OpenBazaar is a decentralized marketplace where goods and services are traded directly between parties without any middleman. They use IPFS for data storage. https://openbazaar.org
Brave Web Browser has built in IPFS support
Arbore is a free and open-source file-sharing application that enables you to send your pictures, documents, and files to your contacts privately and without limits.
FileNation is an open-source tool for sharing files using IPFS.
A dead drop is a drive or another storage device that is physically immobilized in a public location for people to pick up and deposit files. There is now an IPFS version, thanks to the IPFS Dead Drop project .
Snapshot is a voting platform for Web3 projects, DAOs, and communities that uses IPFS as its main storage layer. Snapshot uses IPFS to store proposals and user votes using a technique known as ‘off-chain’ voting, where the cryptographic signatures proving user votes are persisted to IPFS instead of being stored on the blockchain.
PeerPad.net is a service that allows you to write, collaborate, and export Markdown documents directly in your browser, similar to how Google Docs works.
The Inter-Planetary Version Control system (IPVC) is a distributed version control system similar to git but built on IPFS. It is suitable for any kind of data, not only human-readable content. It is also particularly suitable for versioning large files. The underlying concepts are heavily influenced by git and gitless .
Berty.tech will be an IPFS-based messaging app that will ensure connections are made directly between devices, without the need for servers, and will work on a local network if there is no internet connection. It will also work over Bluetooth or other proximity transport.
Decentraland is a virtual world you can explore with a VR set, your computer, or your smartphone. They store all the assets on IPFS, so these heavy files can be fetched from several other users at the same time for faster loading and synching.
DTube is hosting videos on IPFS to reduce stress on their infrastructure. The website itself is not decentralized, but it mainly manages coordination between users and the discoverability of content.
Killcord is an open project to automatically publicly publish data if the user doesn’t check in after some time. This can ensure the ongoing investigation of a journalist carries on if they are unable to do it themselves, as the information gathered will now be public.
Actyx is helping the manufacturers to upgrade their plants to the Industry 4.0era, meaning connecting the machines together for better performance, tolerance to failure, and flexibility. Actyx built a custom operating system on top of IPFS they deploy on all machines, so they emit metrics, receive orders, sync up information, and compute their next move locally.
For MongoDB, you can use ThreadDB or AvionDB , which are unstructured databases built on top of IPFS
Fleek.co allows you to effortlessly build sites & apps on IPFS. The workflow is similar to that of Netlify: developers can link their website or a web app hosted on GitHub to Fleek and have it automatically built and deployed on IPFS whenever a change is made to a specific branch. Fleek also comes with Ethereum Name Service (ENS) and domain name integration and plan to enable many more ways to deploy soon: more Git providers, deploy via command-line interface, drag & drop a folder, via API, etc.
Embark is an all-in-one developer platform for building and deploying decentralized applications. It currently integrates with Ethereum blockchains, decentralized storage like IPFS, and decentralized communication platforms like Whisper and Orbit.
Several plugins exist to decentralize your website built with popular static-site generators like VuePress or Gatsby .
The SecureMyState government-citizen communication app was built in two days during the ETHDenver 2020 hackathon. It lets Colorado citizens manage state-owned data about themselves, such as their driving license status or business registration. You can find out more about this project on Medium .
Origin is a blockchain-powered online commerce platform that stores data on IPFS. The Brave web browser has its own store on it to sell their swag.
GitHub Action lets you upload your GitHub Releases on IPFS automatically.
Aragon , a service for creating DAOs, uses IPFS to store its data.
IOTA is a foundation maintaining the Tangle , a blockchain-like network with zero fees. Their vision is to automate the exchange of data between sensors, machines, and other devices, for free or sold by the provider. IOTA announced that data can now be hosted on IPFS, as shown in this demo .
MindSync wants to build a blockchain hosting AI competitions and let AI skills offer and demand meet.
RocketShoes is an education platform where students produce and tag learning materials, assignments, notes, and digital assets. These are stored on IPFS, and the blockchain ensures the timestamping, proof of ownership, and incentivization layer.
TheGraph wants to enable users to look for information on any blockchain or distributed service thanks to their query language GraphQL and the indexations of the chains thanks to IPFS.
Idena is a blockchain to prove that you are human (which is distinct from DID). It uses IPFS under the hood.
Robonomics is building a framework on top of Ethereum and IPFS for smart cities apps to easily exchange data (from sensors or computation, for example).
