Message boards : Rosetta@home Science : I'm curious about how much CPU capacity of smartphones have meaningfull to Rosetta project?
Joined: 22 Jul 21
Hello. I'm Ray from Boltsoft.
Boltsoft has been developing and running a smartphone-based mobile dedicated blockchain mining project. (https://www.mibcoin.io/blockchain/).
Our aim is to build a High-Performance computing system to provide computing power. Currently, nearly 20,000 smartphones are participating in our network around the world.
Our team's aim is to gather a few million smartphones in our network and provide computing power by using these smartphones.
My curiosity is that how many smartphones will have meaningful computing power for the Rosetta project, and currently, is exist volunteers by using smartphones.
One of our plans is that when we finish the development and service smartphone-based High-Performance computing system, we will donate some of our computing power to public organizations for free.
If you have any questions about our project or want to communicate with us, please do not hesitate to contact me.
email : email@example.com
Telegram account : Raylim1217
Skype account : live:a43fdbe9bdd9a9c8
Linkedin : www.linkedin.com/in/raylim1217
Phone : +821092013947
Joined: 17 Jul 07
both Android 9+ and Apple IOS have huge limitations on the power usage of smartphone apps, so I seriously doubt if that's even possible without hacking(rooting) our phones.
The limits are there because Apple and Google are wary of any kind of apps that suck too much power, and limits exist even if phones are connected to chargers.
Joined: 9 Mar 09
This page may help https://boinc.bakerlab.org/rosetta/apps.php
Android running on ARM 4.20 1 May 2020, 20:20:22 UTC 1,484 GigaFLOPS
Not a lot compared to PCs and laptops.
Message boards :
Rosetta@home Science :
I'm curious about how much CPU capacity of smartphones have meaningfull to Rosetta project?
©2023 University of Washington