Nebulous Skynet goes live; promises high-speed low-cost storage

Nebulous Skynet is now live, an official release from the Sia Network revealed recently. The Sia network developers, Nebulous group, has launched a brand new file sharing and distribution platform that promises high speeds and low operating costs.

The official release of Nebulous Skynet states that the platform is built to take on the bigwigs, including the InterPlanetary File System and Amazon web Services, by leveraging the decentralized technologies.

Nebulous is the brains behind the Sia decentralized cloud storage network. Launched in 2015, it delivers permission-free decentralized storage solutions. Currently, the network has around 2,000 users who store around one million smart contracts amounting to four petabytes.

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Nebulous Skynet leverages on Sia network to offer advanced features

Nebulous Skynet makes use of its cousin’s superior network features to offer more value to the clients. Users can upload their data and generate a link that can be shared with anyone. The end-users don’t have to operate full nodes to access the data on the shared link. Most importantly, Sia can be used by dApp developers instead of using AWS for storage layers. Read More...

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