BitWrk 0.6.3

BitWrk is a peer-to-peer service for distributed 3D rendering using Blender. Using Bitcoin as currency, it is creating an open marketplace where participants buy or sell computing power like stocks in a stock exchange.

Tags 3d-rendering distributed-computing go python cross-platform developers end-users
License GNU GPLv3
State beta

Recent Releases

0.6.314 Dec 2017 16:54 minor feature: This release adds support for Blender 2.79.
0.6.223 May 2017 20:40 major bugfix: This release fixes several bugs, including one that prevented local network rendering from working correctly when the worker was started from Blender, and one that caused UI sluggishness on some machines.
0.6.101 May 2017 10:11 major bugfix: On Windows, the BitWrk client didn't start correctly when launched from Blender.
0.6.023 Apr 2017 18:27 major feature: This pre-release brings support for Blender 2.78 and enables local network rendering, even for single frames. The BitWrk client is now controlled from within Blender. Previously the user had to do this manually on the command line.
0.6.0-rc117 Apr 2017 14:56 major feature: This pre-release brings support for Blender 2.78 and enables local network rendering, even for single frames. The Blender add-on is now able to start and stop the BitWrk client. Previously the user had to do this manually on the command line.
0.5.1 Moon01 Nov 2015 18:37 major feature: This release gives you support for Blender 2.76, compressed data transmission, revised transaction logic and lots of bugs fixed
0.5.0 Earth10 Aug 2015 21:41 major feature: BitWrk is now integrated with the Bitcoin payment system, i.e. users can now pay for compute power in Bitcoin. Other notable features include better transaction status lines in the UI and support for Blender up to 2.75(a).
0.4.122 Oct 2014 19:23 minor feature: This release concentrates on Blender and adds an optimal tiling strategy, usability enhancements and support for Blender 2.72(a).
0.4.010 Sep 2014 17:06 major feature: This release brings a new user interface look, returns result data to application quicker than before and supports jobs up to 512MB in size. Bitwrk-blender now works with Blender 2.71 and supports linked resources and scripted drivers, two advanced features needed for larger-scale projects.