Exactly what you hear.
How we built our distributed computer?
We rely on two key concepts:
- -The rules of economic system called Collaborative commons.
- -Our nomenclators, which are a standardized data publishing system, responsible for standardizing the quality of the information and accurately defining the measured parameter. In short, a language. The union of these two concepts, builds an ontology, a whole.
To communicate with each other, the entire network must speak the same language and for this we developed IPFS, a content-based addressing system, so we do not depend on the location of the transmitters, improving latency and scalability. we do not depend on the location of the transmitters, improving latency and scalability.
As for the overall network, we use Distributed Hash Tables (DHT) with which we set up a peer-to-peer network as a layer over the Internet.
Regarding our resource economy and its economics, for the creation of digital assets, fungible or non-fungible, accessed by an API in a simple way, we implemented an EVM-compatible blockchain that enables the application of more sophisticated smart contracts for advanced business logic of resource usage.
An important feature of this blockchain is that they are only accessible to actors who have sufficient credentials to access their respective blockchains.
These networks are deployed on proprietary nodes that provide all the resources for the operation of the respective networks.
Fundamentals of resource exchange and distribution.
Since resources are tangible things that are consumed or lost if not used, we can associate
them to an NFT. This fulfills
two premises of our collaborative system. Resources can be abundant and recurrent (a node
always generates the same amount
of computation and storage over time) but has a finite number that can be saturated on
Resource sharing by itself guarantees neither availability nor underutilization (with few resources instant access to many).
As the energy equation of our complete system must be 0 or less than 0, nodes must pay SOS with resource tokens if they need energy from the network to function. In the case of generating their own energy and being in surplus, they will receive tokens in return.
Enabler of collaborative
The Space Operating System incentivize the sharing of the avaliable computational power as a service.
The resources in the network are represented by Energy token. This is a certification of the contribution to the ecosystem.
The SOS incentivizes collaboration with the Open Space Network by orchestrating the sharing of computational resources.