Token: AZU

The Easiest Way to Earn Crypto Currencies

ICO dates
Start date: 2019-01-15
End date:

Registrated in: Germany

Platform: Ethereum
Type: ERC20


Azultec categories
Big Data Energy Manufacturing
Azultec token sale
KYC passing required Yes | Whitelist No | Restriction for countries No
Token distribution in ICO
Price 1 AZU = 0.024 USD
Price in PreICO 1 AZU = 0.012 USD
Minimal investment 500 USD
Acceppting ETH, BTC, Fiat
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The Problem with climate change
1.1 Climate Change
1.2 Energy Consumption in data centres
1.3 Self-Sufficiency – Renewable Energies
1.4 Centralization
1.4.1 Factors for Centralization
18 The Electricity Market and Price Differences
18 Private Individuals
20 Mining Farms
1.5 Problems of farms
Our Concept
2.1 Rendering
2.1.1High performance 3D rendering
2.1.2 The technology behind rendering
2.1.3 Main segments of the market:
24 Who are our future customers?
2.1.4 High performance prof. visualization servers
2.1.5 Air cooling
2.1.6 Liquid immersion cooling
2.1.8 Summary
Our factory customized, liquid cooled products 29
3.1 The Cube
3.2 The azultec RenderMaster

Cryptocurrencies and the blockchain are not a trend
that will fade again. We are aware of this fact and that
is why we have been considering the consequences.
With the growing popularity of blockchain-based net-
work services such as rendering, cloud computing, cloud
storage or cryptocurrency mining, an increase in energy
demand by computer centres can be observed. Fossil
fuels are used to produce an overwhelming amount of
energy needed for high performance computing servic-
es offered by the data centres, which has a negative im
pact on climate change.
azultec was founded because we identified a demand
for an environmental-friendlier and energy-efficient
solution for high performance computing like rendering
as we want to offer a more sustainable solution.
The solution is the azultec product lines, the Render-
Master and the Cube, high performance and ener-
gy-efficient computing devices: it is the easiest way
to participate in the ...

The Problem with climate change
few large power plants
centralized, mostly national
many small power producers
decentralized, ignoring boundaries
based on large lines and pipelines
top to bottom
including small-scale transmission and regional
supply compensation
both directions
passive, only paying
active, participating in the system
With the growing popularity of high performance comput-
ing, including rendering, artificial intelligence (AI), data
mining, cloud computing and also cryptocurrency min-
ing, various, partly interdependent problems have arisen
which azultec wishes to tackle with a ground-breaking
overall concept. High performance computing consumes
large amounts of energy. Fossil fuels are often used as
an energy source for computing power, which inevitably
has a negative impact on our climate.
A certain infrastructure is needed to advan...

The European Union is the world’s largest energy im-
porter. Between 2007 and 2016, it paid an annual av-
erage sum of 316 billion euros net for energy imports.
Citizens, communities and cities must take the energy
revolution into their own hands, advance it and shape it
in a democratic way to attain climate protection goals:
decarbonization, decentralization and digitalization are
the challenges which must be tackled now.
In summary, azultec pursues the following objectives:

Making high-end rendering affordable
• Speed up the rendering process
• Decentralize mining activity
• Decentralize the power supply
• Support digitalization
• Innovate energy recovery

Increase energy efficiency
• Increase data security
• Increase data availability
1.1 Climate Change
The average global temperature has risen by one degree
Celsius over the past century. While this might not sound
like much, it has alre...

Challenges of climate change for Germany:
There are milestones within the EU which are supposed
to be attained in order to contain the consequences of
global warming. The first of these milestones is the 2020
EU Climate Package, which provides a 20% reduction
of emissions compared to 1990. Alongside this, an in-
crease in energy efficiency by 2020 is being pursued –
for example, all new buildings must be nearly zero-ener-
gy buildings by 2021.
While several EU countries will attain the goal for 2020,
others are on course for failing. The figure below shows
that Germany in particular is among those countries
which will not meet the goal for 2020 without urgent
Climate change is obvious in Germany as well:
1.4 degrees Celsius of warming since 1881
Heatwaves are more frequent and intense
The risk of flooding is
increasing significantly
The sea level on the German coast has
risen by 10 to 20 cm in 100 years
Vegetation and...

Progress by EU member countries in reducing greenhouse gases with respect
to the 2020 climate goals
2015 ESD goals were
exceeded by
not met by
21 to 32%
11 to 20%
0 to 10%
0 to -10%
-11 to -21%
2020 ESD goals are anticipated to be
exceeded by
not met by
21 to 32%
11 to 20%
0 to 10%
0 to -10%
-11 to -21%
Politicians, who mostly show little courage and even
subsidize large electricity providers that primarily use
fossil fuels, are partly to blame.
The German government supports several research pro-
jects in relation to high performance computing centres
and their energy consumption. But the Federal Govern-
ment has no information on how liquid cooling assess
to energy efficiency potential and have not taken into
account on heat utilisation.
On the contrary the government indicate that there are
no specific plans to deal with the energy problem, in
cluding the minin...

% change in average daily peak load from 2006-2012 to 2080-2099
-6 -4 -2 0 2 4 6 8 10
% change in average daily peak load from 2006-2012 to 2080-2099
-6 -4 -2 0 2 4 6 8 10
A study by a team of scientists from Germany and the
United States
has shown that climate change is respon-
sible for higher average temperatures. This eventually
shifts the power consumption. Consequently, climate
change will push up the price of electricity, particular-
ly in southern European countries. In countries that are
already warm today, even more electricity will be need-
ed for cooling in the future, according to the result of
the study. In the worst case, the daytime peak for such
countries could increase by up to 8 percent by the end
of the century.
The graphic above shows how climate change will influ
ence energy consumption. On the left is the optimistic
representation if climate protection is adhered to; the
more pessimistic prediction is on the ...

Current political situation
Between April 30th and May 10th, 2018, roughly 3,000
representatives from more than 190 countries met in
Bonn to discuss the implementation of the Paris Agree-
ment. However, hardly any progress has been made
In September 2018, the delegates met at a special meet-
ing in Bangkok to agree on a resolution regarding one
of the implementation guidelines of the Paris Agree-
ment. One challenge is to work out consistent rules for
how the individual countries can measure and declare
their CO2 emissions without being able to cheat in the
process. The final decision on these rules was made at
the next world climate conference in Katowice in De-
cember. It is doubtful whether this goal will be attained.
According to Rixa Schwarz (Germanwatch environmen
tal organization), the adoption of the rulebook before
the end of this year is a “race against time”.
The “rulebook” includes how governments will meas- ...

Azultec Roadmap

Prototype and Beta test for cooling solutions at 46°C ambient temperature.
Cube First Generation (Cube 400/300/200).
Fuel Cell Beta Phase.
Software Test and Mining Network Beta.
Phase azultec Office Expansion.
Recuperation and PV Cube.
Expansion of Cube sales to Asia and the USA.
Rendering software connection.
Enabling the Cubes to perform rendering tasks will become another milestone of the project.