4EVERLAND officially announces that it has successfully obtained IPFS grants . 4EVERLAND will provide a distributed, highly efficient, self-motivated, and low-cost data hosting gateway based on IPFS.
IPFS (the InterPlanetary File System) is a peer-to-peer network and protocol designed to make the web faster, safer, and more open. IPFS upgrades the web to work peer to peer, addressing data by what it is instead of where it’s located on the network, or who is hosting it.
4EVERLAND is a blockchain technology-powered cloud computing platform, designed to help developers develop Web 3.0 applications efficiently. It features global acceleration, privacy protection, and distributed storage. 4EVERLAND’s data storage and transport layer are built on the IPFS network. Through a unique cryptographic and economic model design, a series of IPFS nodes are organized into a collaborative storage and gateway service that rewards contributing nodes and penalizes fraudulent ones.
4EVERLAND will officially launch 4EVER-HOSTING in the near future, and provide products and protocols such as DWeb hosting, decentralized gateway, decentralized domain name system(DDNS), and data services to help developers access Web 3.0 in one click. Eventually 4EVERLAND will be committed to build a globally accelerated, privacy-protected, link-perpetual distributed network and Web 3.0 infrastructure with IPFS.
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