Upxoong combines a peer-to-peer network with blockchain technology to create the completely secure decentralized storage application for everyone.
Upxoong build on top of peer-to-peer network base on blockchain, your files aren’t stored in centralized data centers— instead, they’re encrypted, split into pieces, and distributed on a global cloud network.
Every file is encrypted, split into pieces, and stored on diverse Nodes, making data breaches a thing of the past. This decentralized approach also protects your data from malicious attacks.
Everything is encrypted before being uploaded—your data is only in your hands and those you share it with.
Due to our decentralized network of Storage Nodes, your data is multi-region by default, always available when you need it and can scale.
On average, Decentralized cloud storage costs 90% less than incumbent cloud storage.
Distributes and stores redundant file segments on nodes across the globe, eliminating any single point of failure and ensuring 100% uptime.
Upxoong combines a peer-to-peer network with blockchain technology
to create the world’s first decentralized storage services for end users.
Like with conventional cloud computing, you pay as you use, instead of pre-paying for a server. However, instead of all the data being stored in a centralized server, the data is distributed into different chunks and stored inside the different nodes of a peer-to-peer (P2P) network. The ultimate goal of Web 3.0 is to provide internet service which is decentralized, censorship-resistant, and doesn’t require the user to give up control over their content.
Traditional cloud storage, all of your data resides in one large data center that the company hands over their data to a third-party for storing services. If a part of datacenter goes down, you won’t be able to access your data at best, and at worst, your data could be permanently lost or damaged and it is susceptible to censorship by goverment.
Decentralized storage platforms break apart the users’ files and distribute across multiple nodes on blockchain network. Even if one of the nodes goes down, the rest of the network will be more than capable of making up for the slack. Since the data is scattered across multiple nodes and encrypted with a private key, no one can see the data except its owner.