The whitelist was created to increase security and to focus user's resources on active projects.
You will only be rewarded Gridcoin for whitelisted BOINC projects.
Any BOINC work done outside of the whitelisted BOINC projects will not be rewarded Gridcoin.
Want a project whitelisted? Create a thread about it!
You can check whitelisted project details on Gridcoinstats.
The whitelist is verifiable within the Windows client (coming to Linux soon).
When projects are running out of work or are offline for temporary maintenance they are placed on the Greylist. These projects will not reward Gridcoin until they meet the requirements to be placed back on the whitelist again. Please see various social media (Twitter, Facebook, Reddit, Slack) for notices about greylisted projects.
Please see The official Greylist website for daily updates on which projects are added and removed from the Greylist.
This document outlines the Greylist procedure for all whitelisted projects.
|Citizen Science Grid||Umbrella project for DNA@Home, SubsSet Sum@Home, and Wildlife@Home.||University of North Dakota|
|Cosmology@Home||Darkmatter/Universe Model Research||Department of Astronomy at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign|
|NFS@Home||Lattice sieving step in Number Field Sieve factorization of large integers. Many public key algorithms, including the RSA algorithm, rely on the fact that the publicly available modulus cannot be factored. If it is factored, the private key can be easily calculated.||California State University Fullerton|
|NumberFields@home||Research in number theory. Number theorists can mine the data for interesting patterns to help them formulate conjectures about number fields.||Arizona State University, school of Mathematics|
|ODLK1||OLDK is building a database of canonical forms of diagonal Latin squares of the 10th order|
|Rosetta@Home||Protein structure prediction that may ultimately lead to finding cures for some major human diseases.||University of Washington|
|SRBase||Attempting to solve Sierpinski / Riesel Bases up to 1030.||The project is in collaboration with the Mersenne CRUS project.|
|TN-Grid||The gene@home project is an implementation of the PC-IM algorithm, whose purpose is to expand Gene Regulatory Networks (GRN). Each network is a graph that specifies the causal relationships inside this set of genes, and helps in studying the gene expression phenomenon: the process through which the DNA is transcribed into RNA and the RNA translated into proteins.||National Research Council of Italy (CNR)|
|VGTU||Distributed computing platform for scientists of Vilnius Gediminas Technical University (VGTU).||Vilnius Gediminas Technical University|
|Universe@home||Physics and Astronomy||University of Warsaw|
|World Community Grid||FightAIDS@home, Smash Childhood Cancer, fight Tuberculosis, research better materials for solar panels.||Sponsored by the IBM responsibility initiative|
|YAFU||Factorize numbers of 70-130 digit length which are needed to bring Aliquot Sequences to a size of 130.||Private|
|yoyo@home||Brings existing distributed computing projects to the BOINC world using the BOINC Wrapper technology||Supported by Rechenkraft.net e.V. , accept private Donations, also accept Bitcoin|
|Amicable Numbers||Amicable Numbers is an independent research project that uses Internet-connected computers to find new amicable pairs. Currently searching the 10^20 range.||Private|
|Asteroids@home||Asteroid research - it uses photometric measurements of asteroids observed by professional big all-sky surveys as well as 'backyard' astronomers. The data is processed using the lightcurve inversion method and a 3D shape model of an asteroid together with the rotation period and the direction of the spin axis are derived.||Charles University in Prague|
|Collatz Conjecture||Attempting to disprove the Collatz Conjecture.||Private|
|Einstein@home||Search for spinning neutron (pulsars) stars using data from the LIGO gravitational-wave detectors, the Arecibo radio telescope, and the Fermi gamma-ray satellite||Univ. of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, Max Planck Institute|
|Enigma@Home||The M4 Project is an effort to break 3 original Enigma messages with the help of distributed computing. The signals were intercepted in the North Atlantic in 1942 and are believed to be unbroken.||Private|
|GPUgrid||Full-atom molecular simulations of proteins||Private Sponsors, accept donations in Bitcoin|
|Milkyway@home||Creation of a 3D map of the Milky Way galaxy using data gathered by the Sloan Digital Sky Survey. This project enables research in both astroinformatics and computer science.||Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute|
|PrimeGrid||Search for prime numbers. Primes play a central role in the cryptographic systems which are used for computer security. Through the study of prime numbers it can be shown whether current security schemes are sufficiently secure.||Private, supported by Rackspace|
|SETI@home||Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI)||Berkeley University, California|
|Citizen Science Grid||University of North Dakota|
|Cosmology@Home||Department of Astronomy at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign|
|NFS@Home||California State University Fullerton|
|NumberFields@home||Arizona State University, school of Mathematics|
|Rosetta@Home||University of Washington|
|SRBase||The project is in collaboration with the Mersenne CRUS project.|
|TN-Grid||National Research Council of Italy (CNR)|
|VGTU||Vilnius Gediminas Technical University|
|Universe@home||University of Warsaw|
|World Community Grid||Sponsored by the IBM responsibility initiative|
|yoyo@home||Supported by Rechenkraft.net e.V. , accept private Donations, also accept Bitcoin|
|Asteroids@home||Charles University in Prague|
|Einstein@home||Univ. of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, Max Planck Institute|
|GPUgrid||Private Sponsors, accept donations in Bitcoin|
|Milkyway@home||Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute|
|PrimeGrid||Private, supported by Rackspace|
|SETI@home||Berkeley University, California|