Web3 needs a decentralized infrastructure.
Data protection is crucial due to increased home Internet traffic during the pandemic. Citizens do not possess their travel documents. Also, they are locked into banks with IBAN accounts and unsustainable legacy banking infrastructures. The European Commission aims to transition this governmental property towards a self-sovereign identity, thereby introducing new opportunities. Hence, Web3 needs a more decentralized infrastructure for the realization of user-centricity and healthier competitive ecosystems. Web3 focuses on providing services in exchange for personal user data. Web3 commits to user-centricity using decentralization and zero-server architecture. So what is StackOS? and how to move from Web2 to Web3?
StackOS AWS for Web3
What is StackOS?
StackOS is an open protocol that enables individuals to offer a decentralized cloud where one can deploy any full-stack application, blockchain private nets, decentralized app, and main net nodes in minutes, with full security at a lower cost. The Stack uses Stack Tokens to store information in non-volatile memory. A typically used case is to store the network information so that after an accidental reset, it can be part of the network without going through the association process.
What is Stack token Utility?
The STACK tokens locked by the developers are converted to USDT when sent to the infrastructure Node and Beacon Node for payments.
Marketplace License Fee
Some marketplace applications will enable users to deploy apps in a single click, while some applications here could be licensed. Payments for these would be made in STACK tokens.
StackOS: Moving from Web2 to Web3
StackOS connects each developer with decentralized computing power. And this can be done in a frictionless manner via a no-code, easy user interface (UI) based application deployment engine. Moreover, StackOS provides a way for decentralized applications, or any application for that matter, to deploy their applications in minutes.
The change from Web 2 to Web 3 needs decentralized applications, whereas decentralized applications need StackOS. It can be done by bringing together distributed computing resources.