Crust Network, a decentralized storage network that underpins Web3.0 style data & file architecture, is bringing highly practical, powerful but handy IPFS-based decentralized storage solutions packages to the Polygon ecosystem.
Crust Network is ready to facilitate Web3.0 style, decentralized storage experiences for Polygon users and developers with its 6,000+ IPFS nodes and approx. 2,000 Petabytes of available storage capacity, which is all achieved within just two weeks of Crust Network’s mainnet launch on September 1st!
What exactly does Crust Network bring to Polygon?
Crust Network fundamentally provides a package of comprehensive decentralized storage solutions for both Web3.0 end users and developers.
Files, Pins and Hosts all together make a rather complete portfolio for any end users and developers in the Web3.0 world to enjoy easy integration of decentralized storage. In the near future, Files, Pins and Hosts will be totally free of charge for Polygon ecosystem users under Crust Network’s funding. In the long-term, there will be a dedicated smart contract for placing storage orders directly from on-chain.
And more, Developer Toolkits — helps fast and simple integration of decentralized storage capability into Web3.0 applications.
About Crust Network
Crust Network is essentially an IPFS incentive layer protocol and a substrate-based blockchain that builds a decentralized storage network of Web3.0 ecosystem. Funded by DCF (Decentralized Cloud Foundation), It is designed to build a decentralized cloud ecosystem that values data privacy and ownership.