⋮⋮⋮ GRIDNET OS was designed with the end-user in mind.
to allow for user experience resembling the one known from DOS, LINUX, Windows and Mac OS X centralized operating systems.
We have borrowed from all of these.
Yes, ⋮⋮⋮ GRIDNET OS
boards a Graphical User Interface. Which is also
100% decentralized. How can a UI be decentralized? Once user connects to a node, it would deliver what we call
at once, even for a single UI session, while verifying integrity of these. The system, especially the UI is in alpha stage, even still, it already boards quite a few useful UI dApps (decentralized applications).
These allow for anonymous web-browsing, file sharing, drag&drop file uploads from native OS, communication, collaboration, end-to-end encrypted group audio / video streaming, multi-party conferencing where you share you screen(s)
or particular window(s) from your native operating system, value transfers (both on-the-chain and off-the-chain) and gaming (feeling like looking for some Gold? Launch GridCraft, grab a metal detector
and be on your way! It's a game but under the hood it employs some cutting-edge achievements in cryptography to allow for rewards for such miniscule activities as finding stuff within a game).. or you might want to play Snake
(also multiplayer!) through the decentralized SSH Terminal Services.. yes.. each node operating the decentralized state-machine is capable of spawning a Shell for you.
Most commands are compatible with Unix/Linux
and to some extent, with DOS. Decentralized File System supporting Access Control Lists (ACLs) through
commands? Sure! Many in-terminal commands come with built-in MAN-pages.
Maybe you are feeling like deploying a decentralized web-site of your own? Editing it straight within the UI? Be our guest! Maybe you would like to deploy a NFT, by dragging and dropping a file from you computer and setting ownership through
? It's all possible.
As for communication note that we were the first to come up with a data-exchange protocol provably Sybil-proof in any kind of computer networks. All of the communicaiton sub-system employ these research findings.
If you use collaboration, communicaiton UI dApps on ⋮⋮⋮ GRIDNET OS
, data does not flow throuh any server.
No server is involed even during the WebRTC connection establishment phase. It's all decentralized.
Definitely feel invited to check out some of our research papers.
The only trusted thing from your perspective is your mobile device. Once you install the app (available for both iOS and Android), Hexi (our in-system AI) would guide you through setting up your public/private key pairs.
Then, whenever your consent is needed, you would simply scan QR code displayed on screen (it can be rendered in UI session rendered through WebGL, but also in terminal session over SSH through UNICODE 1.1. half-blocks for maximum
Remember, it's an alpha stage. We've been implementing it on YouTube LIVE almost each and every day since the early 2017. Private Investments are now open, soon we'll be opening up to a Public Investment Round.