In a bid to revolutionize the realm of computing resources, renowned decentralized network Aleph.im announced today, the launch of Twentysix Cloud, an all-in-one decentralized cloud marketplace.
Powered by Aleph.im’s Decentralized Physical Infrastructure Network (DePIN), Twentysix Cloud sets a new standard for modern cloud infrastructures by seamlessly integrating blockchain-based storage, compute engine, indexing, and AI solutions. The platform is renowned for providing scalable, high-performance resources across various blockchains, particularly in AI, DeFi, and gaming industries.
Twentysix Cloud’s decentralized design caters to the evolving needs of businesses and developers, providing a versatile environment that connects on-chain and off-chain data while eliminating centralized points of failure. The platform operates on a Pay-As-You-Go (PAYG) model, offering users flexibility in resource usage and lower costs due to its distributed nature.
Jonathan Schemoul, co-founder and CEO of Aleph.im, expressed excitement about the introduction of the PAYG model, stating, “Our mission is to contribute to the open-cloud industry and drive innovation across the space, providing new ways to build, deploy, and scale more effective models for AI.”
Notably, Twentysix Cloud leverages Avalanche C-chain and Superfluid for optimal payment solutions, allowing users to pay in ALEPH, the native token of the network, or stablecoins. The platform enhances its integration with EVM blockchains like Avalanche to facilitate global streaming payments, ensuring a seamless PAYG system across independent node operators.
Schemoul emphasized Twentysix Cloud’s commitment to user privacy: “Our product will incorporate DeFi components to facilitate stablecoin transactions and include fiat gateways to enhance ease of use.”
In addition to its advanced capabilities, Twentysix Cloud and Aleph.im prioritize GDPR compliance, ensuring the secure storage of personal data across 80+ core channel nodes and 250+ compute resource nodes. This guarantees that users retain ownership of their uploaded documents and metadata.