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CPUcoin has created the Sharing Economy for Compute and is currently building scalable Generative AI, High Definition NFT capability and fast Web 3 dApps that anyone can use. CPUcoin is the ECO Friendly Computing Global Network Powering NEXT.This decentralized Infrastructure-as-a-Service solution drastically reduces cloud infrastructure costs by creating a new sharing economy for unused CPU/GPU power.Today ANYONE can install our miner on Windows or linux (Mac OS coming soon!) and collect funds for their unused compute time.The CGN effectively eliminates the hassle and high expenses associated with provisioning, managing and scaling applications on a global scale.Think of us as the “Airbnb” for CPU/GPU compute power and a platform for automatically deploying and scaling Decentralized Services and DApps.The ethereum alt coin, is the utility token called CPUcoin which is used to pay miners, developers and publishers via exchange pools for speed and liquidity. New uses for CPUcoin along with new wallet support is coming. Currently, CPUcoin is available for purchase via Defi on UniSwap V2 with CPU/ETH token pair (V3 is broken!) and is available for deposit into Coinbase Custody.

CPUcoin (CPU) is a cryptocurrency launched in 2021. CPU has a current supply of 5.00Bn with 433.56M in circulation. The last known price of CPU is 0.012095585632 USD and is 0.000031320145 over the last 24 hours. It is currently trading on active market(s) with $9,878.38 traded over the last 24 hours. More information can be found at https://cpucoin.io.

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Study Identifies Vulnerability in Apple M-Series Chips Allowing Hackers to Retrieve Private Keys
Study Identifies Vulnerability in Apple M-Series Chips Allowing Hackers to Retrieve Private Keys
According to CryptoPotato, a recent study has identified a vulnerability in Apple's M-series chips that could enable hackers to retrieve the cryptographic private keys of Mac users. The vulnerability functions as a side channel, allowing the extraction of end-to-end keys when Apple chips execute implementations of commonly used cryptographic protocols. Due to its origin in the microarchitectural structure of the silicon, direct patching is not feasible, unlike traditional vulnerabilities. Instead, the report suggests a fix that relies on integrating defenses into third-party cryptographic software. However, this approach may significantly degrade the performance of M-series chips during cryptographic tasks, particularly in earlier generations like M1 and M2. The researchers explained that the exploitation of the vulnerability occurs when both the targeted cryptographic operation and a malicious application, operating with standard user system privileges, are processed on the same CPU cluster. The latest research sheds light on an overlooked phenomenon regarding DMPs within Apple silicon. In certain cases, these DMPs misinterpret memory content, including critical key material, as the pointer value used for loading other data. As a result, the DMP frequently accesses and interprets this data as an address, leading to memory access attempts. This process, known as 'dereferencing' of 'pointers,' involves reading data and inadvertently leaking it through a side channel, representing a clear breach of the constant-time paradigm. The researchers identified this hack as a 'GoFetch' exploit, explaining that it operates on the same user privileges as most third-party applications, exploiting vulnerabilities in clusters of M-series chips. It affects classical and quantum-resistant encryption algorithms alike, with extraction times varying from minutes to hours depending on the key size. Despite previous knowledge of similar threats, the researchers said that GoFetch demonstrates more aggressive behavior in Apple's chips, posing a significant security risk.
Mar 23, 2024 1:04 pm
NVIDIA announces GR00T, a general-purpose large model in the field of robotics, and next-generation chip architecture Blackwell
NVIDIA announces GR00T, a general-purpose large model in the field of robotics, and next-generation chip architecture Blackwell
NVIDIA founder Jensen Huang delivered the opening speech at the GTC conference in San Jose, USA. In this speech, NVIDIA released their next-generation chip architecture Blackwell. According to reports, the Blackwell GPU is named after mathematician David Harold Blackwell and also follows the Hopper architecture previously launched by Nvidia. Blackwell GPUs contain 208 billion transistors and can support AI models with up to 10 trillion parameters. In addition to the chip itself, this architecture also uses the fifth-generation NVLink high-speed interconnect and the second-generation Transformer engine, which are comprehensively upgraded in all aspects. According to Huang Jenxun, this new chip will be available later in 2024. Huang Renxun said that Nvidia plans to use Blackwell to enter artificial intelligence companies around the world in the future and sign contracts with all OEMs, regional clouds, national sovereign AI, and telecommunications companies around the world. Currently, Amazon, Dell, Google, Meta, Microsoft, OpenAI, and Tesla have all planned to use Blackwell GPUs. It is worth noting that the previously legendary B100 did not appear. Instead, Nvidia released the super chip GB200, which is composed of a Grace CPU and two sets of Blackwell GPUs. Huang Renxun said that compared with H100, the computing power of GB200 is 6 times that of the former, and the computing power corresponding to processing multi-modal specific fields can reach 30 times. In addition, Nvidia also released the server GB200 NVL72, which is composed of 36 sets of Grace CPUs and 72 sets of Blackwell GPUs. This time, NVIDIA will launch a large general basic model called GR00T for the field of robotics. In addition, NVIDIA also launched Thor, a new computer suitable for robots. NVIDIA has made specific optimizations for related performance, power consumption and size. NVIDIA also launched a new AI inference server NIM (NVIDIA INFERENCE MICROSERVICE), allowing everyone to customize AI models and applications in this form. (36 krypton)
Mar 19, 2024 9:34 am
NVIDIA Launches Blackwell Platform to Empower Next-Generation Computing
NVIDIA Launches Blackwell Platform to Empower Next-Generation Computing
According to PANews, NVIDIA announced the launch of the NVIDIA Blackwell platform to empower the new era of computing. The platform enables institutions worldwide to build and run real-time generative AI on large language models (LLM) with trillions of parameters, reducing costs and energy consumption by up to 25 times compared to the previous generation. The Blackwell GPU architecture features six revolutionary acceleration technologies that will drive breakthroughs in data processing, engineering simulation, electronic design automation, computer-aided drug design, quantum computing, and generative AI. The NVIDIA GB200 Grace Blackwell superchip connects two NVIDIA B200 Tensor Core GPUs with the NVIDIA Grace CPU through a 900GB/s ultra-low-power interconnect. Compared to the NVIDIA H100 Tensor Core GPU, the GB200 superchip achieves up to 30 times performance improvement in LLM inference workloads, with cost and energy consumption reduced by up to 25 times. In addition, NVIDIA also introduced a general-purpose large model called GR00T for the robotics field during the GTC conference in San Jose, USA. NVIDIA also launched a new computer called Thor, specifically optimized for robotics in terms of performance, power consumption, and size. NVIDIA aims to give robots smarter brains through this initiative, enabling them to naturally imitate human behavior by observing it, greatly improving coordination and flexibility in their actions.
Mar 19, 2024 8:54 am

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