Halsey Minor, who founded CNET and cofounded Salesforce, is spearheading a new distributed computing project focused on encoding, storing, and streaming video. The effort is designed to tap into so-called zombie servers, which are unused or underutilized computers in data centers. Server owners will be paid via a new cryptocurrency called VideoCoin; Minor plans an initial coin offering for the token in March and has already raised $25 million in pre-ICO funding for it. The VideoCoin Network...


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