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Render Token is 3.5 years old.
|The current market capitalization for Render Token is $1,361,366,139.|
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Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Render Token is $264,565,697.
|The circulating supply of RNDR is 372,812,597 coins, which is 58% of the maximum coin supply.|
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SIGGRAPH 2023 Review (BTN: Tuesday, August 15th, 2023)
Recapping highlights from this year’s landmark 50th anniversary conference. — Last week marked the 50th anniversary of the world’s leading computer graphics technology conference, SIGGRAPH, which was held this year in Downtown LA. Fittingly, the semi centennial edition of the event took place at a transformative moment in the evolution of graphics and information technology — with the convergence of immersive imaging, next generation 3D rendering and artificial intelligence computing. This Behind-the-Network (BTN) will provide a brief summary of some of the major happenings at this year’s SIGGRAPH and explore how decentralized GPU computing is at the heart of many of the innovations showcased at the conference. — NVIDIA Keynote Talk Showcases the Future of AI, Cloud and The Metaverse - medium.com Kicking off SIGGRAPH was CEO of NVIDIA, Jensen Huang’s talk about the future of GPU computing and the development of NVIDIA’s Omniverse, which both OctaneRender (the engine of the Render Network client) and the Render Network are integrated with. The talk focused on a number of game-changing innovations, from real time rendering technology, to text-to-image Generative AI rendering, to cloud GPU streaming for Spatial Reality media, which is rapidly advancing with the Vision Pro and being supported by open interchange formats like the ones powering Render Network. Finally, the talk examined the Industry 4.0 ...
RNP-004 Recap + SIGGRAPH Preview (BTN: Friday, August 4th, 2023)
With a new RNP vote freshly concluded and SIGGRAPH 2023 on the horizon, the Render Network team takes a look forward towards the immediate future. — RNP-004 Recap - The final community vote for RNP-004: Open Compute Clients came to a close on August 1st, passing with 1.2m RNDR cast to approve vs. 371 RNDR to deny. This means that RNP-004 has officially been added to the Render Network roadmap, and will be queued up for development and implementation in the future. For more information on the Roadmap, as well updates regarding the timeline surrounding feature development, please follow the Render Network and Render Network Foundation for updates. For those that perhaps missed this latest vote or are unaware of RNP-004 and what it means for the Network, more information can be gleaned from earlier posts here and here, but to summarize: RNP-004 proposes the introduction of an API to the Render Network that would allow for Render Network Nodes to be utilized for open compute operations. This API would be developed by the ANTBIT team and would be an opt-in feature for Node Operators, allowing them an alternative way to earn, in addition to the main rendering service, where nodes provide rendering power for creators on the Render Network. Instead, their nodes would be utilized in a variety of ways as a large GPU pool. From the outset, as outlined by ANTBIT’s team in the RNP, the node pool would likely be utilized by machine...
Render Network Q2 Highlights Part 2: Network Statistics
Following up from last week’s BTN, this week we’ll be taking a look ‘under the hood’ of the Render Network and diving into some metrics statistics from the last quarter. — Steady Usage Continues from Quarter to Quarter - An overarching theme throughout the last quarter’s metrics was the consistent usage of the Render Network across the end of 2022 and into the beginning of 2023, continuing growth even amidst the backdrop of turbulence in the macroeconomic environment and the NFT / blockchain space. The same has continued in statistically significant categories across general network usage into Q2 2023. This Behind the Network (BTN) will explore growth data from both the creator side and node side usage of the Render Network. At a high level the network saw roughly a 10% increase in frames rendered, jobs processed, and RNDR used. Meanwhile, node utilization and Octane Bench power on the network increased by about 25% showing greater distribution, performance, and scaling infrastructure in the network. Let’s dig into the details. Through Q2 2023, 48,850 Render Network Jobs were created, a slight increase from the 45,966 Render Network Jobs created in Q1 2023. Similarly and subsequently, Q2 2023 saw a slight increase in total frames rendered with 2,481,372 vs. 2,119,813 in Q1 2023. Year-to-date (YTD going forward), 4,601,185 individual frames have been rendered throughout 2023 on the Network. Q1 2023 saw t...
