Perlin ICO (PERLs)

A supercomputer in the palm of your hand

“Perlin is the first practical, trustless and decentralized cloud computing marketplace that leverages underutilized compute power in everyday smart-devices to make supercomputing economically viable and accessible globally. This is achieved via a DAG-based distributed ledger using Avalanche consensus.”


Start: Dec 1, 2017
End: Dec 31, 2150

Perlin Use of Token

Perlin ties the remote allocation of a specific amount of computational time and resources through cryptographic means into a virtual currency termed PERLs.

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Perlin Team Members

  • Dorjee Sun
    Dorjee Sun Co-founder & Project Manager Linkedin logo
  • Trung Nguyen
    Trung Nguyen Co-founder & Marketing Lead Linkedin logo
  • Mirza Uddin
    Mirza Uddin Co-founder & Head of Business Development Linkedin logo
  • Ajay Prakash
    Ajay Prakash Co-founder & Head of Product Linkedin logo
  • Shuoji Zhou
    Shuoji Zhou Advisor Linkedin logo
  • Taiyang Zhang
    Taiyang Zhang Advisor Linkedin logo

    Perlin Past Events

    • 31 December, 2017

      Perlin is founded.

    • 30 June, 2018

      The Avalanche Consensus is implemented to improve DAG throughput times.

    • 31 July, 2018

      The preliminary version of the whitepaper is released to the public.

    • 30 September, 2018

      Improvements are made to the short comings of Avalanche to create a metastable, Sybil-resistant ledger called Wavelet.

    • 31 October, 2018

      Alpha release of the testnet will consist of binaries and documentation.

    • 30 November, 2018

      Testnet benchmarking results for stability and speed.

    Perlin Future Events

    • 31 January, 2019

      A testnet version of our compute layer with a realtime demo will be published.

    • 31 March, 2019

      A testnet version for mobile support on Android phones.

    • 30 June, 2019

      The mainnet release will accompany support for smart contracts, Kubernetes, GPU’s and the genesis block.