Meanwhile, with the gradual development of the Web3.0 and Metaverse, the boundaries of "computing power" and "mining" are also expanding, with more real-world resources being mapped on the blockchain, where DFinity provides general computing resources for Web3.0; Filecoin, Arweave, etc. provide decentralized storage resources for blockchain users; Render Network provides distributed rendering resources for Metaverse; THETA Network allows users to contribute memory and bandwidth resources, etc. . With the advent of the DeFi wave, even concepts like liquidity mining have emerged. "Hashing power" no longer specifically refers to computing resources that are used to calculate various hashrates. All computing, storage, bandwidth resources and liquidity required by Web3.0 and Metaverse are computing power in a broad sense, and all those who provide resources are the ‘miners’ of the future. With the further development of the industry, the scale of computing power resources and computing power assets will usher in an unprecedented scale.