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Secure your Golem assets with the most trusted hardware wallet. Cold storage wallets are typically encrypted devices that store users' Golem assets offline, providing a layer of security against the evolving threats emerging from being connected to the Internet.




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How to manage Golem with Ledger devices

Secure your Golem (GNT)

Secure multiple assets, including Golem using a Ledger Hardware Wallet.
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What is Golem (GNT)

Golem is an Ethereum-based decentralized marketplace for computing resources. As an open-source network for users looking to buy/sell computing power, Golem pools together a global network of resources to rival centralized cloud computing counterparts.

Hailed as a “decentralized supercomputer,” Golem functions on the premise that users can rent computing power from providers to complete computationally-intensive tasks at low cost and using its native GNT token.

Golem (GNT) features

Golem was one of the more high-profile projects to officially launch as a decentralized application (dapp) on Ethereum -- with its ERC-20 token, GNT serving as the unit of account and medium of exchange in the network. At a high level, users download the Golem client on their computer, and can buy/sell additional computational resources and execute specific tasks using them at a lower cost than central cloud computing networks like AWS.

For example, Alice can rent additional processing capacity from Bob’s server cluster to render CGI animations that Alice otherwise does not have the requisite computing power to render. Bob receives the native GNT token in return for distributing his spare computing power to Alice, who pays to rent the additional capacity for her specific animation task.

Golem’s network is comprised of the aggregate power of user devices willing to share extra computing power, and can theoretically grow to compute more complex functions with more power. The Golem team is also working on expanding the prowess of the network’s task variety, including the eventual ability to perform machine learning algorithms that can curate massive data sets like genomics.

Golem’s GNT token supply is capped at 1 billion, and there are roughly 965 million in circulating supply.

One of the long-term visions of blockchain technology is to democratize access to financial resources. Golem is striving to democratize access to vast pools of computational power -- empowering individuals and small enterprises in the process.

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