Blockchain startup Boid partners with Texans for Cures, 501(c)3 non-profit, based in Austin, Texas,
The Boid platform is the first decentralized computing project built on the EOS protocol.
Pool Computing for Good Users download the Boid app on their PCs and make part of their CPU and GPU available to scientific research projects with the platform. Leaderboards highlighting top contributors make competitions fierce and user engagement high.
John Heeter, the Founder and CTO of Boid notes: "We are thrilled to have Texans for Cures as our first charitable recipient of the Boid project. David and his team at Texans for Cures are funding clinical trials for cutting edge regenerative and stem cell research. Boid is proud to be part of this effort to help so many."
With a single account a Boid member can become a part of a "social supercomputer"
First Charitable Mining Pool Begins - August 15 for Texans for Cures
BOID Token Airdrop – August 15th (to EOS holders)
About Us: Boid is building a social supercomputer. At its most basic level Boid makes decentralized technology more accessible to the general public. For more information about Boid go to https://boid.com follow us on twitter @boidcom
Texans for Cures - http://www.texansforcures.org/
Contact: Scott Mattson