The Fido Cubes provide parallel computing to support transactions by providing redundancy to the network and security, thereby creating new consensus and governance. They also produce gas to help offload server costs. Gas is created when Fido cubes is activated to provide processing to the whole ecosystem and also data distribution. This ensures that the tokenomics model is sustainable because each Fido cube provides the same amount of processing each, resulting in equal production of gas to keep the Fido cubes active.
This tokenomics model encourages cooperation and collaboration in the network instead of miners competing for increasingly scarce resources. Developers are also given the Fido cubes for supporting the open-source network protocol.
Because Fido cubes are built on top of the mesh technology and network, they can be produced inexpensively and made affordable for anyone around the world to own. A million nodes can be distributed thus reducing server workloads and costs, keeping the Fido network stable.
As a result, the computation is decentralized. Data storage will also be decentralized in the long-run, as data is distributed throughout the entire hardware data.
Fido Cube is an affordable, no-frills, minimalist node designed for the modern individual. Fido Cube S comes with with antenna and mesh tech enabled.