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The purveyors of the StrongNode Edge protocol are as ambitious as they are competent, and beyond the shared computing product, a number of other innovative products are on the way.
StrongNode Edge, an Edge computing startup operating an Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) platform has unveiled its suite of decentralized Web3.0 products, extending its foot as one of the emerging innovative blockchain solutions around. The StrongNode Edge protocol permits anyone to connect to the Edge Connect with their smart devices through which they can contribute unused computing resources such as CPU, GPU, and RAM power to the network to power some commercial operations in a decentralized manner.
The blockchain world is replete with a number of innovative protocols, and while many are essentially focused on yield generation, platforms like StrongNode Edge are notably hinged towards solving an inherent enterprise problem. A lot of traditional companies pay a lot of money to cloud storage infrastructure providers, a provision that costs more than money when its inherent risks are brought into focus.
The emergence of the StrongNode Edge protocol is set to relieve startups of these challenges as they can now purchase these computing resources for use in their supply chain using a combination of FIAT and SNE tokens (the native digital currency of the StrongNode Edge platform) for payment.
Based on the platform’s business model, it functions more or less as an exchange platform between its edge computing seeders, businesses, and the entire ecosystem to maximize idle resources with a chance to obtain economic benefits.
StrongNode Edge Token Listing
As mentioned earlier, the SNE token is the main currency of the StrongNode Edge ecosystem and in a bid to boost its inherent economic value, the token will be listed on the MEXC centralized exchange. The trading platform will support SNE on the Polygon protocol with support for the Ethereum blockchain to be launched before the end of the year.
The listing date is 14th March 2022 at 15:00 UTC. The trading platform will support the SNE/USDT pair and has announced it is hosting a trading competition in which it will be giving out the sum of $40,000 in SNE tokens as rewards for the most successful traders.
Getting to be featured on a centralized trading exchange is a huge milestone for the StrongNode Edge protocol, and beyond the regular trading on offer on MEXC, users will also be able to stake the SNE tokens on MX DeFi to get additional value on the digital asset.
Future Products and Prospect of the StrongNode Edge Ecosystem
The purveyors of the StrongNode Edge protocol are as ambitious as they are competent, and beyond the shared computing product, a number of other innovative products are on the way. The first product slated for the second quarter of 2022 is the dVPN, a decentralized Virtual Private Network (VPN) for Strong Node Edge users. Users will earn SNE tokens as exit nodes (endpoints) and users will spend SNE tokens to get access to VPN services. Users who wish to connect with the dVPN service will have to sign up using a StrongNode ID, a unique identifier that is issued to customers.
The StrongNode dVPN service will also require users to pass a Know-Your-Customer (KYC) check, a provision that has to be adhered to in order to discourage all bad actors from utilizing the products and services.