Distributed Blockchain
Operating System

Transforming from the traditional singular linked chain concept to a block-tree type concept

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Network of interconnected block chains supported by a single main-chain

Using the main-chain to provide the majority of the peer to peer network security, whilst side-chains can be optimized for application specific needs.

Block-Tree

Self-Pruning network of inter-linked block-chains, this is analogous to a tree where the trunk of the tree is the main chain, branches are side chains, and leaves are content in any chain.

Side-chain

Side-Chains are either decentralized applications, servers, or other uses which wish to take advantage of the security provided by the main chain.

Main-Chain

Represents the iron-clad records of the network, whenever there is a conflict between different representations of a side-chain, the main chain’s rule is law.

Buffer-Chain

Act as a low latency memory for the chain with minimal proofs. To be constantly filled by end-applications and be emptied by requests from the side or main chain to sync respectively.

The main-chain, has a single buffer-chain that facilitates synchronize requests from side-chains. Side-chains can also have their own configurable buffer-chain.

  • Facilitate main-chain and side-chains to be mined simultaneously.
  • Allow for inter-communication between the main-chain and all side-chains.
  • Scale to multi-million requests or transactions per seconds.
  • Facilitate low-latency decentralized applications, services, and databases.
  • Reduce network bloat through automatic, intelligent, and reversible pruning.
  • Provide some measure of resistance to the threat of future potentially polynomial speed up.

DBOS . Distributed Blockchain Operating System

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DBOS

Enabling next-generation, decentralized applications (DAPPS) and services

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Databases

Databases can be created as side-chains, taking advantage of collation of SQL type statements; multiple statements can be grouped and executed at once to negate the downside of a 200ms response time for high frequency write operations.

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Servers and Web Hosting

Requests can be serviced from side-chains, where-by each node can provide a portion of the requested information/data, leading to a system akin to server load distribution but the advantage of being peer to peer; namely being massively distributed.

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Low Latency Voting Systems

By leveraging the main-chain’s security, private voting systems can be made that can be independently verified without trusting a given governmental entity, or organization. Furthermore, a semi-private system is also possible, whereby voter identity is kept secret but is still checked for uniqueness/validity in the application.

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Games

Distributed Peer to Peer game servers can be setup as the buffer-chain technology will allow latency as low as 200ms in a decentralized and virtually immune to denial of service fashion. 

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Smart Contracts

Both the main-chain and the side-chains can provide trust-less middleman services for all sorts of contracts, agreements, service for a fee and patent exchange.

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Patent Recording

Designs can be time-stamped by the network, resulting in virtually free trustworthy notary equivalent timestamps on patents.

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Payment Systems

Payments can be handle through both main-chain and side-chain applications; further through smart contracts, custom tokens may be issued without additional software.

DBOS Coin

DBOS Coin is used for setup of a side-chain, transactions on the main chain, payment for check pointing and API Services (whether coin generation is automatic by shared mining or by lump sum payment by developer for quota). It is also used to “buy” security from the main chain, via check-pointing rights as well as archiving rights and to pay for API calls.

Initial Distribution

Total Supply of DOC will be 500,000,000 Coins.

Private Sale: 25,000,000 are premined, rest are minable.

1% of the rest of the coins are minable per year, over a span of 100 years.

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Our Team

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Amir Eslampanah

Chief Architect

Currently regarded as one of the world’s top 10 experts in Blockchain and cryptography.

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Richard Wang

Advisor

A partner of Draper Dragon and is in charge of investments in artificial intelligence, blockchain, Internet of Things, etc.

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Nicholas Ng

Advisor

A veteran in the financial industry with vast experiences in IPOs, privatisations, and mergers and acquisitions.

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Mario Singh

Advisor

A widely sought-after thinker in the finance industry and has appeared on international media CNBC and Bloomberg.

Roadmap

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