Press release. On December 21, 2020, the Nexus Protocol White Paper was released. The new Internet will be powered by a blockchain-based operating system (LX-OS) and a communication protocol (Nexus protocol) that will be connected via a distributed satellite-based mesh network. The White Paper contains technical features and mathematical models that demonstrate and demonstrate the feasibility, value proposition, and practicality of this novel’s structural framework. Building a Decentralized and Unsuitable Internet.
Web 3.0 or Decentralized Web (DWEB), the next evolution of the Internet, was designed to liberate digital communication by reducing reliance on certain companies and technologies chosen by consumers, ultimately to reduce the dominance of compounds. The Nexus Protocol takes this one step further by decentralizing and democratizing network infrastructure hardware and software. The network consists of tokenized micro-satellites, ground stations and phase antennas that form the backbone of the infrastructure, providing an alternative to centralized Internet service providers (ISPs). Building a Decentralized and Unsuitable Internet.
Tokenized micro-satellite constellations provide an opportunity for individuals to own a portion of the physical infrastructure of the Internet, build equity, and participate in decentralized governance. Micro-satellites operate in a number of low Earth orbit (LEO) constellations to provide less latency and open access to the Nexus protocol worldwide. Building a Decentralized and Unsuitable Internet. The White Paper indicates that future documentation will provide more detail, including the initial document and the minimum number of satellites needed to create galaxy simulations. An additional stellar value proposition is the inclusion of the upcoming Nexus LLD file system, which allows individuals to negotiate hosting agreements between companies and generate a direct return on investment (ROI) from available flash memory. The essence of the design is below:
- Each constellation is represented by a unique set of fungible tokens created on Nexus.
- Ownership and optional voting rights are maintained by equity represented by these tokens.
- Revenue generated from the constellation is automatically dispersed to the owners by token rewards.
- Direct economic benefits are provided to entities that deploy satellites, similar to how mining incentivizes the building of a blockchain.
- Micro-satellites will provide reputation-based network services to supplement the routing system between ground stations and their aggregated clients.
Ground stations operate on cell-like topology, handle massive network processing and supply localized content, edge computing and routing services. Step-by-step antennas are used to maintain links to micro satellites in LEO. This type of antenna is electrically steered and can absorb high gains and mobility, so it has been selected for continuous two-way communication between satellites and ground stations. In terms of end-user access, two criteria are currently being considered: Wi-Fi local hotspots and cellular LTE technology.Building a Decentralized and Unsuitable Internet.
Building a Decentralized and Unsuitable Internet
Ground infrastructure provides content delivery services to local networks, creating the opportunity for ground station operators to generate ROI. Operators will be able to provide geo-spatial cache services to deliver a variety of content delivery speeds to their local customers.
Frequency allocation is important to ensure that the Nexus protocol reaches the goal of a free and open protocol, unrestricted and unintentional by any single party. To achieve this, it uses the 5.8 GHz Industrial, Scientific and Medical (ISM) band, which does not require licensing or has restrictions on antenna gains. The white paper also includes the possibility of a mathematical proof modeling link within the limits of the selected ISM band.
LX-OS, a Nexus operating system (OS) specifically designed for the Nexus protocol, is currently in development to reduce overall risk for hardware extractions, security requirements and embedded devices, micro satellites and user-grade hardware. These security features are enforced by enhancing the Nexus blockchain for user authentication and data authentication. LX-OS was initially marketed for micro-satellites and IoT devices, as each was known for its risks. These industries can benefit significantly from improved defense and dynamic management capabilities.
While creating universal economic opportunities, the infrastructure components are nicely intertwined with the economic model designed to provide humanity with free access to Internet services around the world and to maximize multiple revenue streams. It is reinforced with mathematical models that prevent monopolies by monetizing exploitative behaviors, thereby increasing incentives for cooperatives.
The Nexus protocol integrates into the TAO Framework, a seven-layer software stack that simplifies smart contracts, DApps, tokens, and assets (NFTs) through application programming interfaces (APIs).
In keeping with true open source crypto values, the white paper was preserved as an open specification, which was time stamped and the property name on the Nexus blockchain was US: NP-WP. It is publicly available through the Nexus API.
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