The basic principle of distributed storage is to divide a file into fragments and store them encrypted on different nodes. Only the users who obtain the key can download and restore the file normally.
IPWeb incorporates the redundancy technology so that the files can be completely recovered even if 30% to 70% of the fragments are lost or the nodes are down.
Users participating in the IPWeb ecosystem can “mine” in a variety of ways. Users can download the software from the IPWeb official website and install it on their computer or mobile phone to become a network node.
They can also purchase special mining machines provided by IPWeb, and easily get the storage incentives given by the network every day.
IPWeb originated in Japan, with research and development team from all over the world. The team has extensive experience in the field of blockchain, distributed storage, cryptography, communications and more.
We have succeeded in breaking through all kinds of technical difficulties. You can see the test version of IPWeb and the operation of the platform intuitively from the official website.
The IPWeb test network is running normally, nodes are constantly increasing, and now a new block is generated every 3 seconds.
We also provide a distributed storage browser that can implement the IPWeb communication protocol.
The biggest difference from the traditional Internet is that each file is implemented as a hash address.
IPWeb technology will reshape the Internet ecosystem and cover search, streaming media, content, smart TV, web, mobile terminals and other fields.
IPWeb has successfully implemented the world's first distributed storage-based protocol, browser and application, which will challenge the centralized Internet system in the future.
IPWeb is a new generation of Internet based on distributed storage.