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Green Energy Blockchain Mining Project Partners with ‘3D’ Blockchain

Mining for the Masses, Simplified! (PRNewsfoto/Foleum)

Foleum, a hybrid wind and solar blockchain mining data centre, has announces a partnership with Nexus, a three-dimensional blockchain. Nexus is generating the next evolution of blockchain protocol by utilizing three different consensus channels – witnessing, stake weights, and proof-of-work – systems that work together to simultaneously verify and lock transactions into the chain and create blocks. Integrating advanced cryptography also makes the 3DC resistant to quantum attacks, creating an extremely secure digital currency. Nexus will be launching nanosatellites (cubesats) into low Earth orbit and building a ground-based support system to create a mesh network that links the blockchain with communications technology, providing a decentralized internet. The company focuses on three core principles: efficient and scalable code, enhanced security, and revolutionary hardware networks.

The Nexus 3DC claims to be the most energy-efficient consensus system to date. In addition, the Nexus Lower Level Database (LLD) provides dynamic data retrieval, enabling the partitioning of the 3D blockchain across nodes, reducing blockchain bloat. The company’s concern for the environment and desire to minimize its carbon footprint have led to its partnership with Foleum, which will generate the majority of its own mining power with renewable resources. Foleum will provide Nexus with statistical data, environmental impact services, and other areas of work as the parameters of the Nexus project evolve.

Foleum is a community-based blockchain mining project designed to generate majority of its own power using green hybrid technologies, creating a decentralized blockchain future that is ecologically sustainable and profitable for the community. Both companies aim to benefit the community and the wider world, being for the people, and being positive forces for creating a changing world from economic, humanitarian, and environmental aspects.


Matthew Warner
Based near Windsor, England, Matthew Warner is an enthusiast for innovative, cutting edge technologies. He is a B.Eng. graduate in engineering with honors from the University of Warwick and also holds an PGCE in education degree. Matthew is a member of Mensa.