StackOS ($STACK) — A Decentralized Cloud Hosting Protocol
Launch Date: Friday April 23rd
Snapshot #1: Thursday April 22nd, 5 AM UTC
Snapshot #2: Friday April 23rd, 5 AM UTC
Public Sale Token Price: $0.015 BUSD
Allocation Round Open: Friday April 23th, 8 AM UTC
Public Sale (FCFS) Round Open: Friday April 23th, 1 PM UTC
Pancakeswap Listing Date/Time: Friday April 23th, Time TBA
Maximum Token Supply: 1,000,000,000 $STACK
Tokens Available in BSCPAD Public Sale: 14,000,000 $STACK
Circulating Supply at Listing: 52,000,000 $STACK
Market Capitalization at Listing: $780,000 USD
Public Sale Vesting Schedule: 25% at TGE, then 25% per month for 3 months
StackOS is a cross-chain open infrastructure protocol that allows developers and end users to deploy full-stack applications, decentralized apps, blockchain privatenets and mainnet nodes. The network is permissionless, allowing anyone to provide computational power and storage in exchange for cryptocurrency.
Deployment can be carried out in mere minutes with no sign up process or personal data shared, aligning the platform with the permissionless ethos of blockchain. StackOS features a multitude of functionalities that can help individuals and businesses:
What problems does it solve?
The most prominent hosting services in use today are centralized and rely on server uptime for reliability. Getting the infrastructure setup well is very hard and requires infrastructural experts to get it done right which can take weeks. Once it is done right there is a need for automated maintenance which almost never happens, making it less secure. StackOS provides the infrastructure making fast and safe deployments in minutes a reality. Users of these centralized platforms must register and provide personal data and/or consent to sharing information about their device activity. With StackOS, developers will be given a fully decentralized system that is more resilient and completely anonymous.
1. Application Deployment
Applications in StackOS are deployed as a stateful container using docker images. The ability to use all existing and publicly available docker images, multi-language support makes our platform the most efficient solution available. Applications can be deployed in minutes, making StackOS faster than our blockchain based and traditionally designed competitors.
2. Decentralized Cloud Computing
Since StackOS is an open protocol, anyone from anywhere can join the network and offer their computational power. The end result is a more robust network that is less susceptible to downtime and targeted attacks.
3. Private and Public Testnet Environments
Onboard testnet integration means that developers can deploy a dApp to a private environment for testing, progress to a public testnet for community interaction and finally onto mainnet — all from one interface.
4. CI/CD Functionality
StackOS’ Virtual Machine easily integrates with your CI/CD tools like Jenkins, Gitlab and Github to provide a one click deploy of your applications to the StackOS’ cloud.
The $STACK Token
StackOS aims to open liquidity pools for people to stake STACK and USDT tokens to receive rewards.
STACK token is the active currency for paying for the compute resources on StackOS, people can pay with ETH and BNB but they get swapped with STACK to operate.
Community members can run nodes by staking STACK tokens, and for running the infrastructure for the decentralized cloud, they get receive payments and STACK rewards.
Governance (Voting Rights)
STACK tokens are at the core of the governance of StackOS. Once the DAO opens, community members can stake their STACK tokens to govern the network and earn.
Milestones Achieved To Date
Next Steps (in priority)
2. Beacon Node automation
3. Cross-chain integration
4. NFT marketplace — Turning applications into NFT’s
6. GoToMarket — crypto and traditional markets
Vishnu Korde: https://www.linkedin.com/in/vishnukorde/, https://twitter.com/VishnuKorde
Karthik Ghantasala: https://www.linkedin.com/in/karthik-ghantasala-40829824/
Jinendra Khobare: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jinendra-khobare-99003923/
Ashwin Yardi: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ashwin-yardi/
Bhavya Mehta: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bhavya-y-mehta/
Steve Park: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sukjunstevepark/
Fabio Canesin: https://twitter.com/canesin
Nathaniel Walpole: https://www.linkedin.com/in/n-walpole/
Important details about participation on BSCPad:
BSCPad uses a tiered model that requires users to hold at least 1000 $BSCPAD tokens to participate. For full details, review the landing page of our website at https://bscpad.com/.
Users must complete KYC verification before participating on BSCPad. For full details on completing this process, read our explainer article linked below. We have also included a list of restricted regions for easy reference.
Restricted Region List: Botswana, Cambodia, Central African Republic, Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Republic of Seychelles, Ethiopia, Ghana, Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, South Sudan, Sri Lanka, Syria, Sudan, Thailand, Trinidad and Tobago, Tunisia, Venezuela, Yemen, and the United States of America (herein “Prohibited Jurisdictions”)
Bronze and Silver tier members must complete additional social media engagement tasks in order to be whitelisted for each IDO. The requirements for this specific IDO are listed below:
Whitelist Requirements for Bronze and Silver Members:
1. Join the #STACKOS Telegram: https://t.me/StackOS
2. Follow #STACKOS on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DeployOnStackOS
3. Follow #BSCPAD on Twitter: https://twitter.com/BSCPad
4. Create a tweet on your twitter account with #BSCPAD & #STACKOS hashtags and share the link in the whitelist.
5. Follow the steps inside the white list form: https://bscpad.wufoo.com/forms/m1coggva1v2rttp/
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