Salad Raises $17 Million to Pioneer Affordable Decentralized Cloud Computing Services

Computer-sharing network Salad is announcing a $17 million Series A round. Salad offers an open-source desktop application that invites gamers to share storage, bandwidth, and other resources from their idle PCs in exchange for rewards. Salad says users have earned what is equivalent to more than $5 million in rewards, and that its platform has quickly become the world's most distributed super-computer. Bob Miles, founder and CEO of Salad, joins Cheddar News' Closing Bell to discuss.
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Why The GOP Wants To Stop The Cellular Agricultural Revolution
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