Brahma OS whitepaper

| November 13, 2018

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Brahma OS aims to build a decentralized, secure and trusted blockchain operating system that deconstructs the existing services and applies various decentralized services and components to ensures that users can make use of services and applications on the blockchain safely and easily to achieve the transmission of information and value.

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