We wanted to be able to play video games from underpowered laptops or computers that wouldn't normally be able to play it, but do so securely and with low latency. We wanted to excel where well known game streaming services have failed, by creating a platform that is cheaper, more responsive, and secure.

What it does

Nebulous allows users to play games over a secure stream from a PC rented out by other users for a specified number of hours. Transactions take place using smart contracts on the Ethereum network, with Aztec used to ensure privacy and security. It is even able to stream games directly to the end user's browser, and by harnessing the power of peer-to-peer networking, it is able to rival the performance of services such as Google Stadia.

How we built it

We used smart contracts, Aztec, DappHero, JavaScript, and Solidity to build this project.

Challenges we ran into

Being new to Ethereum, it took us a while to get the hang of working with smart contracts.

Accomplishments that we're proud of

This is our first time working with Ethereum and cryptocurrency, so we are proud of how far we were able to get with this amazing project.

What we learned

What's next for Nebulous

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