- Storj (STORJ) is a decentralized cloud storage company.
- It provides a network of nodes to host user data secured with advanced encryption.
- Storj has a global network of more than 13,000 active nodes.
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On Thursday, the STORJ token surged 10.76% to US$0.715 at 4:45 am ET, a day after the announcements. Storj also plans to hold a webinar titled “Storj DCS Webinar” at 12:00 pm ET on Thursday, which could also be one of the reasons for gaining traction. DCS stands for Decentralized Cloud Storage.
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Storj tech experts are expected to discuss a range of internet-related subjects such as ‘bridging the gap between Web 2 and Web 3’, tools for Web3 integration, and what role Web3 technologies can play in areas like security, sustainability, and economics.
Let’s delve deeper to understand more about Storj.
What is Storj?
Storj is a decentralized cloud storage company. Storj offers enterprise-grade security, durability, and performance to Web3 and is used for storing digital assets like NFTs.
It recently announced a beta for its Inter Planetary File System or IPFS pinning service for minting platforms and NFT marketplaces.
The NFT minters, marketplaces, and platforms can upload NFTs to IPFS, create a content address, or use Storj HTTP for the IPFS upload endpoint.
The cloud storage platform provides a network of nodes to host user data secured by advanced encryption for instant access to NFTs.
Storj claims to offer NFT brands and minting platforms robust platform security to provide customers instant, uninterrupted access to their NFTs. According to its website, Storj has a global network of more than 13,000 active nodes and 39 billion objects.
Storj was launched by Shawn Wilkinson and John Quinn in 2014 to provide crypto platforms with an earning avenue through cloud storage services. It also offers nodes to space providers.
Storj rewards the storage space providers with STORJ tokens.
However, Storj recalibrated the project with the Storj V3 version launched in 2019.
Currently, Wilkinson serves as Storj’s chief strategy officer (CSO), Quinn is the chief revenue officer (CSO), and Ben Golub is the CEO.
STORJ is an ERC-20 token. Its current market capitalization is US$284 million, the circulating supply is US$397.4 million STORJ, and the total supply is 424.99 million.
It can be purchased from crypto exchanges, such as Binance, OKX, Bybit, MEXC., etc.
The token’s trading volume increased by 6.7% to US$188.5 million, suggesting its growing traction. However, investors should apply due diligence before investing in digital assets.
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