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Message 29001 - Posted: 1 Mar 2017, 19:30:00 UTC

Come along and join The Scottish Boinc Team< (established in 1999 as Scotland's Seti), one of the oldest and most successful BOINC teams crunching today. After joining the team on this project, head over to our Team Forum and join us.

We crunch for all current BOINC projects and are always at the forefront of adding new projects that start up within BOINC.

Our aim is to use our spare or dedicated computing power to advance human knowledge while enjoying some friendly competition

amongst ourselves and with other teams. If you want to be part of a lively, friendly team, please come join us, everyone is


Join the TSBT Team Forum. Take part in shaping your teams future, chat with other members, get help and advice or help others.

We participate in all BOINCstats Team challenges and hold competitions both within our own team and with other rival teams. We

maintain a very informative, user and newbie friendly, forum with our own team statistics, team and individual milestones,

BOINC project and hardware information across all supported platforms and lots of help. Join us, you will be assured of a very

warm welcome and it's easy to do.

Have a look round our website.

Guests can read certain parts of the forum without registration.Theres a guest forum where you can stop by and say hi.
Registered members will be able to immediately post and be granted access to additional areas of the forum. Active TSBT

members can gain access to the private team areas by request.
Full instructions on joining are available along with the forum rules on the website.
News updates from all active projects are also part of the forum along with other features in development.
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