Week 6 — Developer Study Jæm(Ekiti State)

With the jæmers in high spirit after successfully completing AEchat SmartContract, Week 6 kicked off on a positively brighter note.

  1. IPFS also keeps every version of your files and makes it simple to set up resilient networks for mirroring data.
  2. IPFS aims to surpass HTTP in order to build a better web for all of us. HTTP downloads files from one computer at a time instead of getting pieces from multiple computers simultaneously; peer - to - peer IPFS saves big on bandwidth up to 60% for video, making it possible to efficiently distribute high volumes of data without duplication and so on.
  3. IPFS removes duplications across the network.
  4. Each network node stores only content it is interested in, plus some indexing information that helps figure out which node is storing what. When you look up a file to view or download, you're asking the network to find the nodes that are storing the content behind that file's hash.
  5. You don't even need to remember the hash, though — every file can be found by human-readable names using a decentralized naming system called IPNS

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