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05 July 2018
nOSNet is a NEO blockchain powered public TestNet that enables software developers to launch as well as test out their developed nOS decentralised applications (dApps). Recently nOS announced that it had launched its nOSNet which acts as a sort of operating system (OS) that will run on both desktop and mobile devices.
This virtual OS will operate just like an application store similar to Google PlayStore or iStore and also as a browser. nOS smart contracts can also be deployed and it will enable users to both register and manage domains.
With the nOS public token sale scheduled for sometime in the third quarter of 2018 (between July and September), nOS has said that it would grant pre-sale privileges to those developers that are able to publish decentralised applications (dApps) on nOSNet as well as submit an application for nOSNet domain name.
Any developer of decentralised applications (dApps) can submit an application for a nOSNet domain name (nos://) just be doing two things. The first thing the the developer needs to do is to utilise the nOS Client which can be obtained on the nOS GitHub. Secondly, developers will need to submit an application for the nOSNet GAS that is needed for the deployment of a smart contract.
Those decentralised applications (dApps) that have been submitted by developers through the nOSNet TestNet will be subjected to scrutiny by the nOS team and if approved the dApps will be activated automatically in the “Name Service Smart Contract”.
Once this is done the dApps will then be available to the general public. Any user that wants to search for and utilise a particular dApp, all they need to do is to enter the domain name of the dApp onto the browser bar of the nOS Client (for example; nos://nos.neo) and the dApp will be displayed.
If a smart contract is to be deployed on nOSNet a developer needs to install neo-python to their desktop device and then comply with the specific instructions provided in the GitHub repo. As soon as a smart contract has been deployed, the dApp will then be completely accessible to both end-users as well as any other developer on the (nos:// protocol) and at your preferred domain name.
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