Decentralization becomes important as the Internet infrastructure is integrated into the hands of many large corporations. Companies are then encouraged to become good online managers, and those are probably just a few of them. Unfortunately, while many users are skeptical about how their data is used, there is not much alternative to centralized solutions available today.
To speed up the concept of a decentralized Internet and provide users with a legitimate alternative to the current system, companies need an infrastructure standard that allows them to easily present their offerings. Just as Amazon Web Services (AWS) provides the backend for enterprises to build complex applications for users, there must be a solution to help organizations in all industries run their own blockchain utility applications. By providing previously expensive and time-consuming internals, users can access more decentralized applications, allowing them to leave the central Internet that is mostly used today.
As a result, the next generation of blockchain technology requires solving two problems: decentralizing the Internet and creating a unified approach to implementing the technology in real time. Later, Flux came out to solve both of these problems.
According to the team,
“Flux is building the future of the decentralized internet. It is a magical constellation of talented and highly motivated people, innovative and free spirit and great blockchain technology.” The team has already indicated that they have over 2,200 nodes ready to power all of their next generation decentralized internet applications.
A complete ecosystem of parts
Flux currently consists of a Proof of Work (PoW) cryptocurrency (FLUX), a decentralized computer network known as FluxNodes, a Linux-based operating system (FluxOS) and a suite of blockchain applications (Zelcore). Together, the ecosystem provides diverse functions as an independent, open-source community enterprise without the need for venture capitalists. Together, Flux’s approach can challenge existing centralized organizations in a particular business sector with a decentralized alternative similar to Satoshi Nakamoto’s original vision.
The network itself can run any docked application, which makes it relatively easy to develop and distribute the application. An example of this is our platform partner, Kadena. Kadena Blockchain provides one of the fastest hybrid blockchain platforms in the world and launches full nodes on the Flux network while generating revenue for the Flux node and establishing Flux as the infrastructure platform to run the full node.
Flux uses infinite contracts in such a way that every DApp works as a smart contract in Web 3.0. As a result, each contract is infinitely scalable, can be written in any programming language, and integrated into any blockchain.
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To further support interoperability, the Flux team has also developed technology to combine blockchains, trading opportunities, and decentralized finance (DeFi). This solution is achieved through parallel assets that give Flux holders easy access to the decentralized world. Parallel assets are tokens that reside in the Flux ecosystem and reside in separate blockchains; At the moment it can be one of 10 different series. With these assets, users can “travel” between blockchains and provide them with the benefits of each chain at their disposal.
Flux currently has a computing network of 4,000 decentralized nodes, 8,975 CPU cores, 34.32 TB of RAM, and 427 TB of storage. The network is now fully operational, includes many decentralized applications, and is developing active partnerships with blockchain projects, companies, and application developers.
Flux laid the foundation for a centralized corporate Internet. Now is the time for users to design, manage and build their own applications on multiple servers at the same time.