We are surrounded by opportunity in the form of untapped computing power. FogCoin transforms our idle compute into a global marketplace.

Anyone can earn money...by contributing to the decentralized, global network of computing power.

ActiveAether is a serverless computing platform that deploys software automatically for developers to computers across the globe.

How it Works:

  • Automatic deployment & service scaling based on demand
  • Infinitely scalable. Overhead costs scale logarithmically with demand
  • Distributed – optimal geographical placement of services based on demand sources; zero single points of failure
  • Resilient – automatic failure detection and recovery

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Enabling a Global Market for Computing Power

The FogCoin whitepaper introduces our patented technology for deploying location-neutral web services, provides background on the sweeping infrastructural changes FogCoin addresses, and details potential market size for FogCoin’s global marketplace.

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Be Careful What You Call ‘Fog Computing’

“Fog enables us to look differently at the spare computing power that surrounds us in our daily lives and opens up opportunities to put all computing power to use, regardless of location.”

ActiveAether Targets ‘Fog Computing’ September 28, 2018Jennifer Dorsey
Press Release
Serverless NYC: Live ActiveAether Demo September 13, 2018Live Demo of ActiveAether at the Serverless NYC Meetup
Be Careful What You Call ‘Fog Computing’ August 16, 2018by Allan Boyd
VIDEO: Coffee with Ms. Connected & Mr. IoT – IoT Moves Into The Fog August 10, 2018Coffee with Ms. Connected and Mr. IoT
Press Release
ICO Hotlist: FogCoin February 1, 2018
Is Edge Computing All Around Us Now? November 7, 2017by Sean Kinney
ICOs: What They Are, and Why Should You Care October 6, 2017by David Olk
Press Release
Fog is Coming, and That’s Good News for The Cloud April 20, 2017by Robert MacInnis
Why Fog Computing Will Power IoT in 2017 February 7, 2017by Robert MacInnis