The AI and Cryptocurrency Revolution that Runs In Your Browser

Use your browser-enabled smartphone or personal computer to process AI computations and earn Hadron coins. Power to the people.

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Two significant trends present a compelling business opportunity.

Growing AI Demand

A Big Economic Impact

Artificial Intelligence is forecast to add $14 trillion USD to the global economy by 2035. (source: Accenture)

Challenges to Adoption

A lack of technological capabilities has hampered adoption of AI solutions and barriers to entry remain high.

Winners and Losers

Businesses that embrace the power of AI will have a significant advantage over competitors in the future economy.

The Invisible Supercomputer

A Network of Billions

The number of internet connected personal computers, smartphones and tablets numbers in the billions.

The Trend is Up

Global smartphone adoption continues to grow while hardware and broadband advances continue apace.

Untapped Power

Collectively, these devices constitute an enormous, distributed resource of untapped computing power.

The Hadron Marketplace

Hadron connects the demand for AI computations with an abundant supply of processing power in a centralized, virtual marketplace. Customers put out bids for computing tasks and miners can accept work in exchange for Hadron coins.
Hadron Marketplace Diagram

How it Works

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Hadron's customers have AI computations that need to be processed

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You have idle devices with untapped processing power ready to work.

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Your devices start processing tasks for Hadron customers. We call this mining.

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As you complete tasks, the customer compensates you with Hadron coins.

Who Can Mine?

Unlike traditional mining which requires highly specialized hardware and uses a winner-takes-all approach, mining with Hadron is accessible to a much wider population. If you have a compatible smartphone you can start mining in under a minute.
Traditional Mining vs. Hadron Mining

Real World Applications

These are just the tip of the iceberg based on Hadron’s current technology. In the future, Hadron looks to power even more applications with its AI.

Charitable Computing

Charitable Research

A core value for the Hadron team is leveraging Artificial Intelligence for the benefit of society.

Users will always be paid for their computational efforts, but they will also have the additional satisfaction of knowing that a portion of all Hadron company profits will go towards funding AI computations for charitable causes including medical research for cancer and age-related diseases at institutions like Stanford University's School of Medicine.

Users can also donate coins directly to charitable causes within the Hadron dashboard.

Meet the Team

DM Tong

Darick Tong

Darick is a Principal Engineer at Google, where he has built large-scale distributed systems since 2003. He is part of the team that developed and launched Gmail, and is a recipient of the Google Founders Award. At Stanford, he focused on artificial intelligence in his undergraduate studies and completed his graduate degree in computer science.

David Papandrew

David Papandrew

“Papa” brings 20 years of product management experience to the team. He is a co-founder of Fanpop and served as Chief Product Officer. Previously, he worked at several leading technology and media companies in the Bay Area in both the B2C and B2B spaces. Papa grew up in Hawaii and studied at Occidental and Harvard.

Cliff Szu

Cliff Szu

Cliff is an entrepreneur and CEO of Hadron. Formerly he was CEO of LoanBack, a peer-to-peer lending service and co-founder of Fanpop, a community-powered network with over 50 million of user-contributions and millions of visitors. Cliff grew up on the East Coast and studied computer science and economics at Stanford.

Michael Chu

Michael Chu

As part of the Fanpop founding team, Michael was instrumental in building out the technology and decentralized strategies embraced by millions of users. Previously, Michael worked at Intel where he helped develop and launch the Intel Centrino platform and was awarded six patents in Computer Vision. A California native, Michael studied computer science at U.C. Berkeley.

Evan Szu

Evan Szu

Evan has managed technology product development for over a decade in Silicon Valley. He received dual degrees in computer science and chemistry from Brown University where he explored computer simulation techniques for modeling atomic and molecular motion. He later completed a Ph.D. at Stanford where he was awarded a Stanford Graduate Fellowship.

Meet our Advisors

Rob Ferber

Rob Ferber

Rob was Chief Scientist at Tesla and is currently Chief Engineer at Hyperloop One. A serial entrepreneur, Rob has two billion-dollar IPOs to his credit and has previously held the CTO or CEO position at a half-dozen Silicon Valley companies.

David Galvan

David Galvan

Dave is a payments, technology and internet veteran, with over 25 years of business and operating experience in Silicon Valley and is VP of Business Development at MasterCard. Previously, at 24 Hour Fitness, Dave led the successful $1.85B sale of the company.

Matthew Le Merle

Matthew Le Merle

Co-founder of Fifth Era and managing partner of Keiretsu Capital, Matthew is an expert on corporate growth, innovation and business transformations having advised Amazon, Cisco, eBay, HP, Microsoft, PayPal and others on growth and innovation-related issues.

Patrick Ryan

Patrick Ryan

Ryan is the Trust, Strategy and Engineering Principal for Google Cloud and former Senior Policy Counsel at Google. He was U.N. Advisor to the Internet Governance Forum from 2013-2016 and has authored papers with Vint Cerf on net neutrality and internet policy.

Henri-Clause de Bettignies

Henri-Claude de Bettignies

Henri-Claude is the EU Chair for Global Governance and Sino-European Business Relations at the China Europe International Business School (CEIBS). He is also an emeritus professor at INSEAD and a visiting professor at the Stanford GSB since 1988.

Dr. Jeff Chi

Dr. Jeff Chi

A Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine at Stanford’s School of Medicine, Dr. Chi advises us on medical applications for Hadron Ai and the charitable and research opportunities at Stanford and elsewhere.

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