RNP-004: Render Network Foundation Team Review and ANTBIT AMA Recap
Last Friday the ANTBIT team sat down with the Render Network Foundation’s Andrew Hyde and Ryan Shea for a community AMA hosted on Twitter Spaces. The AMA gave community members the opportunity to interact directly with the ANTBIT team and gain more insight into the technology behind the ANTBIT protocol, and how this would be integrated into the Render Network systems. During the same week, RNP-004, the related RNP from the ANTBIT team, passed its initial community vote and has since moved onto internal review by the Render Network Foundation team. Published below are the Foundation team’s thoughts and comments on the proposal. — RNP-004 Render Network Team Review - The Render Network team (made up of core members of the Render Network engineering team, community moderators and infrastructure developers) have reviewed RNP-004 to make sure that it meets the criteria of an effective RNP (is economically and efficiently feasible, project costs and any additional issues or topics that may pose a block to the RNP). After lengthy discussions in the Discord and AMA on Twitter, the Render Network Team is showing support for RNP-004 and putting it up for a final Community Vote starting July 26th at 5pm, PST. This vote lasts six days, ending on August 1st at 5pm, PST. — RNP-004: Summary. — As summarized by the architects of the RNP, “RNP-004: Open Compute Clients”, is a proposed integration between the Rende...
Render Network Q2 Highlights and Review (BTN: Tuesday, July 18th, 2023)
Render Network Q2 Highlights (BTN: Tuesday, July 18th, 2023) - — From Technical Improvements to Expanded Community Programs. — In the past quarter, the Render Network ecosystem has grown on multiple fronts — from technical improvements to expanded community programs. With the midpoint of the summer approaching, let’s take a look back at the highlights from the last quarter in all things Render Network. Next week’s Behind the Network will act as a Part 2 detailing metrics from the last quarter. — Request For Compute | Grants program - Render Network Request For Compute (BTN: Friday, June 16th, 2023) During Q2 the Render Network Foundation took a major step in its goal of expanding the Network ecosystem as a whole through the release of two linked initiatives: the “Request for Compute” survey and the Render Network Foundation Grant cohort. The Request For Compute (RFC), which can be found here, is phase 1 of the Render Network Foundation’s exploration of making new computing resources available on the Render Network. A simple survey, the RFC is a detailed data gathering step in the future expansion of the Network, where new, long-standing and prospective users can communicate directly to the Foundation their needs, pain points in their current production pipelines and technical specifications they are seeking in a decentralized rendering system. For those that have not participated, you can ...
RNP-004 Preview (BTN: Friday, July 14th, 2023)
A Preview of the latest RNP, RNP-004: Open Compute Clients. — Earlier this week a new RNP, RNP-004: Open Compute Clients, was presented for review to the Render Network community by ANTBIT.IO, a distributed cloud compute aggregator for AI / ML inference, training, hyperparameter tuning, and reinforcement learning. With an initial proposal vote scheduled for July 17th, 2023, the Render Network team wanted to provide community members who may not have seen this new RNP yet with a primer on what this new RNP is proposing and what changes it may bring to the Render Network. — RNP-004: Open Compute Clients - RNP-004 is a core-technical proposal that seeks to expand the use case for the Render Network through an external API. This API would allow users to access Render Network nodes and utilize their compute capabilities for tasks such as machine learning/training, inference and fine tuning functions. This would be the first major expansion of the Render Network outside of rendering and rendering-related work. — ANTBIT.IO 🐜 on Twitter: "This marks the first step in putting together 1 million GPU's🚀It's amazing to see the enthusiasm and all the positive comments coming from the Render Network community! Your passion fuels our mission🐜@RenderToken 🤝 @ANTBIT_OFFICIAL t.co / Twitter" - This marks the first step in putting together 1 million GPU's🚀It's amazing to see the enthu...