Augur is a blockchain and decentralized market where you can bet on anything or request predictions from the crowd’s wisdom. Like so many blockchain-based apps, the data is hosted on IPFS.
The weather risk marketplace Arbol relies on blockchain technology to track and validate weather data. Arbol uses IPFS to store multiple terabytes of verified weather data without fear of tampering.
Decentralized Identity is the concept of storing all your personal data on your devices rather than let every service you use store a partial copy of it. You having control of your data means that you decide which app has access to what, that you only fill in your information once, and that you can revoke access. Decentralized identity is a hot topic, and IPFS is one of the core technologies a lot of engineers build around. The identity wallet Nomios
Element is an open-source project that combines the content addressing and the interactiveness of Ethereum smart contracts to provide a tool for managing identity.
3ID Connect is developed by 3Box , a personal data manager for apps leveraging IPFS. 3Box wants to make using decentralized identity as simple as clicking on Connect with Google or Connect with Facebook. Their article explaining how to bring it to your app.
The Ceramic Protocol is another proposition for decentralized identity on IPFS, along with a complete protocol for data and document exchanges.
Haven Protocol this is an open project to automatically publicly publish data if the user doesn’t check in after some time. It uses IPFS to ensure the ongoing investigation of a journalist carries on if they are unable to do it themselves, as the information gathered will now be public10.
White Rabbit : This project aims to use IPFS to distribute movies when requested by its users. By adding their proprietary secret-sauce, they will facilitate the legal streaming of videos over the P2P network
Content Delivery Networks
There are private and free companies doing this. Some open source attempts. Check out the CDNs at the bottom of the article. One of these surely would be open to SN.
As I understand it, the question is related to an earlier thread in which you asked what companies inspire forum users?
I really would like to help and I do not know if my vote will be helpful but I will try, because I believe that SafeNet is facing many threats.
I have been analyzing the genesis of SafeNet for a long time and I am considering how it should start in order to move and not make any major slip-ups at the beginning. And although I keep my fingers crossed for the start of the project, I have serious doubts whether the launch of the network, should include existing companies that store decentralized data.
Correct me if I am wrong, but I think that create network should be done with resources, the loss of which will have negligible effects, and problems with disruption in the operation of companies/projects that store more or less important data can be counterproductive.
Is this the stage, that (in assumption) allows for such bold talks/tests/analyses?
I am sorry because I was not specific enough. If I understand the research correctly are intended to explore the market in terms of acquiring companies/projects for the development of SafeNet that could contribute their resources to the network and test (because even when SafeNet starts working, it will still be testing such a new medium as an autonomous network) data storage in the SN
Did I understand correctly?
If so, I have concerns about this strategy of introducing the project to the market, and if I misunderstood and it is just a comparison to other companies as they entered the market, then everything is ok
Happy to see all the points, but especially this one first:
A while ago, I was trying to sell a software as a means to make some additional income. The guys, friends of mine, who made the software thought that their software is unique, and doesn’t really have much, or any competitors.
I believed them, and it sounded like a good job. What they didn’t realize, and what I found out soon after starting the job, was that while it was true that their software was unique, it wasn’t the only one aimed at solving the problems it was supposed to solve. Not even close, the space was actually quite heavily competed, and other companies were much better in getting their message across.
I quitted the job soon, as there was absolutely no chance to get the software anywhere. Not just because of others having better marketing, the software itself wasn’t just ready - and I wasn’t sure it would ever get there.
Over 1,700,000 identities and 30,000,000 pieces of content have been published to the LBRY blockchain. As long as the LBRY blockchain continues to be mined, those identities and records will continue to exist.
However, the content itself is not published to the blockchain, and requires host nodes to function. If Odysee chooses to stop utilizing LBRY, then content that is not actively seeded by others will stop being available. Using LBRY Desktop is the best way to ensure your content remains available.
Can Odysee switch from LBRY?
Maybe? Maybe not? It’s unclear whether Odysee has permission to port content that was published from LBRY to somewhere else. Additionally, at one point Odysee promised users that it would always use LBRY so long as it was legal to do so.
But we’re feeling pretty done with legal fights, and we’d rather see our friends at Odysee continue to do productive work supporting free speech. Ultimately, this will be decided by users, not by us, and we encourage users to wait and see.
There is opportunity here. Maybe the SN could save the content from being lost forever. Maybe Odysee could migrate to us the SN to serve content?