Informational landing page in markdown to go along with the website
Lonero utilizes Cryptonote’s protocols and our HashBolt masternode consensus, taking security, transaction speeds, and mining profits to a new global standard.
What is Lonero?¶
- Utilizes our HashBolt masternode consensus that allows for mining on ASIC and Non-ASIC systems.
- Our decentralized technology allows both staking and mining in order to keep the technology ahead of the market.
- Lonero outperforms leading privacy coins by integrating HashBolt, higher block size, segregated witnesses, as well as a lightning network.
- Prioritizes safe and secure transactions by utilizing Cryptonote’s ring signature protocol and our custom multi-layer encryption.
Lonero Operating System¶
Lonero OS is based off of the Lubuntu OS, and has a few adding things such as:
- The uncompiled source binaries of: GitPrep, SMesh, Kademlia, Beaker Browser, and VPNBook
- Telegram Desktop installed
- DuckDuckGo should be the default browser
This project is part of an aim to create an open, distributed, censorship resistant operating system, and this is the beta of that.
- Support freedom and decentralization
- Has pre-installed source codes of P2P modules
- Already has bluetooth, and a bit-torrent transmission client (as does Lubuntu)
- An operating system easy to run decentralized blockchain applications on
- The same software modules used here is the same operating system for “ChainBoard” which is a hardware board used by startups such as Stark Drones Corporation
Install via Docker:
docker pull gamer456148/lonero-os
- Utilizing ANTLR Parsing
- Allows for Multi-State Machinery
- Truly built for Scientific Computing
and so much more….
Decentralized Internet Docs¶
- Tools and Protocols
- Distributed Computing
- Decentralized Web Model
- Headless Computing Systems
- Hardware Cryptography as a Service
- Post Quantum Cryptographic Research
- Enterprise Level Cryptography Networks
Main Installation Methods¶
Install via NPM:
npm i decentralized-internet
Install via DUB:
dub add decentralized-internet
Install via YARN:
yarn add decentralized-internet
Install via PIP:
pip install decentralized-internet
Install via APM:
apm install decentralized-internet
ember install decentralized-internet
Install via VS Code:
ext install Lonero.decentralized-internet
Install via SNAP:
sudo snap install decentralized-internet --edge
docker pull gamer456148/decentralized-internet
Arch Linux Installation Method:
git clone https://aur.archlinux.org/snapd.git cd snapd makepkg -si sudo systemctl enable --now snapd.socket sudo ln -s /var/lib/snapd/snap /snap sudo snap install decentralized-internet --edge
Install via Dart¶
Add to your pubspec.yaml file:
dependencies: decentralized_internet: ^3.4.1
Use this Module via Puppet¶
Add this to your Puppetfile as a declaration:
mod 'gamer456148-decentralized_internet', '0.5.0'
Next run the command:
bolt puppetfile install
Instead of the above, you can also try adding:
mod 'gamer456148-decentralized_internet', '0.5.0'
This mod line is for those who use r10k or Code Manager
Learn more here
This project was created in order to support a new internet. One that is more open, free, and censorship-resistant in comparison to the old internet. An internet that eventually wouldn’t need to rely on telecom towers, an outdated grid, or all these other “old school” forms of tech. We believe P2P compatibility is an important part of the future of the net. Grid Computing also plays a role in having a better means of transferring information in a speedy, more cost-efficient and reliable manner.
For citing this software:
Kamal, A. M. decentralized-internet. npm (2020). Available at: https://www.npmjs.com/package/decentralized-internet. (Accessed: 27th January 2020)
ChainBoard | The Next Gen Wireless Dev Board¶
ChainBoard is the next big thing for hardware enthusiasts, tinkerers and makers wanting to go “decentralized”
Having worked on an Underwater WiFi project before, I have had the experience of utilizing multiple microcontrollers in order to achieve what I wanted. Having a bunch of pieces of hardware wired together seemed inefficient, and I looked at what the main components I needed were. This led me to make ChainBoard. ChainBoard is meant to be a high end microcontroller and personal computer that has many components needed to build complex LoRaWAN, bluetooth, wireless and sensory projects. You essentially have what is needed for low-energy bluetooth, mesh networking, LoRa transmission, UART-based communication modules, and many more all into a single board.
*Some of the items that were in the above table included the below main components:
- 32-bit MCUs
- 915MHZ Lora Transceiver
- 928MHZ Lora+Bluetooth Module
- Bluetooth 4.2 BLE Module
- IEEE 802.11 b/g/n Low Energy Bluetooth Module
- USB to UART Bridge Controller
Not only can you use ChainBoard for the project ideas I demonstrated, but there are ways it can be utilized for much more. For example, one can create a smart plug or smart home system with ChainBoard. One can be able to have ChainBoard act as the mainframe for a small mesh network with multiple low cost bluetooth devices. One can create their own LoRaWAN transmission client. Somebody can even make a microcontroller controlled generator type system or utilize ChainBoard for an interconnected security system.
Given the capabilities of the components, and its cost, we didn’t want ChainBoard to be minimal in its applicable use cases. We wanted to create something that people may start building untop of. We wanted components that can be utilized for decentralization or P2P style connectivity. This may seem like just a extravagant project board, but we envision something much bigger. However, in order to make history, we feel we need to target the hobbyists first.