network>,"Yuri Shkuro" <w3c@ysh.us>,"chimera 2911" <chimera2911@gmail.com>,"Francis Babalola" <fobabs2win@rocketmail.com>,
Cc: public-council@w3.org
Message-Id: <E1edg9R-0003XH-Io@asterion.w3.org>
With your support, the Distributed Compute Protocol Business Group has been launched:

This group was originally proposed on 2017-12-01
by Greg Agnew. The following people supported its
      Greg Agnew
      Roop Singh
      Matthew Palma
      Paolo Mortari
      Kay Erb
      Timothy Baker
      Douglas Stewart
      John Davidson
      Conrad Bielicki
      Yuri Shkuro
      chimera 2911
      Francis Babalola

To join the group, please use:

Please note that supporting a group is different from joining
a group. Supporters must also enroll if they wish to participate.

This working group is for the discussion and design of the specification
of a protocol for standardized distributed ECMAScript and WebGL

Distributed Compute Protocol (DCP) will become the standard for
distributed computing by seamlessly integrating with the internet
protocol suite. DCP will be introduced on top of HTTPs/TCP/IP to
transmit JSON package files for execution, transforming computational
power into a public utility. The Compute Resource Allocation algorithm
(CRAa) matches demand for suppliers by efficiently comparing a variety
of requirements. DCP is a foundational building block for web 3.0 and is
an enabler of technology including, but not limited to, allowing other
distributed applications and blockchains to move to the world wide web.


Thank you,

W3C Community Development Team
Received on Monday, 22 January 2018 17:45:30 UTC

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