Innercore replaces traditional cloud providers, giving decentralized application developers an easy way to deploy and power their custom DApps throughout the decentralized internet.

Simple

Developers can easily deploy their custom DApps to the decentralized internet via our Gateway, whereafter their DApp will be powered by our network of decentralized computing resources.

Scalable

The network of decentralized computing resources comprises a collective of globally distributed and independent humans running various types of hardware and operating systems.

Targeted

Developer specified filtering criteria ensures only desired resource providers and specific types of devices are eligible to power their DApps.

Tokenized

Our token (CORES) & Smart Exchange power our micro economy and streamline payments between developers and resource providers.

Our goal is to make deploying and powering decentralized applications as easy as deploying and powering centralized applications.

Evolving from Centralized to Decentralized

Backend infrastructure is changing. Decentralized app developers can no longer push their software to a single server instance in the cloud. Instead, a large number of independent individuals must provide decentralized computing resources to applications in parallel. We help developers get their applications in the hands of resource providers who then power the app in a decentralized manner, effectively deploying and powering the app throughout the decentralized internet.

Tokenized Economics

Resource providers are compensated in two ways. First, they receive native DApp tokens when their device performs tasks on behalf of the application. Additionally, they also receive our token, CORES, which are awarded based on the amount of time they run the DApp software. CORES, which are also provided by the developer, ensure a predictable minimum payment that encourages resource providers to start and continue serving on behalf of DApps.

1. Develop

The developer completes the DApp and packages it for distribution using traditional methods.

2. Enroll

The developer enrolls the DApp with Innercore and specifies desired computing resource criteria.

3. Deploy

Resource providers deploy the DApp and power it as a decentralized collective.

4. Pay

Resource providers are paid for their contributions by the developer with native DApp tokens and CORES.


Innercore's Gateway serves as a bridge between application developers and the decentralized internet. Developers publish their application through the Gateway, whereafter their application is powered by Innercore's network of decentralized computing resources. These resources are provided by a collective of independent and globally distributed individuals and their respective devices.

Decentralized Networks are Inherently Human

Unlike centralized networks, which are governed almost exclusively by technology, building a decentralized network is a different type of challenge.

Forming the thousands of human relationships necessary to create a robust network of decentralized computing resources is a huge task for developers. This is why we're building the network and pairing it with a platform that developers can tap into easily. We want to make deploying DApps in a decentralized manner as easy as deploying software to a centralized server.


Paving the Way for Resource Providers

Low Barriers to Entry

Anyone with a device capable of running DApps can help advance the decentralized internet by becoming a resource provider. DApps run in the background of devices in a non-intrusive manner, so resource providers barely even know they're there.

Guaranteed Compensation

Mining Bitcoin is a risky proposition. It's possible Bitcoin miners will exert a great deal of effort and receive nothing. However, individuals who provide computing resources to DApps via Innercore are guaranteed to receive compensation commensurate with the time served powering each respective DApp, and possibly much more.


Decentralized Computing Resources Power More Than Blockchain

Blockchains

File Storage

CPU Processing

Futures Markets

Bandwidth Sharing

Distributed DBs

Shared Consensus

GPU Calculations

Live Streaming

Email

Social Networking

& Many More...

Innercore's platform fuses traditional and decentralized components to create a pragmatic offering that serves the needs of tomorrow's decentralized applications.

The Core 5 Components

The above elements work in tandem to create a holistic offering for developers and resource providers. The Smart Exchange enables the programmatic, on-demand purchase and sale of our token, CORES. The Gateway connects developers to our network of decentralized computing resources. The decentralized payment proxy governs payments between developers and resource providers. Auditing ensures that resources are provided and paid for in legitimate manner. And Analytics reports usage and financials to developers and providers.

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Innercore was originally founded in 1999, providing application infrastructure services to large-scale web applications.

Innercore's Founder and History of Empowering Developers

Innercore's founder, David Gentzel, has been a serial entrepreneur for the last 20 years. He has single-handedly created web, facebook, and mobile apps that have been installed by tens of millions of users, and has also co-founded multiple developer services startups which have grossed tens of millions of dollars before being acquired (one is now owned by Groupon). His experience as both a developer and a creator of services for developers positions him well to build offerings that are both pragmatic from a business perspective and useful from a developer perspective.

David created the original iteration of Innercore in 1999. At the time, it uniquely powered large-scale web applications that were ill-served by traditional web hosting. Thereafter, David pursued several other successful ventures, but Innercore is restarting operations and in its second iteration will serve the same mission of empowering developers. However, instead of providing centralized computing resources to centralized web applications, it will provide a unique solution to decentralized applications that require decentralized computing resources.

Our SCO (seed coin offering) is smaller than a traditional ICO, and is designed to raise only what is absolutely required to launch and propel the platform to natural profitability.

Introducing Innercore's SCO (seed coin offering) and CORES, Innercore's Utility Token

price

$0.004*

pre-sale

active now

start date

June 1, 2018

hard cap

200 million CORES

SCO vs ICO

The people behind Innercore have bootstrapped companies to profitability and have also raised funding through multiple rounds of venture capital. While money can be a blessing, it can also be a curse. We believe the best strategy for Innercore is to raise the minimum amount required to give the platform a chance to become naturally profitable. If we can achieve this milestone, we'll be in the most fiscally sound position possible, can control our financial future, and will not feel the need to spend excess time and capital on initiatives that are not core to the company's mission.

Reserve Your Spot

Due to the smaller nature of the offering (less than $1 million USD), demand may exceed availability. We recommend that interested parties join our whitelist to effectively reserve the right to participate.

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Bonus Tokens and Referral Bounties

Bonus CORES will be awarded based on the time of purchase. Additionally, bounty ETH will be paid to individuals who refer SCO participants to us. More information is available on the Token Sale page.

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Our whitepaper describes everything everything outlined on our site in greater detail - especially CORES and their unique role within Innercore's platform as a true utility token.

Innercore Whitepaper (updated March 26th, 2018)

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