Com-Guard.com Inc. Announces Its Strategy as it Enters into the Security Blockchain Technology Market Using the Raspberry Pi and Will Concentrate its Efforts on the SolarCoin Market

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Encinitas, CA, Dec. 13, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Com-Guard.com, Inc. (CGUD.pk), the technology company that has been designing and developing security applications for over 15 years has announced that it is going to standardize on the Raspberry Pi Development Platforms using Linux based Software and ARM Architecture

Hardware to develop low cost and high-performance solutions in the Security and Tracking Markets and is planning on implementing the Blockchain Software on the Raspberry Pi Platform.

"We are currently using the Raspberry Pi Platform for Hardware and Software development. The Raspberry Pi platform is now the third largest selling hardware platform of all time, said Dr. Edward W. Savarese, CEO of Com-Guard.com, Inc. as stated in a recent article titled “The Raspberry Pi is now the third best-selling computer of all time.” By David Nield March 18, 2017, he stated that “The Raspberry Pi is now the third best-selling general purpose computer of all time”.

In a recent article, “Blockchain as the answer to IoT challenges” in the spring of 2017, Nicolas Windpassinger, author of “Digitize or Die”, an IoT book for transformational leaders, wrote about practical aspects Blockchain can address in IoT and how blockchain can accelerate the evolution of IoT.

In an Article by  Tom Conte. “Deploying a private Ethereum blockchain on Azure and a Raspberry Pi” on 30 May 2016, he stated, “As part of exploring the blockchain technology, and specifically the Ethereum ecosystem, I have settled on an IoT-related use case around solar energy grids. You can read more background in the first article in this series. I am going to use an Azure virtual machine to start a reasonably powerful mining node, and a Raspberry Pi 3 to simulate an on premises equipment running a lighter, non-mining node, but which can still be involved in blockchain transactions.” It is important to note that he is using the Raspberry Pi 3 Hardware and Software platform.

“We believe that it is important to concentrate on SolarCoins and we are looking to continue to establish relationships with Solar Companies and the users of Solar Power and enhance our understanding into how we can use the Raspberry Pi technology in this market” said Dr. Edward W. Savarese.

Excerpts from the following article on SolarCoins is enlightening, said Dr. Edward W. Savarese. CEO of Com-Guard.com, Inc. 

SolarCoin: How Blockchain is Incentivizing a 5,000 Gigawatt Quest to Save the Planet.

Feature Article | June 28, 2017 by Jacqueline Prause 

“SolarCoin is active in 32 countries, with a network of affiliates and partners to serve different regions: Solar Change is active in South America, EMEA, and the United States; Solcrypto is the claims facilitator active in the Asia-Pacific region; and ElectriCChain, registered in Andorra, aims to record solar energy data for the purpose of the betterment of the solar tools as well as monitor human progress and academia. 

SolarCoin is the first digital asset to be recognized at the supranational level by International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) as a source of financial support for the solar industry. Affiliate ElectricChain recently received high praise at the UN Climate Summit in Morocco, winning the “Homes” category for its groundbreaking nano-grid project. The recognitions have served to provide legitimization to the organization as it promotes its work around the world. “Depending on the places we go to, some people don’t necessarily know the good story of solar energy,” says Sonnet. “Working with these big institutions, like the UN and IRENA, certainly helps.”

Approximately 420,000 SolarCoins have been granted to solar producers worldwide. There are currently USD$500 million of SolarCoins waiting to be claimed. The SolarCoin Foundation expects that its distribution program will last 40 years as it distributes the 97.5 billion SolarCoins, which represent 97,500 Terra Watt hours of solar electricity.

For individual owners, the coins are distributed once every six months through the platform to the owner. No equipment is necessary outside of a solar installation. A solar producer would harvest SolarCoins in two ways: 1.) download the digital wallet from the SolarCoin web site; it will embed an API that enables you to claim SolarCoins directly from the blockchain; or 2.) use a $10 piece of equipment called a Raspberry PI, which is a data logger that gathers information from the solar installation and publishes it to the blockchain. Currently, there are also discussions in progress to have some solar equipment providers embed SolarCoin in a more dynamic way onto solar equipment they sell, hence enabling granting down to the minute.”

It is also interesting to note that the Raspberry Pi is being utilized in the SolarCoin marketplace and the Company intends to pursue the technology and has been focused on entering the Security and Blockchain market using the Raspberry Pi Platform said, Dr. Edward W. Savarese, CEO of Com-Guard.com, Inc

About Com-Guard.com, Inc. (Pink Sheets: CGUD.pk), (www.com-guard.com) Com-Guard, Inc. has been accepted as a developer for the fastest growing mobile platforms, Apple iPhone™, iPad™ and Android™. The Company intends to port its award-winning software, ComputerSafe® to create security applications in the mobile and netbook markets. In addition, it has entered the market for tracking items and events through the use of GPS, public databases and transactions. 

The Company’s products are Missed Call Tracker™ and DataCrypt ™ currently selling in the Apple App store. The company has been a player in the security software market for over 15 years. 

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Dr. Edward W. Savarese, CEO
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