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Built on top of the Bitcoin blockchain
Omni is a platform for creating and trading custom digital assets and currencies. It is a software layer built on top of the most popular, most audited, most secure blockchain — Bitcoin. Omni transactions are Bitcoin transactions that enable next-generation features on the Bitcoin Blockchain. Your reference implementation, Omni Core is an enhanced Bitcoin Core that provides all the features of Bitcoin as well as advanced Omni Layer features.
Easily create custom currencies
With Omni it’s simple to create tokens to represent custom currencies or assets and to transact these via the Bitcoin blockchain. The power and simplicity offered by Omni has helped to make it the leading Bitcoin based token protocol. Click here to see a list of all created tokens. Required status checks ensure that all required CI tests are passing before collaborators can make changes to a protected branch.
Blockchain based crowdfunding
Decentralized crowdfunding is easy with Omni. Crowdsale participants can send bitcoins or tokens directly to an issuer address and the Omni Layer automatically delivers the crowdfunded tokens to the sender in return – all without needing to trust a third party. All currently active crowdsales can be found here.
Participants can use the distributed exchanges provided by the Omni Layer to exchange tokens for other tokens or bitcoins directly on the blockchain without the need for a third party exchange. Get started on the distributed exchange right now! With Omni and Tether, this was probably one of the nicest integrations I’ve ever done with a blockchain asset. Having the original bitcoin RPC on top of the additional commands was exactly how it should be.
Require pull request reviews before merging
Repository administrators can require that all pull requests receive a specific number of approving reviews before someone merges the pull request into a protected branch. You can require approving reviews from people with write permissions in the repository or from a designated code owner. Omni If you enable required reviews, collaborators can only push changes to a protected branch via a pull request that is approved by the required number of reviewers with write permissions. If a person with admin permissions chooses the Request changes option in a review, then that person must approve the pull request before the pull request can be merged.
If a reviewer who requests changes on a pull request isn’t available, anyone with write permissions for the repository can dismiss the blocking review. Even after all required reviewers have approved a pull request, collaborators cannot merge the pull request if there are other open pull requests that have a head branch pointing to the same commit with pending or rejected reviews. Omni Someone with write permissions must approve or dismiss the blocking review on the other pull requests first.