Storj Blog

Leading up to the launch of Storj network V3, we feel the time is right to update the brand to better reflect the resilient, distributed nature of our platform. The V3 network will deliver a massive improvement in durability, scalability, performance and ease of integration. It will also support streaming, drop-in S3 compatibility and achieve a significant improvement in both performance and reliability.

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With so much to discuss about the last few months, and only an hour to do so, we focused on two key topics for our Q2 2018 town hall: farmer payouts and V3 development progress.

Establishing a process for consistent monthly payments is one of our top goals. John Gleeson, vice president of operations, described the following schedule:

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At the beginning of this year, our team announced we were working toward an updated architecture that would allow the network to scale to exabyte capacity. As part of this announcement, we also revealed we would be pausing new user signups to ensure accessibility, reliability, and integrity of our current customers’ data. As a provider of decentralized cloud storage, ensuring data integrity is essential, and our current customers who actively store data on the Storj network are extremely important to us as we continue on our path toward re-architecting the network and building different use cases for decentralized storage.

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The FileZilla Project has been busy. In the last few months, the open source FTP application has added new integrations, including one with Microsoft for Azure integration with FileZilla Pro. We talked to Roberto Galoppini, Director of Strategy for FileZilla, about what makes the Storj relationship special.

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