I’ve been following golem project closely and I think it has good potential to explore like other successful crypto projects. One drawback of golem is, it’s not secure. From their official reddit page:
How does Golem ensure confidentiality of files?
It does not. Zero-knowledge computing is expensive and time-consuming. Provider’s machine needs to get the job done, which means there is no way around it – with some skill provider can eventually take a peek into what is computed on the machine. We believe that with professional providers on the network and a way to identify them (in the future), this problem will be similar to the confidentiality of public cloud services. It is also worth noting, that for many use cases value (business or scientific) is generated by processing non-sensitive or public data.
Hypothetically, if it was based on safenet then they won’t have this confidentialy issue. Isn’t it right? I’m new to all these crypto projects. So just trying to understand the tech…