Unbeknownst to some, there has been a lack of focus on fully utilizing computational power to render CGI and mine cryptocurrency through advanced blockchain technology. With that being said, the video game industry has exploded over the past 10 years and the computers being used to play these games on, are extremely powerful to support each game.

Gaimin, connects the world’s largest supply of distributed processing power, which belongs to the 1.3 billion gaming PCs in the global gaming community, with the rapidly growing, worldwide demand for massive processing power for CGI rendering and cryptocurrency mining through a simple and efficient platform. Gaimin.io is a SmartClient that uses high-powered gaming computers to automatically mine blockchains for coins and render CGI, and the best part is; there is no need for the user to do anything.

Gaimin’s platform is an untapped solution that allows gamers to receive in-game assets as well as passive income just by keeping their computer on.  The procedure to render CGI and mining coins is very simple: gaimin.io automatically starts after a designated period of inactivity and conversely, it automatically turns off when the user resumes work or play on the PC. While the system is running, immense computation power is gathered, stored and used for a variety of rendering processes within the CGI world.  It’s not limited to just CGI, computational power is in high demand and at a shortage; everything from nuclear generators to national defense systems require computational power.  The technology also searches for the best coins in the crypto space that the user’s system can handle, and then it converts them into stable coin, depending on current data and trends. A solution so simple, yet so powerful.

This platform was created when the developers discovered the need for everyday computational power, especially for rendering CGI and that 9 out of 10 PC gamers found mining cryptocurrency too complicated or they didn’t have time to mine coins manually. Gaming PCs these days are too powerful to not take advantage of their computation power and mining capabilities, so they made a simple program that can get gamers into this space by a click of a button.