Blog Archives: 2017

ETH GPU Cloud Mining Market in 2017… Looking Grim

In the hopes of beating Ethereum’s Metropolis deadline on predictable mining pools, I decided to consider what short term cloud mining opportunities are available to contribute to my existing workers, before changing gears toward other alt coins. The most notable options appeared to be AWS’s EC2 GPU instances, Azure’s GPU instances, Genesis Mining, Hashflare, Eobot, […]

How I Built An Algorithm To Name Our Products

As an artist, branding has always been a welcomed creative respite from the engineered world I live in. It represented a chance to rebel against processes and create something simple and attractive. As a businessman, however, successful branding and marketing has proven to be much more impactful than I could trust simple artistry to accomplish […]

AWS EC2 Security Groups Tutorial

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Security Groups are AWS’s group-based firewalls for AWS EC2 cloud instances. CEO, Michael Ricotta, offers explanation of this service with instructions on how to complete the process of setting up your instance’s basic security settings. View the video on our website or visit our youtube channel. First, visit aws.amazon.com and click to sign into the […]

Memri.AI Testers Welcome!

The time has come for MEMRI.AI! As a founding member of Memri.ai, I’m pleased to announce Apple’s approval of public testing on Test Flight, which may be downloaded from the App store.  What is Memri.ai? Have you ever had a memory sitting on the tip of your tongue and you just can’t seem to put […]

IncogniDO: History on the Do’s and Dont’s of Chrome’s Incognito Mode

The web’s PEBCAC silver tuna has been around since the dawn of the industry and “it lies between the pit of [customers]’s fears and the summit of his knowledge“. While advancements in ISP performance and minification practices have battled the need for caching, the demand for instant seamless performance keeps it around alive and well. […]