You might have heard of the seven Millennium problems in technology, science, engineering, and mathematics. The problems were picked by the Henri Clay Institute of Mathematics in 2000. A reward of $1 million was offered for the solution of each of the problems.
It was in 2003 when Grigori Perelman, a Russian mathematician, solved one of the seven problems – the Poincare conjecture. Richard Hamilton, also a mathematician had previously worked on the Problem and he happened to lay a solid foundation on which Grigori used to come up with the solution. After many years of peer review, Grigori was declared the winner of the prize money. However, he refused to take the money saying that Hamilton and others contributed just as much to the finding of the final solution. With the Matryx crypto, every user who contributes to the final solution gets to be rewarded.