Akash is now the first decentralized cloud to run a full web app successfully in the TestNet

Last week, I deployed my blog to Akash TestNet, making Akash the first decentralized cloud to run a full ruby-based web app! Today, I'm happy to report that Akash successfully passed the first barrier by exceeding the 100-hour keepalive threshold. Even though our roadmap says our TestNet will be made available in September, I'm confident our … Continue reading Akash is now the first decentralized cloud to run a full web app successfully in the TestNet

My testimony as an expert witness for the first ever blockchain bill (AB 2658) introduced in the state of California

Greg Osuri testifies at the California State Assembly Committee on Privacy and Consumer Protection on AB 2658 from Overclock Labs on Vimeo. The most significant hurdle for blockchain today is legislative as US companies today face an uncertain legal regime. Regulators need tools that only legislators can provide. No question blockchain is going to rival … Continue reading My testimony as an expert witness for the first ever blockchain bill (AB 2658) introduced in the state of California

Akash Investor Update: March 2018

Hello all! The team is hard at work and driving forward on multiple fronts to deliver on our product, fundraising, and engagement goals. Transparency is one of our core values, so I’ll be updating the Telegram channel periodically with what we’re doing, what we’re learning, and the progress we’re making. Legal Increased SEC scrutiny of … Continue reading Akash Investor Update: March 2018

Serverless is bigger than FaaS

There is a growing excitement in the developer community around the serverless paradigm, an idea that lets developers to deliver workloads without provisioning or managing servers. At its core, serverless architecture relies on orchestrating a vibrant eco-system of fully managed services. With increasing number of such backend services — namely backend-as-a-service (BaaS) — supported by … Continue reading Serverless is bigger than FaaS