Blackbox Operating System – The Future Of Work

Introducing Blackbox: The Future of Work

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Technology is changing the world rapidly and is going to be the main proponent from innovation in the coming future as well. One aspect of society that is in the process of changing due to innovation happens to be the concept of work. Work is the main force of earning and is really the backbone of an entire society. As technologies such as artificial intelligence and automation come into play, work is bound to change and do so for the better. The future of work is basically here, with the development and release of the Blackbox OS.

What is the Blackbox OS

The Blackbox OS (BBOS) happens to be an application that links and joins multiple teams, companies, and projects on a single blockchain. All distributed entities are thus made the part of one blockchain that can be used to interact at any point and gives every single entity on it the right to communicate at lightning fast speed with other members of the chain. Developed upon Ethereum, the BBOS is a governed platform and a token operand that happens to exist as a distributed application (DApp). It serves internal contributors, internal organizations, along with token holders who collectively all make the Blackbox Network.

How Does the BBOS Aim to Change Work

The main aim of the BBOS is to utilize smart contracts and store data decentrally in order to remove any duplicate operations. These include duplicate workflows and any duplicate tasks. It also aims to improve collaboration between members and different teams in order to allow for more homogenous projects where everyone knows what they have to do and what has been done. Finally, the BBOS provides more fair evaluations of projects and based on those evaluations, it aims to offer rewards that are performance based, with the results being known to everyone.

As the world and the workforce shifts towards more electronic and unconventional methods of performing tasks, something is going to be needed to link the current paper methodologies with those of smart contracts and other electronic methodologies. BBOS is exactly the application that companies need to utilize as they move towards the future. By bridging the gap between decentralized technologies, BBOS allows companies to utilize the full power of technologies such as artificial intelligence. By utilizing these methods and by growing decentralized networks, the collaboration between humans improves, leading to more cooperation. Moreover, by facilitating individual nodes on a blockchain and empowering them with the most optimized of tasks, total cost is drastically reduced.

The Blackbox OS Protocol

The Blackbox OS is built to give your company the very tools it needs to optimize workflow and progress and be successful. The Blackbox OS Protocol is built upon the following aspects that are relevant to each and every organization:


Instead of shoehorning each and every organization in a preset type of governance, BBOS instead allows flexibility to each and every user. All companies are allowed to set up a system of governance that they normally use and use the BBOS to implement that system. It’s an application that takes your organization as is and uploads it onto a framework with technological aspects that allows optimization and fantastic processing time.


What the BBOS allows you to set up is a system of compensation that values the worth of work put in and relies on fairness. The compensation system is based on a fair judgment based on the work and quality of work everyone puts in. With compensation based on quality, greater work engagement is achieved and a greater focus towards quality is also seen amongst workers. If you are wondering how the OS will judge the quality of work done by individuals, the Deliverable Value Points and Points of Value system helps it achieve that.


For BBOS an employee’s identity is far more than their basic personal information. Their identity involves their value of work, their reputation, and the expertise they bring to a company or organization. In essence, everything that they do and their quality in doing that makes their identity and is used for recommendations for tasks and other opportunities.


The definition of management for BBOS is having an organization reach its goals. Management has been a main requirement for any company at any point. With the technology BBOS offers, the information gathering mechanism are optimized and increased, while feedback operations are more intelligent. This allows an organization make better decisions that are based on a far more optimized process. It’s an effective method for improving both personnel management as well as project management.


Security is an essential demand of all organizations. In the modern world of data breaches via hacking and other means, information security is vital. There are two kinds of security provided by BBOS. The first is protection against bad actors from within an organization. By providing organizations with strong checks on identity while optimizing management, security is easily improved. Secondly, by holding information on a permission based, private blockchain, all breaches from outside are prevented.

Points of Value and Deliverable Value Points

It is quite hard to judge a person’s contribution to a project based on just value. BBOS helps to do just that and allows organizations to find out just how much quality a single individual is giving to their work. It does it through an ingrained algorithm that is as follows:

DVP = S x Effort x COLA (E) x Q (E)

Here S stands for skill, which is judged based on the skill type and skill level of a task. Effort is the expected effort needed to be put in for that task. COLA (E) is the weighted average of the expect cost of living adjustment. Finally, the Q (E) is the weighted average of quality factor.

Skill and effort are based by experts, while COLA (E) and Q (E) are based at project level.

Finally, the points of value is a system that allows you a company to check the value an employee gives to a company. It is judged by this algorithm:


Here COLA and Q are general and not project specific. This all blends in and helps the BBOS to provide compensation based on quality.


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