Donating computing power to scientific researchers for cancer treatments , HIV/AIDS, Zika etc..
I am a cryptominer, i basically decided to convert one of my rooms to a cryptomining office where i donate my computing power all having about 32GB RAM, 1 Terabyte of Disk space, and GPU's. Electricity is not much of a challenge, i have inverters, and soon planning on a solar power energy. I started mining bitcoin since last year, it has been a wonderful journey. Early this year i joined the worldcommunitygrid.org to donate my computing power to important projects and disease control in the World. Basically the computing power helps scientific reseachers on topics related to health, poverty and sustainability, i represent the team lead of my country, it has been a great joy to know how far and how helpful this projects has been to the outside World, especially to the less priviledged, homeless, also for effective treatment of cancer, HIV/AIDS and neglected tropical diseases. The World community grid has supported about 29 research projects to date with the help of computing power donated from around the globe. They have effectively made.
Let's help change the world, anyone can do same by using your extra computing power to help people around the world you never knew. The World Community Grid has enabled important scientific advances in cancer treatment and clean energy. Their Scientists have produced over 35 peer-reviewed papers in scientific journals and have completed the equivalent of hundreds of thousands of years of research in less than a decade. They are the biggest volunteer computing initiative devoted to humanitarian science. Below are my recent Active research using my computing power. In a day donate about 1k GB of computing power.
Harvard University's Clean Energy Project has discovered over 35,000 organic materials that have the potential to double the average efficiency of organic solar cells. This advance was made possible by scanning over two million materials on World Community Grid. Previously, organic solar cells were made from fewer than 10 highly efficient molecules, which were painstakingly discovered one by one. Now, there are thousands more to explore - an exponential increase. This development received public praise from the US White House Office of Science and Technology Policy for its role in advancing materials science.
Not long i started for today, you can see the stats of my Computing donations. The scientists who established this field were awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2013. The Nobel Prize Committee stated: "Today the computer is just as important a tool for chemists as the test tube. Simulations are so realistic that they predict the outcome of traditional experiments."
You can join me in making the World a better place by donating your computing space today. It feels great to help people around the globe suffering and in pains. You can join my team at https://join.worldcommunitygrid.org?recruiterId=1073904.