The platform works with file sharing, which means that if a user wants to store a file on Storj, he has to divide it first into smaller parts. This has a significant advantage, because you send and recall shards of your file at the same time, which makes the transfer a lot faster; also no single entity holds your entire file, and you're the only p erson who knows where are located all parts of it.The big difference in the ways Storj and torrents operate are: torrents publish the location of the shards publicly because they want everyone to be able to download them, while Storj's priority is safety a nd the uploader is the only person who knows where all the shards from their file are. Storj implements a distributed hash table called Kademlia that requires a private key that only the uploader has.
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|1||Zaif||SJCX/BTC||$0.32||$3.08||19.48%||18 Sep 2018 14:04:31|