Network Units – NU Play Decentralized Multiplayer Games To Mine?
The biggest challenge that we are facing today in realm of ‘digital technology’ is the security aspect of crypto currencies. In order to maintain a legal, profitable venture in this realm, it is of utmost importance that the all of the components of the blockchain are scrutinized and can be accounted for.
About Network Units
Network Unit or NU is an all new ‘crypto token’ that will serve as the fuel for running the NU Network. The network is a ‘decentralized multiplayer infrastructure’ that has been devised to ensure that the system remains stable and self sustainable.
Not only that, Network Unit tokens can also be used by developers so as to help create a potent “Multiplayer Infrastructure” on a multitude of devices and form factors. As a result of this, we will be able to see a lowering of costs and increased savings for developers, thereby allowing them to make content that is not only unique, but also features intricate design and complexity.
Additionally, it has been stated on the official Network Unit website that all ‘Service Providers’ participating on the network are required to make use of Nu Tokens in order to help contribute towards the ‘ultra fast infrastructure’ that has been envisioned by the company. If they fail to do so, a verification system will charge them penalties.
Why Choose This Service?
Simply put, the Network Units Platform features some new means of mining tokens which make the entire process more profitable and easy. These include:
- Utility Sharing: one unique method that NU uses is that of allowing people to become a Service Provider within the network. Participants can then contribute to the Network Units infrastructure by “sharing their unused bandwidth and processing power.”
- Account Linking: users have full freedom to connect their wallets with their gaming account so as to become an ‘Active Client’ and earn tokens.
Who Should Use Network Units?
In relation to the company, the role of a Service Provider is to basically provide the mainframe computer with their their unused bandwidth and processing power. For their services, Service Providers get rewards in the form of NU tokens that can then be used for various payments.
However, in order to promote security and verify uptime, random checks will be done in order to see if members are online at their required time periods or not. Poor performing nodes will be required to pay a penalty that will then be awarded to the verifiers
These clients are mostly gamers that have made a choice to link their wallets with their gaming accounts. This helps increase security and acts as a second level of verification for Service Providers. This process also helps helps strengthen the central NU infrastructure, thereby allowing for a better digital ecosystem.
Additional Details To Keep In Mind
Network Units has been designed in order to be fully integratable onto platforms like Unity for 3D, 2D, VR, Holographic and AR games. The interface is easy to configure and can be integrated quite simply via the use of a free package “which will be made available on the Unity asset store”. In addition to this, the platform will be completely compatible with all Android, iOS, Windows and Mac based devices.
According to data available on the company’s website, Network Units is actively considering “integration with Unreal Engine” and thus encourages users to give feedback on this matter.” Interested customers can send in their opinion by emailing company representatives.
Network Units ICO Details
The Pre Sale begins on the 8th of November 2017 (13:00 UTC) and ends on the 23 rd of December 2017 (13:00 UTC). The token rate per ETH has been set at 500 NU. Additionally, there has been a presale Hard Cap that has been set at 10,000 ETH. The minimum goal for the project to move forward has been set at 500 ETH.