Feng: The purpose of the AIGC competition is to expand DBC’s application scenarios and bringing in more users, DBC is ready for such an event.
Lee: The AIGC competition will need a Committee, which consists of 5 teams. The product technical team, the marketing & PR team, the finance & support team, the ecosystem team and the judge panel team. Each will have their own responsibilities and budgets will be distributed to them. We urge DBC Council members to consider joining the Committee to contribute and, we hope that this process will further activate our Council so that as a DAO, DBC’s governance can be improved.
Feng: DeepLink’s next function to be launched will be the function for users to share games on their computer with other people using DeepLink, and earn revenue. See below roadmap: April 21st-28th support DBC wallet; April 28th — May 5th support equipment listing; May 12th- 19th support NFT; May 19th — June 2nd support ios system and game sharing; June 2nd — 30th support individual computer and Internet Café computer sharing.
Working with the top chain Internet Café in Korea and planning to launch 500 GPUs in the first DBC data center in Korea.
Andrew is currently helping traditional Internet Cafes to transition into Cloud Internet Cafes. The biggest issue in Vietnam right now is there aren’t enough GPUs, DBC founder, Feng, will be in Vietnam after his conferences in HongKong.
Working with chain Internet Cafe in Chengdu, China, the Café has 600k members and over 20 branches. Currently on improving user experience.
Q: Are there any other business model that are similar to DBC and DeepLink in the world right now?
A: Strictly speaking, no. Because technical wise it’s simply too hard, it’ll take them a long time to get to where we are now if they start now. But there are similar projects that are centralized.
Q: If a person connect their computer to the DeepLink network and rent out their GPU power, does this count as being part of the DBC computing power pool?
A: No. Only GPU(s) that rent to users for long-term usage will be counted into the DBC reward for computing pools; but short-term leases for DeepLink will be rewarded with DeepLink token.