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Unstoppable with StackOS

The decentralized cloud is going to change the way we share, deploy and store computer resources in the near future. Decentralized cloud computing is the next stage in the growth of blockchain as it allows the increase in performance while maintaining online anonymity. Decentralized cloud computing will make the blockchain unstoppable. This is why the Lendefi protocol is being deployed on StackOS.

What is StackOS?

“StackOS is a cross-chain open protocol, connecting developers with decentralized compute power through a no-code, UI-based application deployment engine.” ~ StackOS

“StackOS is hyper-focused on providing a better cloud experience for developers to deploy and run their applications. The StackOS’ decentralized cloud is tailored to deploying in minutes, making applications unstoppable, with lower cost, anonymously and more securely.” ~ StackOS, Litepaper V1.0

How Unstoppable is StackOS?

Restrictionless: With StackOS, developers can deploy decentralized applications, software, mainnet nodes and privatenets without restriction.

Permissionless: StackOS is also permissionless, you do not need any permission to deploy or store applications and data unlike centralized alternatives.

Costs less: StackOS is built to deploy apps (and store data) quickly and at a low cost. StackOS will allow anyone, anywhere on the planet, to deploy and run any application they want without paying expensive cloud management fees. StackOS also intends to help traditional businesses all around the world go online in a cost-effective and secure manner with minimal technological requirements.

Codeless: You don’t need large page guides on how to deploy applications or to hire expensive DevSecOps using StackOS because it offers codeless application deployment. User-anonymity and security are additionally ensured by the decentralized cloud, making it an unstoppable network protocol.

Trustless: StackOS is a distributed operating system with nodes all around the world. This feature means StackOS is a trustless and safe deployment platform. Furthemore, it ensures full decentralization for the Lendefi protocol.

Additional Benefits for Lendefi

To mitigate the risks of a DDoS attack, StackOS’ beacon node reduces the allowable bandwidth from an attacker’s address if it senses something fishy. This ensures that Lendefi users are safe and free from a DDoS attack.

In the instance of a node malfunction or node removal, StackOS’ network immediately moves to other node providers. Therefore, the system never shuts down. Truly Unstoppable!

The Lendefi protocol will deliver leveraged trading and secured lending to the cryptocurrency markets. Utilizing an undercollateralized loan model, Lendefi facilitates a trustless relationship between lenders and borrowers, managed by the protocol to remove counter-party risk.

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Lendefi’s innovative protocol delivers leveraged trading via secured undercollateralized loans.

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