Artist Spotlight: Raoul Marks (BTN: Monday, June 26th, 2023)
Exploring an industry trailblazer’s use of the Render Network. — Raoul Marks, the exceptionally talented and inspiring two-time Emmy® Award winner, Bafta-nominated Director, and 3D Motion Designer from Perth, Australia, has truly left a mark on the world of visual storytelling. Alongside his creative partner Patrick Clair, Raoul Marks has successfully created a unique career path as a Director at Antibody, where the duo’s collaborative efforts have led to the creation of some of the most iconic opening title sequences of all time. — raoulmarks on Twitter: "Should add this was rendered on @RenderToken - you folk rock! / Twitter" - Should add this was rendered on @RenderToken - you folk rock! Over the past year and a half Raoul, already an acclaimed Octane user, has transitioned to integrating the Render Network more deeply into his production workflow, enabling him to create a wide range of work that has pushed the boundary of cinematic visual effects, cryptoart, and motion design. Independently, and with Patrick Clair as part of the new independent creative studio Antibody TV, Raoul has produced a wide range of projects using the Render Network — including the opening title sequences for blockbuster TV shows The Peripheral and Westworld Season 4 and more recently, trailers for AAA-games like the blockbuster Playstation game MARATHON. On the Render Network, Raoul has also created a number of a...
Render Network Request For Compute (BTN: Friday, June 16th, 2023)
The Render Foundation Releases a Request For Compute: renderfoundation.com The Render Network has demonstrated its commitment to providing high-quality and efficient decentralized rendering solutions for users across the globe with millions of frames rendered and hours of distributed GPU network uptime. The potential of the Render Network, though, has always extended beyond pure rendering use cases. Today, we’re excited to announce the implementation of a new process to further network growth: Request For Compute (RFC). RFC is specifically designed to drive network usage with the support of the Render Network Foundation team. By opening up a process to understand compute demand and serve it, Render Network’s RFC is the first step towards supporting an expanded set of use cases on the network by directly engaging with customers interested in Render Network’s compute network. With RFC, the Render Network Foundation team hopes to serve new use applications in AI, virtual reality, big data, and more. In the RFC process, users submit technical information about their workload. This information will help the Foundation understand user needs for supporting other forms of computing on the network. — The Request For Compute Process - To start the process, users submit a form specifying resource needs, expected project outcomes, timelines, and other important metrics for the proposed job. Once received, the Foundation Te...
The Future of the Spatial Web: A Look at the Vision Pro and Holographic Mixed-Reality, Powered by…
The Future of the Spatial Web: A Look at the Vision Pro and Holographic Mixed Reality Powered by Render — (Behind-the-Network: Friday, June 9th, 2023) - A deep dive into the future of immersive media for the Vision Pro powered by the Render Network Earlier this week Apple introduced the Vision Pro mixed reality (MR) headset at WWDC, one of the company’s most anticipated product releases since the launch of the iPhone. Presented as the introduction of a new era of ‘spatial computing’, the Vision Pro offers a combination of stunning graphics, audio, display, and, crucially, GPU hardware innovations that are converging to make immersive media a mass consumer reality for the first time after decades of research and development. — Jules Urbach on Twitter: "obviously - will work on @Apple #visionPro day 1! t.co / Twitter" - obviously - will work on @Apple #visionPro day 1! t.co Behind the Vision Pro is a transformation to a new communications medium that has the potential to reshape the way we interconnect with each other, becoming the next computing platform after mobile. Powering this revolution is a transition from static 2D imaging to intelligent 3D immersive media that the Render Network has been developing decentralized GPU computing infrastructure to make available at scale. This Behind the Network (BTN) will look at some of the underlying Render Network technologies that are important to make m...
