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FluxOS is a revolutionary second-layer operating system/application that allows hardened Dockerized apps to run on Flux’s fully decentralized computational network.
When the internet was created, the common question was, “What can it be used for?” When FluxOS was created, the question is, “What can’t it be used for?”
FluxOS In Numbers
Apps running on FluxOS
“An operational network of decentralized computing power is one of the core modules to the Flux Ecosystem, providing the ability for Flux and third-party developers alike to run their applications on a fair-priced network with no single point-of-failure.”
-Daniel Keller, CSO
What is FluxOS?
FluxOS is a revolutionary second-layer operating system/application that allows hardened Dockerized apps to run on Flux’s fully decentralized computational network. Built using Mongo, Express, Vue, and Node (MEVN Stack), FluxOS is a highly-accessible playground for developers that is completely open-source.
App creators, blockchain builders, web designers, and any type of developer can Dockerize their innovations and easily deploy them on reliable, scalable FluxOS infrastructure.
The FluxOS ensures all nodes are running properly and communicating throughout the network.
Uses for FluxOS
Blockchain as a Service – Host blockchain nodes and apps
DApps – Run open source, decentralized applications
Oracles – Run apps to provide decentralized data sets (DibiFetch is achieving this by pulling pricing data for cryptocurrencies from multiple exchange)
Price Rate Servers – The ZelCore wallet pulls all pricing data from price rate servers running on FluxOS
FluxOS may be powered by Flux, but it is fully compatibile with any blockchain. Run any app on any chain on FluxOS.
Global applications running on FluxOS automatically replicate across the network, ensuring that your app will always be available, even if a node is offline due to power failure or other outages.
Onboarding & Governance
How to Launch a FluxNode