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Cameron Sajedi
@csajedi
Hi Samchon, I am working on a volunteer computing project (github.com/automacoin) and Tgrid seems perfect for the application. I am trying to understand in the documents how Tgrid peers might discover eachother? Is this out of scope, and we should use a signalling server or is there a way to run tgrid in an entirely p2p fashion?
Jeongho Nam
@samchon
@csajedi Sorry for late replying. TGrid is a common library providing RFC concepts to help convenient network integrated system. TGrid does have provide any solution for domain use-case like yours. Therefore, answering your quenstion, you've implement such system by yourself.