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Leveraging blockchain technology, Our Decentralized Cloud Storage allows you to upload and manage files on IPFS. The user-friendly interface combined with IPFS API makes our Cloud Storage the most efficient IPFS pinning service for platforms, collectors and creators

Features of our Cloud Storage Platform

File Infrastructure for NFTs

Our Cloud Storage provides verifiable and secure files for your NFTs. Whether you are a creator, collector or platform, upload files through Decentralized Cloud Storage, get your IPFS CID and link it to your NFT before minting to have secure NFT files.

Access Content Faster

Our Decentralized Cloud Storage Platform allows you to spin up your IPFS gateways with custom-designed domains. Your data is always available at your fingertips when you need it and scale as your project grows.

Easy API

Our developer-friendly and documented API, built for developers worldwide, enables pinning any type of content on the IPFS network.

Benefits of our Decentralized Cloud Storage Platform


Every file is encrypted, divided into pieces and stored on distributed nodes, making data breaches a thing of the past.


Every file is encrypted before getting uploaded and therefore, your data is in your hands and those you share it with.

Cloud Compatibility

Our Decentralized Cloud Storage works with tools you use and deploys within minutes using cloud platform storage services, including S3, Azure and Google Cloud.


Our product is completely open-source with contributions from leading software developers building innovative applications for enterprises and startups.

How Our Cloud Storage Platform Works?

Step 1
Encryption of objects

Decentralized Cloud Storage Platform encrypts all files automatically before they are uploaded.

Step 2
Encrypted objects are divided into pieces

After getting encrypted, every object is divided into identical pieces to any other object’s pieces.

Step 3
Object pieces are distributed globally

Object pieces are stored over a global network of storage nodes to prevent data breaches that occur because of storing an object in one place.

Step 4
Retrieve objects when you need

When retrieving an object, only 29 out of 80 pieces are required to reconstruct that object. Your data is quickly available with no central point of failure.

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