Nexus - Advancing Distributed Technologies
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README.md

Nexus Core - 0.2.4.6

nex·usˈneksəs' : a connection or series of connections linking two or more things.

http://nexusearth.com

What is Nexus?

Nexus is a framework of tools that can be used to create most of the applications on the internet as we know it today. The core implementation is of a digital currency that rides on the backbones of the network and provides a stable storage and transmission of value from party to party.

Nexus is a connection between two or more things, with this following code being a set of tools to facilitate this connection between individuals.

Why Nexus?

Nexus provides the ability to improve the technology in digital currencies in the form of continued development of new architecture, organizations, financial contracts, and even distributed consensus and voting with the proper checks and balances. When the entire framework is complete, it will provide value to many other currencies besides nexus, and be capable of allowing the world to form structured systems together that can operate independent of one another, and be connected through the distributed network. This will create greater opportunity for those that have limited access to such things.

Development

Anyone is free to work on the source, master branch is regularly build and tested, but do not consider it completely stable until full releases. Please submit pull requests at your discretion if you would like to contribute to the core codebase. A contributing schematic will be provided soon on our standard for development.

License

Nexus is released under the terms of the MIT license. See COPYING for more information or see https://opensource.org/licenses/MIT.

Contact

Contact colin@nexus.io or join the public slack to get introduced to the community and help get in contact with other developers.