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Leonardo Render
As the blockchain attains significant coverage for its disruptive potential, new platforms and use cases are being tested for their efficacy and efficiency. That’s a natural part of the hype cycle that surrounds a new technology. Pundits and marketing managers push its potential while the platform’s actual capabilities tend to be much more modest – especially in the beginning.
When it comes to blockchain technology, some of these tests are going better than others. Many blockchain-based platforms are deservedly criticized for making promises that far outpace their actual capabilities.
Of course, other platforms are proving the promise of blockchain technology.
Leonardo Render, a blockchain-based started that applies the mining capacity of the blockchain ecosystem to perform graphics rendering services, recently completed a network benchmarking test ahead of its public token sale next month, and the results were very encouraging.
The network tests, which evaluated Leonardo Render’s own rendering capacity, as well as the capabilities of industry competitors, was revealing in two ways.
First, the testing proved the market’s urgent need for blockchain-powered cloud rendering services as several platforms failed to produce adequate results. In addition, it validates the efficacy of Leonardo Render’s platform and technological capabilities.


An Industry Not Ready to Perform

To test their network against competitors including Amazon Web Services (Renderbot), Fox Render Farm, Turborender, RebusFarm, Paperspace, RenderRocket, Render4You, vsocloud, Render Street, BlenderGrid, and Anima Render.
These platforms produced a surprising lack of viability, especially given the cadre of big-name companies encapsulating the industry. In fact, only three of the eleven platforms were usable enough to complete testing.
Instead, they were plagued by sign-on issues, overly complicated tutorials (including a 30-page manual for a simple platform procedure), and failed processes. In the end, only one platform successfully performed the task as expected.
Those results aren’t just startling for companies like Leonardo Render. Blockchain exhaustion is overtaking some consumers who are growing weary of hearing about “the next big thing.” It’s critical to remember that the next big thing is needed now. The technology landscape needs to improve on existing systems to facilitate growth in the digital age.

Outpaced and Outpriced

One of the primary value propositions for the blockchain is that it doesn’t just perform tasks more competently than traditional, centralized infrastructures, it performs them more affordably.
This round of testing included rendering BMW benchmark scenes and the Blender standard, Koro. In addition to Leonardo Render’s completed analysis, three other services successfully rendered test images. The Koro benchmark scenes took the other platforms 15-20 minutes to complete, and the effort cost $1. Meanwhile, the BMW took three minutes and cost $0.20.
Although it’s a relatively new platform that’s still in the pre-launch stages, Leonardo Render’s efforts were significantly faster and cheaper. The Koro image rendered in seven minutes and cost only $0.22, and the BMW image was completed in two minutes at the cost of just $0.06.
In short, Leonardo Render’s images rendered in less than half the time, and the platform was considerably less expensive than other more established options.
Mckinsey and Company, a research and consulting firm that advises on blockchain adoption, notes, “Many have likened the revolutionary possibilities of blockchain technology to those of the internet, such as its perceived capacity to transform the ways in which people and businesses cooperate.” In many ways, this is the grand opportunity posed by the blockchain movement, and it’s being realized as capable platforms emerge on the scene.
Conceptually, Leonardo Render’s recent benchmarks represent the best of what the blockchain and the innovative companies that develop on top of its technology can provide as the decentralized ecosystem comes into fruition. New platforms with a compelling product that addresses a real problem are poised inherit the hype that accompanies a technological movement that many describe as the third iteration of the internet. For those that can actually perform, the decentralized future is theirs to embrace.


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