The TEA Project features two tokens, TEA and Camellia (CML). The CML token is an NFT that, besides functioning as a store of value for investors, is also used by miners to activate their mining nodes. CML can therefore generate TEA through mining, and CML holders can use their NFTs…

Market Size Estimation (Absolute or Benchmark)

The TEA Project aims to disrupt traditional centralized cloud computing through its decentralized model of distributed computing nodes. To estimate the possible market share the TEA Project could achieve, it’s useful to look at other centralized cloud providers as well as competitors in the Web3 space.

Market Cap of Popular Web3 Decentralized Computing Projects

The TEA in TEA Project stands for Trusted Execution and Attestation. The TEA Project places great emphasis on Trust, as running a dApp on the platform means trusting a remote node where you don’t know where in the world it’s located, who owns it, what’s loaded in its memory and…

Talks Started for New Funding Round

Talks are underway to secure the TEA Project’s next funding round. We’ve talked to 7 funds so far in January 2022, with more meetings scheduled. The funds will help the team hire more developers and a marketing team to help publicize our project. The TEA Project has a longer-term time…

WebAssembly (WASM) is a newly designed portable and virtual ISA. There are many features worth a separate lengthy post, but let’s focus on some of its security features.

WASM Security Features

Let’s look at a small example to see how these security features come…

TEA Uses IPFS as a File System

TEA modules do not allow saving anything to its local storage outside of temporary memory cache. All data is required to be stored in the IPFS node that it’s connected to. For the TEA Project, IPFS acts as its file system. Being publicly accessible means that anyone can access the…

The TEA Project aims to host a large variety of rich dApps running secure and decentralized on its network. Called TApps in the TEA ecosystem, any TApp’s success depends on the interplay of how well the application is designed and how much consumers demand its use case. A TApp might…

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