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Richard Heart


Richard Heart is a Bitcoin, Blockchain, cryptocurrency and internet marketing expert who has founded and managed several successful Internet startups, the largest having 150 employees with a turnover of $60M and operating in mortgage and consumer finance markets. He is a search engine optimization, affiliate marketing and startup veteran and has appeared on numerous international broadcasts including Russia Today (RT) television and CNBC (Africa) speaking about Bitcoin, Blockchain and cryptocurrency issues. He has a successful YouTube channel focused on self-help and cryptocurrencies at and a popular Twitter feed @RichardHeartWIN.

David Brown PhD.


David Brown, PhD is a scientist, engineer, inventor, founder and CEO of seven startups, head of two research labs and a Fulbright Fellow. He is a leading expert in energy generation and storage, optics, drug formulation and delivery, nanomaterial synthesis and handling, electronics and atmospheric physics. He has a PhD in Environmental Engineering and an MSc in Aerospace Engineering and more than 150 publications, 250 granted and pending patents and 100 invited talks. He has raised and managed over €40 M of funding and was twice nominated for the European Inventor of the Year Award.

The world's leading corporations and research institutes rely on computational fluid dynamics to understand, innovate, and stay ahead.

Streamwise CFD has been used to perform simulations for, e.g., Honda, Daikin, DuPont, NASA, NIST, Paul Scherrer Institut, the Technical Research Centre of Finland and General Motors.


  • CFD code is already complete
  • Whitepaper is released
  • Testnet deployed
  • Token Generation Event
  • Mainnet deployed
  • Test work is mined for CFD tokens
  • Scientists submit work to be mined
  • Miners earn CFD tokens for useful work, Scientists get ultra-fast, accurate, affordable computation


What problem are you solving?

Providing cost efficient, high quality, accurate, and democratized access to CFD computation.

Who would want to use this?

CFD is routinely used today in planning and research in a variety of industries including aerospace, power generation, chemical manufacturing, polymer processing, petroleum exploration, medical research, meteorology, and astrophysics.

Why did you write this?

David initially wrote the CFD software to model sulfuric acid particle formation and evolution in supersonic aircraft plumes. Over time it has been generalized.

What does the CFD code do?

It solves the compressible Navier-Stokes equations, the lognormally distributed aerosol moment equations, the Baldwin-Barth turbulence equations and the species conservation equations on curvilinear structured grids.

How long have you been working on this?

David started developing the code in 1993 and has been using it commercially for consulting and internal process development since 1996.