Scaling the Network of Distributed Storage
Folder Protocol (FOL) is designed to function as a second-layer solution
for decentralized storage network; an incentive layer on top of IPFS,
which enables to provide storage infrastructure for any data.
Folder protocol will benefit especially for decentralizing data,
building and running distributed applications, and implementing smart contracts that operate on large volumes of data. Additionally, it also benefits the users
for the faster retrieval and wider distribution of content;
anyone can participate contributing to the Folder protocol ecosystem
by node operating, mining and offering storage services.
Folder Protocol (FOL) provides the secure network and token that clients and miners can use to enter storage contracts in a peer-to-peer fashion. The protocol enables buyers and sellers to trade in storage space directly. As a result, clients and miners are free to negotiate prices and features.
The network constructs a P2P distributed file network for each continent-each network that is connected through Crust. Folder protocol redistributes stored files to Folder network by providing virtual supercomputing storage to improve each file retrieving speed.
Petabyte Level of
Data Sets Distributed
Datasets are distributed at Petabyte level to allow extremely quick storage and retrieval speed for users wider distribution of content
Large-Scale Computing Across Organizations
Virtual supercomputing storage to improve each file retrieving speed both for intra and inter-organization purpose for secure and fast data distribution
High-speed retrieval of stored contents throughout the continents to allow smooth high-definition and high-volume real-time media streaming
Supports Versioning and
Linking for Large Datasets
Distributed ledger system preserves all the file metadata, including file size, author to link a full-fledged large set of data serving model
Ticker Symbol: FOL
Total Supply: 200,000,000 FOL