Uses Cases iExec
The iExec technologies has been used to build several usecases in many industries, you can check above the whole list. Feel free to explore it and ask us if you have any questions.
Marketplace for computing resources
The iExec decentralized marketplace is where offer meets demand for computing power. The marketplace leverages state-of-the-art blockchain technologies, which offer a high level of trust and traceability. Welcome to the new era of decentralized economies.Learn more
We are proud to offer an innovative price feed that combines the high level of security brought in by TEE technology (Trusted Execution Environment), the most complete choice of crypto pairs provided by Kaiko (hundreds of them), and the flexibility of the iExec platform (any kind of logic can be implemented to override the default behavior).Learn more
Building bridges between existing silos means we need to secure the confidentiality and privacy of patient data. The combination of emerging technologies such as blockchain and Trusted Execution Environments (TEEs) allow us to unlock the sharing and utilization of medical data, with the promise of yielding significant economic and social returns.Learn more
iExec, the cloud computing marketplace has announced the onboarding of Genesis Cloud as a new GPU provider. France’s largest utility provider EDF is leveraging this new offer to execute on iExec’s decentralized cloud its applications that require heavy GPU power.
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SLAM Robots by Shanghai Tech
The robots deployed in SHIFT site are multifunctional and can be deployed for lots of interesting use cases, furthermore, iExec will also make effort on Blockchain based Fog Computing, collaborate with SHIFT to push forward Blockchain based solutions for smart factory.Learn more
Cerebrum implements blockchain technology to generate distributed, decentralized artificial intelligence by creating an open, competitive platform that aligns incentives between those wishing to gain predictive power from their data and scientists seeking to monetize their machine learning skills.Learn more
“Imagine you just found a brand new sorting algorithm that is better than any other (I tried really hard but couldn’t do it so I used bubble sort) and you want to make money out of it. You have to let people use it but you can’t make the code available. Sure you could use some obfuscation but reverse-engineering is always possible.
What iExec lets you do is allow people to execute your code with their input data, in exchange for some payment in cryptocurrency, with an optimal level of security: your code is completely encrypted and the only moment it’s going to be decrypted is inside an SGX enclave. Basically, here is what’s going on:”Learn more