Neuromorphic.io MONTHLY (10.1 - 10.31.2020)

Today we would like to inform our community about the latest developments in our company.

Technological development

We have been able to significantly advance our research activities in the field of blockchain-based neuromorphic computing technology. At the present time we have used over 800 papers as the basis for our research. Our theoretical and computer-aided experiments with our data have already achieved great success and showed us that we are very close to our goal. Due to the high complexity of our research field, however, it will take longer than planned to design high-performance computing units that contain the blockchain as a key component. In order to accelerate this, we are now including further research approaches and research results in our active research. This new work includes the following scientific articles and approaches: Multistage opto-neuromorphic process system based on commercial optoelectric devices (Minku Choi, Minjong Lee, Bowon Lee, Young TackLee); Structural plasticity on an accelerated analog neuromorphic hardware system (Sebastian Billaudellea, Benjamin Cramera, Mihai A. Petroviciac, Korbinian Schreiber, David Kappel, Johannes Schemmela, Karlheinz Meiera); Self-powered high-sensitivity sensory memory actuated by triboelectric sensory receptor for real-time neuromorphic computing (Yaqian Liu, Wenyu Yang, Yujie Yan, Xiaomin Wu, Xiumei Wang, Yilun Zhou, Yuanyuan Hu, Huipeng Chen, Tailiang Guo); Neuromorphic computing systems based on flexible organic electronics (Scott T. Keene, Paschalis Gkoupidenis, Yoeri van deBurgt); Neuropod: A real-time neuromorphic spiking CPG applied to robotics (Daniel Gutierrez-Galan, Juan P. Dominguez-Morales, Fernando Perez-Peña, Angel Jimenez-Fernandez, Alejandro Linares-Barranco); Two-dimensional materials for synaptic electronics and neuromorphic systems (Shuiyuan Wang, David WeiZhang PengZhou); Insect-inspired neuromorphic computing (Thomas Dalgaty, Elisa Vianello, Barbara De Salvo, Jerome Casas); Synaptic silicon-nanocrystal phototransistors for neuromorphic computing (Lei Yin, Cheng Han, Qingtian Zhang, Zhenyi Ni, Shuangyi Zhao, Kun Wang, Dongsheng Li, Mingsheng Xu, Huaqiang Wu, Xiaodong Pi, Whose Yang); Three dimensional memristor-based neuromorphic computing system and its application to cloud robotics (Hongyu Ana, Jialing Li, Ying Li, Xin Fu, Yang Yi); A scalable method of parallel tasks after the extension of machine systems based on equal change rate (Guosun Zeng, Huanliang Xiong, Canghai Wu); Plasticity and Adaptation in Neuromorphic Biohybrid Systems (Richard George, Michela Chiappalone, Michele Giugliano, Timothée Levi, Stefano Vassanelli, Johannes Partzsch, Christian Mayr); Data and Power Efficient Intelligence with Neuromorphic Learning Machines (Emre O. Neftci).

By enriching these research approaches, we will be able to accelerate the development of our blockchain-based neuromorphic computing technology.

Changes in our Company

Due to the events of the past few months, we have made some internal personnel changes. Our resigned managing director made it possible for us to take over all important legal and financial tasks without any problems, which is why we do not have to fear any negative effects in the long term. Due to the Covid-19 developments in Chechia and the associated lockdown, setting up a company in Chechia is taking longer than planned. However, we have already determined a new business base in Prague and will be able to move into the office units at the beginning of next year. Along with this, we will convene the new managing director at the beginning of next year. Until then, we will be represented by an authorized signatory who will continue the operative business.

Token Distribution and Circulating Supply

We have been able to receive further funding in the last few weeks, which is why we do not need any further funds through the sale of NMP tokens. For this reason, we will continue to keep the blocked tokens. As a result, we have reduced the circulating supply by over 6 percent. There are currently only 1,500,000 NMP tokens in circulation and can be traded.

The following structure of the tokens are currently valid:

  • Circulating Supply: 1,500,000 NMP
  • Locked Tokens: 8,500,000 NMP

Detailed Overview:

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