Render Token Analysis | RNDR Partners with Solana For Massive GPU Rendering Network



RenderToken (RNDR) is a distributed GPU rendering network aiming to connect artists and studios in need of GPU compute power with mining partners willing to rent their GPU capabilities out. Render recently announced a new technical roadmap to bring the core components of the network’s infrastructure to Solana, starting with a partnership with Metaplex, a decentralized protocol and set of open standards for digital asset issuance and ownership on-chain. The core developers at the Render Network have assessed that Solana is the most programmable and secure underlying infrastructure for its future development plans as it continues to scale and take on massive, metaverse-scale rendering jobs.

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~Render Token Analysis | RNDR Partners with Solana For Massive GPU Rendering Network~
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Render Token Analysis | RNDR Partners with Solana For Massive GPU Rendering Network

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