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A decentralized code sharing platform that works with existing tools and workflows.

A network built for code collaboration. It does not change the way you currently work. It will work with your existing integrations, tools and workflows with little or no adjustments.

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MakeOS is a code hosting and collaboration network protocol designed to serve millions of software collaborators and organizations across the world. Anyone can use it. There is no central authority to restrict or censors collaborators.
The MakeOS network economics is driven by two native tokens — Latinum and Dilithium.

Latinum is the primary token for paying transaction fees, for participating in protocol and repository governance and for staking activities. Latinum is created by burning Dilithium.

Dilithium is the gas token of the network. It decays at a constant rate and burned to create Latinum. Like Latinum, Dilithium is used for paying network fees but it cannot be used for staking or for governance operations. It is created via a process known as proof-of-work.

Key Highlights

Proof-of-Stake Consensus: MakeOS is a proof of stake blockchain, built on Tendermint — A fast BFT consensus engine for building modern blockchain systems with fast finality. With Tendermint, blocks are finalized within seconds; There is no need to wait for multiple blocks before a transaction is confirmed.
Distributed Git Object Storage: MakeOS also builds on a distributed hash table technology that allows developers, collaborators and network participants to store and provide repository data to users at any time. We are also extending this layer to help developers distribute highly-available software releases and packages.
Asynchronous Collaboration: MakeOS allows developers to collaborate asynchronously like they already do on existing code sharing platforms but with the benefits of decentralization and cryptography. Collaborators do not need to be online at the same time. MakeOS incentivizes many storage providers and remotes to store a copy of your repository and allow you and your colleagues to collaborate wherever and whenever you want.
Dual Token System: Latinum and Dilithium are the two native tokens of the platform. Latinum is required for paying transaction fee and for staking in various governance operations. Dilithium on the other hand, is a constantly decaying token that is needed for generating new supply of Latinum and for paying protocol taxes. Dilithium requires Latinum to be staked to halt the rate of decay. This system provides a natural, in-protocol demand for Latinum which will have a deflationary effect on the Latinum supply.
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MakeOS Architecture

MakeOS network includes 4 major roles (Remote, Host, Validator, Miner) that work together to enable a completely decentralized, censorship-free, offline-first code collaboration system

Hosts store and replicate git objects. Remotes provide public git gateways for developers to fetch and push repository updates, while Validators propose new blocks and execute transactions and Miners mine dilithium which is used to create the main currency — Latinum.

Everything is backed by cryptography to ensure data integrity is preserved and only those with the right permissions can interact with repositories and other assets.

Network Features

These are the key features our team is working to make available to developers at mainnet launch.

Decentralized Storage

MakeOS architecture ensure git objects are immutably replicated on thousands of Host computers across the world. This ensures high-availability of repositories from any devices or location.

Collaboration Primitives

We extend git with new protocols for issue management, merge requests, discussions, code review and code snippets. These new capabilities are offline-first and built right into a git repository.

Code Distribution

With a decentralize storage system, developers can create software releases that are hosted, managed and replicated across many computers allowing software releases or packages to be distributed more freely.

Repository Actions

Build blockchain applications that respond to repository events and are upgradeable in a transparent way. The MakeOS virtual machine will allow developers to use existing and well-established languages to build applications.

Decentralized Ownership

Create software products and services that are co-owned by thousands of developers across the world. Configure governance and ownership rules that work for you, your organization or community.

Encrypted Repository

Want private repositories? We will allow developers create encrypted repositories that can only be decrypted and viewed by you or your teammates.

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Latinum

Latinum (“LTN”) is the primary cryptocurrency of the MakeOS network. It is money within the MakeOS network; It is used for governance, staking, fee payment and reward disbursement to network participants.Characteristics
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Created by block producers from burning Dilithium.

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Governance token for the protocol and repositories.

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Deflationary token with total supply of 700M.

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Used to reduce Dilithium decay rate via staking.

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Can be transferred freely between accounts.

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Used to prevent Dilithium decay

Initial Supply150 Million
This is the total number of Latinum that will be pre-mined and allocated at mainnet launch. It will be distributed to founding team, dilithium miners and open source projects.
Total Supply700 Million
This is the total number of Latinum that will ever be created and distributed on the mainnet. It will be created by validators by burning Dilithium.
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Dilithium

Dilithium Token (“DIL”) is the native gas currency of the MakeOS network. It is required by the protocol for performing core protocol operations such as Latinum generation, transaction processing and repository token generation.Characteristics
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Created via Proof-of-work.

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Burned to create Latinum.

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Decays over time.

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Decay rate can be slowed by staking Latinum.

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Used for paying protocol taxes

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Used for paying push transaction fees.

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Used for creating repository tokens.

Initial Supply (est.)> 1 Billion
This is the estimated amount of Dilithium that will be mined on the cloud miner. Some of this supply will be burned to generate the initial Latinum supply.
Year 2 Supply1 Billion
This is the estimated amount of Dilithium that may be mined yearly, beginning from the second year after a mainnet launch.
Half Life1 Month
This is the time it takes for 1 Dilithium to fall to half its original value on a MakeOS mainnet. For instance, 1 DIL becomes 0.5 DIL after 1 month and 0 DIL after 2 months.
Decay Delay Cost1 LTN
Dilitium are synonymous to batteries, they self-discharge. Holders may need to stake 1 LTN to halt the process of decay for 50 DIL on the mainnet.
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Proposed Token Economics

The table below proposes a token structure and economics of a MakeOS network. This is intended to serve as a guide for a MakeOS network mainnet launcher.

Proposed Token Distribution

The chart below proposes a token distribution and allocation formula for a fair MakeOS network launch.

Proposed Vesting Schedule

The table below is a vesting scheme that can be used by a MakeOS network launcher. The table attempts to create a vesting scheme that will keep founders, network launcher and the public incentivized, aligned and committed.