As you may have noticed, we’ve spent most of the last nine months talking about the Storj network. We’ve focused most of our posts around our plans for (and significant progress towards) building a more economical, highly secure, highly performant, and very durable decentralized storage network.
We haven’t spent a ton of time talking about the utility token, STORJ. For the most part, we think that decentralization is bigger/more interesting than blockchain, and that blockchain is bigger/more interesting than cryptocurrencies and tokens.
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