Akash is a secure, transparent, and decentralized cloud computing marketplace that connects those who need computing resources (tenants) with those that have computing capacity to lease (providers).
For a high-level overview of the Akash protocol and network economics, check out the whitepapers; a detailed protocol definition can be found in the design documentation; and the target workload definition spec is here.
master branch contains new features and is under active development; the
mainnet/main branch contains the current, stable release.
v0.8.0) and be cut from the
v0.9.0) and be cut from the
Akash Suite is the reference implementation of the Akash Protocol. Akash is an actively-developed prototype currently focused on the distributed marketplace functionality.
The Suite is composed of one binary,
akash, which contains a (tendermint-powered) blockchain node that
implements the decentralized exchange as well as client functionality to access the exchange and network data in general.
The easiest way to get started with Akash is by trying Testnet. Sign up here to get started.
|Darwin||arm64||⚠️ Not Supported|
|Linux||arm64 (aka aarch64)||✅ Supported|
|Linux||armhf GOARM=5,6,7||⚠️ Not supported|
$ brew tap ovrclk/tap $ brew install akash
$ curl -sSfL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/ovrclk/akash/master/godownloader.sh | sh
Or install a specific version with GoDownloader
$ curl -sSfL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/ovrclk/akash/master/godownloader.sh | sh -s -- v0.7.8
Akash is written in Golang and is Apache 2.0 licensed - contributions are welcomed whether that means providing feedback, testing existing and new feature or hacking on the source.
To become a contributor, please see the guide on contributing
Most golang libraries will be installed via
however the following packages:
github.com/vektra/mockery/.../ k8s.io/code-generator/... sigs.k8s.io/kind
will be installed globally with their binaries placed in
go get -d github.com/ovrclk/akash cd $GOPATH/src/github.com/ovrclk/akash make deps-install make # dev environment only: make setup-devenv
We use thin integration testing environments to simplify the development and testing process. We currently have three environments: