This page shows information regarding BOINC projects on the Gridcoin Network. A project on the whitelist are rewarded for the share of work within that project on the Gridcoin Team. A project can be voted in or out at any given time by the community via the polls.

Please refer to the Gridcoin Projects Forum for help.

Team users that still does work, and could receive a reward for it, but has not advertised their precesence on the network with a Beacon are presented as Team Users w/o Beacon.

Team Users Total:

19512

Team Users w/ Magnitude:

1773

Team Users w/o Beacon:

3187

Superblock Last:

1084548

Superblock Age:

1 day, 1 hour, 22 minutes, 28 seconds ago

Included Projects:

25

Excluded Projects:

0

Past Projects:

30
Below list houses all availbale projects that gives rewards on the Gridcoin Network. Your reward are based on how much work you do, compared to how much work the team has done on each individual project. Each Project rewards equally much regardles of the amount of users. A Project with low participation may give a higher reward.

A Project needs to supply Gridcoin users with a constant supply of Work Units (WUs), failure to do so may result in delisting of the Project after a poll. Make sure you check that your current projects are on this list to get rewards.

The "Excluded Projects" list are projects that has failed to be inclueded in the latest superblock, rewards will not be generated for these projects until they are inclueded again. This may happen because the project servers are down or it was voted out by the community. Please refer to the Gridcoin Projects Forum for more details.

The "Past Projects" list are projects that has been exluded for longer than 2 weeks.
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Project Name WUs

Available

WUs

In Progress

Team

RAC

Team

Users

YafuWebpage 1,187 2,101 4,444,286 495
SrbaseWebpage 341,102 147,195 5,464,286 422
GpugridWebpage 157 3,252 84,763,390 2745
MoowrapWebpage 2,852 106,679 41,944,320 1344
Tn-gridWebpage 3,250 61,124 1,834,286 528
Nfs@homeWebpage 1,827,992 98,548 4,460,000 1175
PrimegridWebpage 55,612 304,501 49,231,390 2240
Seti@homeWebpage 588,451 4,479,437 4,860,000 4864
Yoyo@homeWebpage 6,323 24,195 2,252,857 1392
Enigma@homeWebpage 1,999 225,792 47,565,250 1771
Rosetta@homeWebpage -1 -1 2,740,000 5048
Einstein@homeWebpage 41,916 593,424 53,110,630 3105
Milkyway@homeWebpage 715 397,593 34,843,740 4069
Universe@homeWebpage 287,689 68,627 6,498,571 1472
Asteroids@homeWebpage 235,057 288,326 7,848,571 4008
Cosmology@homeWebpage 952 74,714 1,614,286 1891
Theskynet PogsWebpage 139 104,790 4,412,857 1453
Amicable NumbersWebpage 2,180 10,226 52,840,650 642
Lhc@home ClassicWebpage 581 23,342 830,000 2621
Numberfields@homeWebpage 23,117 35,966 4,142,857 1086
Vgtu Project@homeWebpage 91 31,111 1,950,000 545
Collatz ConjectureWebpage 832 75,393 262,924,150 1384
Drugdiscovery@homeWebpage 667,120 128,216 2,428,571 468
Citizen Science GridWebpage 265 36,225 24,207,570 1717
World Community GridWebpage -1 -1 3,128,571 2561
Project Name Last Seen
Project Name Last Seen
Albert@homeWebpage 2016-06-12
Atlas@homeWebpage 2017-04-04
Bitcoin UtopiaWebpage 2016-05-25
BurpWebpage 2017-01-03
Cas@homeWebpage 2016-06-12
Climate PredictionWebpage 2017-10-12
Climateprediction.netWebpage 2015-11-10
Constellation 2015-07-28
Convector 2015-07-17
Denis@homeWebpage 2016-07-06
Distributed Data MiningWebpage 2015-11-10
DistributeddataminingWebpage 2017-10-12
Edges@home 2015-07-28
Find@homeWebpage 2015-12-02
Gridcoin Finance 2016-08-27
Leiden ClassicalWebpage 2017-10-12
Lhc@homeWebpage 2015-11-10
Malaria Control 2016-02-11
Malariacontrol.net 2015-11-10
Mindmodeling@homeWebpage 2016-11-27
Moo! WrapperWebpage 2015-11-10
Poem@homeWebpage 2016-11-02
PrimaboincaWebpage 2015-07-17
Quake Catcher NetworkWebpage 2015-07-17
Sat@homeWebpage 2016-11-27
Seti@home Beta 2015-07-30
SourcefinderWebpage 2017-08-04
Sztaki Desktop GridWebpage 2017-10-12
VlhcathomeWebpage 2017-02-02
Wuprop@home 2016-08-03
More BOINC related news and updates can be read under each project. Below are the last 12 updates from all active projects.

SRBase - 3 years review

The project has passed the third year. Compared with last years the following process was made: 2014-2015 - 87M WUs processed, 1 base solved, 314 bases unstarted 2015-2016 - 88M WUs processed, 5 bases solved, 297 bases unstarted 2016-2017 - 99M WUs processed, 5 bases solved, 282 bases unstarted in total - 274M WUs processed, 11 bases solved, 282 bases unstarted The computing power was beyond the 40TFLOP mark. KEP is still working on a more precise stats overview and will be released maybe in January 2018 so stay tuned. The next upcoming llr app will have a new gwnum lib with full AMD Ryzen support but I dont know when it will be released. Due the lack of available sievefiles there are some gaps in the work generation. The remaining primes for these bases are very high, the tests are going over a million. The project cannot handle so many files into one folder thats why they must be splitted into some batches. The yoyo@home project took over the sieving part for CRUS / SRBase. More and more new sievefiles will be available in the future in a short time period. If you want to help there enable sieving in prefs. A big thx to the Gridcoin team for the amazing computing power in the past months and of course all the other users / teams spend their power to bring the project forward. For those who are interested in the public paper for SRBase this is now ready for [Link] download.. I will add a link on the frontpage soon. If you have any questions about it let us discuss this in th...

