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Ideally, GPGPU stands for General Purpose Graphics Processing Units. It is widely being used in a wide range of computation jobs. This is certainly a leading profession and thankfully, experts can start working online, courtesy of Freelancer.com.
GPGPU is used to handle a wide variety of computation jobs for computer graphics. It is also extensively used for most applications that were traditionally performed by the CPU. GPGPU is becoming an important aspect in different business strategies, particularly accessing and programming and although not widely embraced as of yet, it is deemed to be a force to reckon with in the future.
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CUDA - GPU - Algorithm The project must be able to generate bitcoin private keys using GPU Processing randomly. Once the the private key is generated, the gpu must also extract the public bitcoin address from the private key and compare to a static string. If there is no match, the cycle must continue in the GPU until a match is found for the provided address. If there's a match the application must stop and show ... 0 C Programming, GPGPU, CUDA, Bitcoin Mar 17, 2017 Mar 17, 20174d 1h -
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