Censorship-resistant, permission-less, and self-sovereign, Akash DeCloud is a faster, more efficient, and lower cost cloud built for DeFi, decentralized projects, and high growth companies, providing unprecedented scale, flexibility, and price performance. Up to 10x lower in cost, our serverless computing platform is compatible with all cloud providers and all applications that run on the cloud.
Simplified code deployment with dynamically managed resource allocation.
Federated control plane that is multi-cloud, multi-chain, and multi-token.
Secure & Private
Fault tolerance, scaling, and management of workloads.
Physical servers supplied by Cloud Service Providers and organizations with spare capacity.
Simple, scalable, and secure
Deploy, secure, and scale your application in minutes without having to set up, configure, or manage servers.
Compute for a fraction of the price
Save up to 10x on your cloud bill. With no middleman, cloud providers compete to host your workloads, greatly reducing your costs.
Any cloud, any token, anywhere
Our human-centric design is optimized to easily integrate with your favorite tools, bringing your design and development teams closer together.
We realized early on that a decentralized cloud marketplace enabled by Interledger is going to be disruptive to centralized cloud platforms. By Partnering with Akash, we are able to tap into their many years of experience at the cutting edge of cloud technology to bring the vision to life.
Stefan Thomas | CEO, Coil & Co-Creator Interledger
A perfect opportunity for Packet. When we have spare capacity, we can sell it through Akash’s blockchain marketplace, ensuring complete utilization of our cloud servers.
Jacob Smith | SVP, Packet
Nishad Singh Nishad__Singh 12/11
Earlier this week, Akash — the first decentralized cloud computing marketplace — hosted a Serum DEX UI as its first DeFi app. https://bit.ly/38pUvE9
Pretty neat that Serum got to claim that spot in DeFi history.
I am pretty sure @akashnet_ will build a $AKT / $RUNE bridge to @thorchain_org at some point and provide deep liquidity. It just makes sense. One more building block to unstoppable stack: unstoppable exchange.