By srbase at 2017-11-18

Pierre de Fermat's Birthday Challenge in 12 hours!

In less than 12 hours, PrimeGrid's three day [Link] Pierre de Fermat's Birthday Challenge will begin. For the first time ever, this challenge will feature the three smallest Generalized Fermat projects, GFN-15, GFN-16, and GFN-17-Low. Head on over to the the [Link] challenge's forum thread for more information and discussion. Good luck!

By primegrid at 2017-11-17

Fill out a survey to help Cosmology@Home

Hi everyone, graduate student Lo Lee and Professor Peter Darch of the University of Illinois (where we got our start back in 2007) are conducting a survey of Cosmology@Home users for their research. If you have a moment, we'd appreciate if you could fill in the survey at [Link] https://illinois.edu/sb/sec/2695704. Your (completely anonymous and confidential) responses may also help us guide the design of Cosmology@Home in the future. Many thanks!

By cosmology@home at 2017-11-16

Online questionnaire about citizen science and volunteer computing

Please help Lo Lee, a first-year doctoral student from Library and Information Science at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, by filling in an [Link] online survey about Einstein@Home and BOINC. Lo Lee is doing a project on citizen science that aims to assess to what extent citizen science can be designed as an inclusive online learning environment to embrace volunteer diversity.[Link] read more

By einstein@home at 2017-11-15

Announcing: Fewer Announcements!

In 2018, we are changing our policies regarding announcement of significant prime discoveries. We're raising the bar so that announcements once again are something special and not just "the prime of the week." Details and discussion can be found [Link] here.

By primegrid at 2017-11-14

Another PPS-Mega Prime!

On 13 November 2017, 00:26:44 UTC, PrimeGrid’s PPS Mega Prime Search project found the Mega Prime: [Link] 943*2^3442990+1 The prime is 1,036,447 digits long and will enter [Link] Chris Caldwell's The Largest Known Primes Database ranked 208th overall. The discovery was made by Joshua Charles Campbell ([Link] Warp Zero) of Canada using an Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-7700K CPU @ 4.20GHz with 64GB RAM, running Linux. This computer took about 42 minutes to complete the primality test using multithreaded LLR. Joshua is a member of the [Link] Canada team. The prime was verified on 13 November 2017, 18:22:32 UTC by Jon Goral ([Link] [KWSN]John Galt 007) of the United States using an Intel(R) Core(TM) i7 940 CPU @ 2.93GHz with 24GB RAM, running Microsoft Windows 10. This computer took about 6 hour 76 minutes to complete the primality test using LLR. Jon is a member of [Link] The Knights Who Say Ni! team. For more details, please see the [Link] official announcement.

By primegrid at 2017-11-14

base S263 cancelled (average app)

I have forgot to change and removed all WUs, 200 WUs were sent out before I noticed that. Please abort all of this batch. Sorry for the trouble.

By srbase at 2017-11-12

[wildlife] maintenance issue

When our systems went down last thursday it looks like there was an issue mounting the storage that housed the imagery and video. They're working on this and hope to have a fix soon. Unfortunately this was done right before a holiday weekend, so the fix might not happen until monday.

By citizen science grid at 2017-11-11

Database slowness

We're having some as yet unexplained slowness with the our BOINC database. There don't seem to be any hardware issues. Temperatures are running normal and all the drives seem good. Yet for some reason the query that fills the "ready to send" queue is running about 10 times slower than it normally does. Until I get it fixed, it means that on average we're sending out 3 workunits a second rather than 30+. I'll let you know when I've got it figured out.

By seti@home at 2017-11-11

Enhanced statistics for the Siever app

On the Siever status page you see now on which base we are working and how they are progressing.

By yoyo@home at 2017-11-10

New multicore app and WUs

Dears, we would like to test our new CPU multicore application for quantum chemistry tasks ("QC"). Since it’s the first time we have a CPU app out, I’ll test the behavior of GPUGRID with a relatively large batch that you will see soon. Workunits are named "*QC309big*". Here’s some features of the app, in short (subject to change): * Platform: Linux only for now, generic x64. * Threads: as many as Boinc decides. I guess it depends on your machine, your preferences, and other running tasks in ways which are obscure to me… * Run time: about 1 CPU hour per WU (so, shorter if multithreading) * Credit: computed with the default algorithm (tasks are short, don’t expect much). Bonus mechanism for fast turnaround is still on. * Known bugs: restarts and checkpoints. This should be mitigated with the “keep in memory when suspended” option. Sorry about that, it’s outside of our control. * Network behavior: the first time you get a WU of this kind it downloads a Python interpreter (miniconda) and then some open-source packages, and installs them in the project directory. The installation is reused whenever possible. * Disk usage: could go around 1 GB, perhaps more when tasks are running. Resetting the project should remove everything. * Memory usage: should be around 1 GB when running. Depending on the results of this test, we’ll start thinking about other platforms. Thanks and nice crunching! Toni

By gpugrid at 2017-11-10

Perfect Cuboid: Starting skipped range with more cuboids

In the Perfect Cuboid subproject we have added per user statistics of found cuboids, as well as subproject status page was extended by the common statistics. 11 November at 11:11 UTC we are going to launch the 0-10T range which we skipped from the beginning, which contains almost the same amount of cuboids we've already discovered, and throw out 4 times shorter tasks to give an opportunity for all concerned users to put into the personal statistics a large number of cuboids. So, don't miss the start time.

By yoyo@home at 2017-11-09


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