Team OcUK Collatz Conjecture Statistics
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Collatz Conjecture

These pages provide statistics for the participants of the BOINC-based Collatz Conjecture project, and are based on statistics made available from the official project site.

Collatz Conjecture Project Totals

Database last updated: Tuesday, 29th September 2020 07:11
Using statistics from: Tuesday, 29th September 2020 05:27
Database status: Current  
 
Project total credit: 4,158,833,422,528.10 cobblestones
Project recent average credit: 3,185,567,667.92 cobblestones
Total participants (>0 credit): 65,831 (65,831 loaded)
Active participants: 1,690  
Total hosts: 425,642 (250,100 loaded)
Total teams: 1,816 (1,816 loaded)
Total countries: 204 (204 loaded)

Collatz Conjecture

Collatz Conjecture is a research project that uses Internet-connected computers to do research in mathematics, specifically testing the Collatz Conjecture also known as 3x+1 or HOTPO (half or triple plus one). You can participate by downloading and running a free program on your computer. Collatz Conjecture is based in Wood Dale, Illinois, USA and continues the work of the previous 3x+1@home BOINC project which ended in 2008. It can run on an nVidia GPU, ATI GPU, or CPU.
BOINC BOINC is a software platform for distributed computing using volunteer computer resources, and provides the framework for SETI@home and other projects. It is based at the Space Sciences Laboratory at the University of California, Berkeley.