Render Network Spotlights Nikon Basu and Celebrates 100K Twitter Followers (BTN — Friday, June 2nd…
Render Network Celebrates 100K Twitter Followers and Spotlights Nikon Basu (BTN — Friday, June 2nd, 2023) - — Highlighting goings on around the Metaverse, Nikon Basu and Render Network surpassing 100k Followers on Twitter. — This week’s Behind-the-Network (BTN) focuses on a number of spotlight-worthy features, including a spotlight of Render Network Creator Nikon Basu, who has produced art for blockbuster films and tv shows using the Render Network; a look back at important Render Network Twitter moments on the road to 100K followers; and a deep dive on the Render Network Foundation’s new Grant Program. Without further ado, let’s dive in: — Render Network hit’s 100k - The Render Network hit a milestone this week, passing 100k followers on Twitter! It’s been a little over 5 years since the launch of the Render Network Twitter account, and we wanted to take a look at some of the key moments from that journey to 100k, and shine a spotlight on the community that built this Network over the years. — Render Network | RNDR on Twitter: "Extremely Grateful for an amazing community of artists, node operators, friends, and supporters who played a role in helping the Render Network reach its first 100K Twitter followers.🔥For 100k, let's revisit a few highlighted tweets from 2018 to 2023.🧵 pic.twitter.com/LRzL2ZdTbh / Twitter" - Extremely Grateful for an amazing community of...
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|Render Token (RNDR) Shoots Up 15% Weekly, Bitcoin (BTC) Eyes $27K (Weeke...
After charting the latest multi-weekly low at under $26,000, bitcoin has performed better and even neared $27,000 earlier today.
Most alternative coins have also charted minor gains on a daily scale. Render Token emerges as this week's best performer from the top 100.
BTC to Challenge $27K?
Bitcoin tried its hand at taking down the resistance level at $27,500 a few times this past week but to no avail. The latest rejection came on Tuesday, and it turned out to be a rather violent one.
It first pushed BTC south to just under $27,000 before the bears took complete control of the market and drove the asset further south to a two-week low at $25,900. The bulls finally decided to act at this point, and they prevented any further declines.
Just the opposite, bitcoin started regaining some traction and jumped above $26,000 almost immediately. The past 24 hours brought another minor leg-up that drove the asset to over $26,900. However, the cryptocurrency has been unable to challenge the $27,000 resistance line as of now and sits a few hundred dollars below it.
Its market capitalization remains under $520 billion, while its dominance over the altcoins stands still at 46.2%.
BTCUSD. Source: TradingView
RNDR, HT Up Double Digits Weekly
Most altcoins have produced minor gains, similar to bitcoin, in the past 24 hours. Ethereum dipped below $1,800 a few days ago but managed to reclaim that level yesterday. Another slight increase since then has pushed the second-largest crypto to $1,830 a...
|Bitcoin Pushes Past $27K, Render (RNDR) Explodes 20% Daily: Market Watch
Bitcoin returned above $27,000 after a brief drop below that level yesterday following a minor daily increase.
The altcoins are also relatively quiet today, with Render Token, Synthetix, and Mas Network taking the main stage with double-digit pumps.
BTC Reclaims $27K
Last week was a lot more volatile than this one, at least for one. The most significant price fluctuations came after the US CPI numbers for April came out on Wednesday. BTC first popped up from $27,500 to $28,400 before it slumped back down by almost two grand.
After a minor pump, the asset headed straight south once again, plummeting to a two-month low on Friday at $25,800. The weekend was a lot more positive and less eventful as bitcoin returned to $27,000 and spent most of it there.
The start of this week saw a price jump to $27,600, but that was short-lived, and the cryptocurrency dropped below $26,600 once again. However, the past 24 hours brought an increase of almost $1,000, and BTC now stands close to $27,500. This came after Tether announced a new policy that will allow it to purchase certain amounts of bitcoin.
As such, its market cap has returned to $530 billion, and its dominance over the alts is at 46.6%.
BTCUSD. Source: TradingView
RNDR Shoots Up
The altcoins are also slightly in the green on a daily scale. ETH has managed to defend the $1,800 level with a minor 1% increase. BNB is above $310, following a similar daily jump.
More gains come from the likes of Cardano, Polygon, Polkadot, and Uniswap ...