Leading the
Web 3.0 Revolution

App creators, blockchain builders, web designers, and any type of developer can Dockerize their innovations and easily deploy them on reliable, scalable decentralized infrastructure.

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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.

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Decentralized cloud computing
Decentralized website hosting
File storage
Decentralized nodes for Dapps

About FluxOS

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?

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About FluxOS

"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?
-Daniel Keller, Co-Founder

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There are endless use-cases for the Flux network including:

Blockchain as a Service – Hosting blockchain nodes and apps.
DApps – Run decentralized applications.
Oracles – Run apps to provide decentralized data sets (DibiFetch is achieving this by pulling pricing data for cryptocurrencies from multiple exchanges).
Price Rate Servers – The ZelCore wallet pulls all pricing data from price rate servers running on FluxOS.
Game and web servers - Hosting of game and web servers to provide content for end-users.

Once deployed, FluxOS ensures all nodes are running properly and communicating throughout the network and ensures the correct number of instances are running.

Built using Mongo, Express, Vue, and Node (MEVN Stack), FluxOS is a highly-accessible playground for developers that is completely open-source.

1,800
NODES
9,767
VCORES
765.15
TB SSD
29.45
TB RAM

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FluxOS platform gives developers and node operators the ability to easily use and perform functions like:

Easy to use interface

Competitive prices

3. Up time

Deploy dApps
Check nodes
View resources
View rewards
Use global apps
Vote on XDAO

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

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Kadena Node

Kadena is a fast, secure, and scalable blockchain using the Chainweb consensus protocol. Chainweb is a braided, parallelized Proof Of Work consensus mechanism that improves throughput and scalability in executing transactions on the blockchain while maintaining the security and integrity found in Bitcoin. Kadena Nodes run on Flux.

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Dibi

Dibi Fetch is truly a decentralized oracle running on the Flux ecosystem to provide aggregated pricing data from major exchanges, as well as now including CMC moving forward. Fetch creates an opportunity for users to have raw, uncontrolled, and unfiltered data in a decentralized and seamless solution.

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Presearch

Presearch is a community-powered, decentralized search engine that provides better results while protecting your privacy and rewarding you when you search.Presearch Node software runs on Flux to help power the new Presearch decentralized search engine. By running node software, Flux helps crawl the web for the information needed to answer user search queries.

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Firo Node

Firo is a digital currency with a focus on setting privacy standards. Firo Nodes run on the Flux network to aid in securing Firo’s blockchain and help to verify the validity of transactions.

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Kusama Node

Kusama is a "canary network" for Polkadot, an early unaudited release of the code that is available first and holds real economic value. For developers, Kusama is a proving ground for runtime upgrades, on-chain governance, and parachains.

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Nitter

Alternative Twitter front-end focused on privacy. Using an instance of Nitter (hosted on the Flux network), you can browse Twitter without JavaScript while retaining your privacy. In addition to respecting your privacy, Nitter is on average around 15 times lighter than Twitter, and in some cases serves pages faster.

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Polkadot Node

Polkadot is a network protocol that allows arbitrary data—not just tokens—to be transferred across blockchains. This means Polkadot is a true multi-chain application environment where things like cross-chain registries and cross-chain computation are possible.Flux runs Polkadot nodes to help secure the Polkadot network.

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Internet Relay Chat Bridge

The IRC (Internet Relay Chat) bridge enable new users to communicate with the community through a web frontend utilizing a bridgebot with discord. This will help create a gateway to support and communication in a more "open" fashion without the need to sign up to a service.(Discord/Telegram). This increases community reach and allows more people to engage each other to talk about Flux.The IRC bridge are three different dockerized applications working together - daemon/bridge bot/frontend - all installed and running on top of FluxOS using one of the Flux Stratus nodes.

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Infinite Mario game

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Dropalo

Dropalo is a multipurpose, location-based, time-restricted messaging platform; a global bulletin board system, where all messages have a lifespan and eventually expire.Dropalo is built with a hyper-focus on local and locale while retaining the feel and tools of global platform and service. Bringing a unique service to the community, partners, and users, Dropalo will provide a bridge between communities, tribes, groups, and movements for inclusive and positive engagements. Dropalo will be powered by the Flux network

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Minecraft Server

Minecraft is a sandbox video game where players explore a blocky, procedurally-generated 3D world with virtually infinite terrain, and may discover and extract raw materials, craft tools and items, and build structures or earthworks. Depending on game mode, players can fight computer-controlled "mobs", as well as cooperate with or compete against other players in the same world.The Flux network hosts vanilla Java-Based Minecraft Servers as a proof-of-concept for Flux based game server hosting.

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[email protected] is a distributed computing project aimed to help scientists develop new therapeutics for a variety of diseases by the means of simulating protein dynamics. This includes the process of protein folding and the movements of proteins, and is reliant on simulations run by volunteers.Flux node operators are able to ‘donate’ idle time on their Flux nodes to the [email protected] project.

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Internet Relay Chat

The IRC (Internet Relay Chat) bridge enable new users to communicate with the community through a web frontend utilizing a bridgebot with discord. This will help create a gateway to support and communication in a more "open" fashion without the need to sign up to a service.(Discord/Telegram). This increases community reach and allows more people to engage each other to talk about Flux.The IRC bridge are three different dockerized applications working together - daemon/bridge bot/frontend - all installed and running on top of FluxOS using one of the Flux Stratus nodes.

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Dashboard Apps

Horizontal Scaling
and Redundancy

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.

FluxNodes Infrastructure

The FluxOS decentralized computational network is powered by individual Flux holders running FluxNodes. These FluxNodes are geographically-spaced all over the world, so developers can be assured that their apps are accessible by users at all times and locations.

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API Backend

FluxOS allows the deployment and management of any app around the world via API and UI. Create your own service that launches apps on FluxOS seamlessly.

Interoperability

FluxOS is powered by Flux, but it is fully compatible with any blockchain. Run any app on any chain on FluxOS.