IBM이 iExec의 마켓플레이스에 들어왔습니다
Haiwu He and Gilles Fedak announce iExec at the Blockchain Show in Beijing.
The project is presented in Shanghai to the Ethereum community at the Devcon2.
iExec is founded as a French company.
iExec is accepted into the Tsinghua University SEM X-elerator, one of the most famous startup accelerators in China.
iExec participates to SC’16, the International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis
The iExec Whitepaper is released. The document presents the technological foundations of the project, its roadmap and details about the RLC token crowdsale.
Vanity Gen is the first application to run on the iExec PoC. It requires a lot of computing power to get the first character of a personalized Bitcoin address.
iExec raises 2,762 BTC and 17,388 ETH in less than 3 hours, which represents the equivalent of 12 million USD. It was the 5th largest ICO at the time.
The Bittrex exchange platform opens an RLC/BTC market.
Stockfish, a famous open-source chess engine is the second application deployed on the iExec PoC.
iExec joins the Ethereum Enterprise Alliance to augment Ethereum in terms of on privacy, confidentiality, scalability, and security.
The release of the iExec V1 (aka “The Wanderer”) is announced during Devcon3 in Cancún, Mexico.
The iExec Explorer allows anyone to see all the transactions and application registrations within the iExec network.
The DApp Challenge is announced to boost the development of decentralized apps, with a prize pool of $150,000.
iExec opens a new office in Hong Kong.
The DApp Store lists all the applications built on top of iExec.
The team deploys the iExec Smart Contracts on the Ethereum Mainnet for the first time.
iExec joins the OpenFog Consortium to accelerate the deployment of fog computing technologies.
Binance, one of the most popular exchange platforms, lists RLC.
Stimergy becomes the first-ever cloud computing provider to join the iExec marketplace.
iExec’s new partner, Cloud&Heat, issues the first invoice ever to be paid in RLC.
Developers can dockerize their apps and run them on the iExec cloud.
Blender, a CGI rendering app, is deployed on top of iExec and becomes the first use case of 3D rendering on iExec.
15 new decentralized apps receive $150,000 of funding to integrate the iExec DApp Store.
The V2 will include the full marketplace platform network, with the PoCo algorithm enabling the first decentralized cloud.
The v3 includes key features for the enterprises to widely adopt the iExec market network by providing them with full control over the private/ public employment of their resources.
This version allows miners to join the iExec market network providing true supercomputing capabilities.
The goal of this version is to allow new usage of iExec beyond the decentralized Cloud: FoG/Edge computing, ambiant AI, IoT+ Big Data, smart cities, VR, and more.