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Your gateway to a decentralized world!

What is FluxOS?

“An operational network of decentralized computing power is one of the core modules to the Flux Ecosystem, providing the ability for Flux and 3rd party developers alike to run their applications on a fair-priced network with no single point-of-failure” – Daniel Keller COO

FluxOS is our 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 infrastructure.

Flux has access to a decentralized computer network which is connected to an operating system we call FluxOS.

The decentralized computational network is stood up by individual Flux holders in running Fluxnodes.

These Fluxnodes are geographically-spaced all over the world, so developers can be assured that their dockerized apps are accessible by users at all times and locations.

FluxOS allows the deployment and management of any dockerized app around the world via API and UI.

How does it work?

Spawning an application works in four easy steps:

1Visit FluxOS

Visit FluxOS via your web browser (preferably google chrome). From there you need to log in to the FluxOS to proceed with the application registration process. You can do this by either signing a message with your ZelID in Zelcore or by signing a message with a btc address itself FluxOS instances to connect to:

http://193.188.15.253:16126          http://188.239.61.122:16126/

http://144.91.105.147:16126/         http://5.189.179.96:16126/

2Register

Register an application on any flux node via filling a registration form. If you filled in everything correctly and passed the validation checks you will see an application hash, flux-address and an amount of how much you need to pay for one month of running your personal application.

3Pay

Perform the transaction on the Flux blockchain:

Send the stated Flux amount from step 1. and the application hash as a message in the op_return field*

* Important!

You only have a 1 hour interval (from the initial registration in step 1) in which this transaction has to be mined on the network. If it’s not mined in time, the app data is lost and new registration and payment has to be made.

4Wait for the magic

Register an application on any flux node via filling a registration form. If you filled in everything correctly and passed the validation checks you will see an application hash, flux-address and an amount of how much you need to pay for one month of running your personal application.

Flux Pricing Model

“An operational network of decentralized computing power is one of the core modules to the Flux Ecosystem, providing the ability for Flux and 3rd party developers alike to run their applications on a fair-priced network with no single point-of-failure” – Daniel Keller COO

Our simple introductory pricing models are straightforward and easy to calculate and from 5 flux per instance.

CPU: 3 ZEL  per 0.1 vCPU core

RAM: 1 ZEL  per 100mb

HDD: 0.5 ZEL  per 1GB

Zel will be rebranded and deploy hard fork on 27 March and the new asset will be Flux. In order to be eligible for the fork and the upcoming reward system you need to have your assets in ZelCore before the 27 March.
Zel will be rebranded and deploy hard fork on 27 March and the new asset will be Flux. In order to be eligible for the fork and the upcoming reward system you need to have your assets in ZelCore before the 27 March.