Happy to announce that Bluzelle’s file storage is no longer on the soft mainnet and has been upgraded to the full mainnet. This is also connected to the support of a large number of NFTs, some of which are now being incorporated into the Bluzelle file system. These will be announced in the upcoming Deep Dive Announcements in the coming weeks.
Early Supporters will receive quadruple staking rewards
To honor this significant achievement with the community, Bluzelle is boosting the daily staking incentives by four times (4x) the profits value for the remainder of 2021. This increased number puts us on track with the stake release plan from last year.
The following concepts can be noted in relation to the alignment of the staking:
- Encourage loyalty
- Encourage tenure
- Encourage larger stakes
Staking awards are given out on a daily basis and shown on your available balance (not in the “reward” area of the dashboard).
The Benefits of Switching to the Storage Mainnet
The new Bluzelle Storage Mainnet allows users to transfer, store, and share files up to 100 MB in size, which is a significant advancement because it can be used to transport, save, and share huge photographs, music files, and movies. This size restriction will rise with the proportion of Bluzelle network’s maturity, increasing the initiatives to bring about broad adoption.
Because IPFS does not repeat anything and is also not free, data replication takes place throughout the whole network. This would entail extremely high prices and technological constraints. Replication of IPFS (poor) takes roughly 10 seconds. This implies that once you have uploaded your file, it will be stored at more than 50 nodes throughout the world. This is a small number of nodules in comparison to Bluzelle’s eyesight.
Bluzelle aims for hundreds, if not thousands, of nodes in the long run, because this ensures that data are always safe, secure, and accessible.
The Bluzelle team has set itself the goal of combining blockchain with torrent. A torrent file, also known as a meta-info file, is a computer file that contains metadata about the files and folders to be distributed, as well as a list of the network locations of trackers, which are computers that use the BitTorrent file distribution system’s Participants to help find each other and form efficient distribution groups known as swarms. The content to be disseminated is not contained in a torrent file. It only contains information about these files: B. their names, folder structures, and sizes, as well as cryptographic hash values for file integrity verification.
Bluzelle is employing a version 2.0 of the torrent network, in which all of the Bluzelle nodes are also torrent peers and store all files using torrent’s proven techniques. Furthermore, the tried-and-true database technology ensures that your file remains uncorrupted and legitimate, just as it was when you submitted it.
Finally, Bluzelle employ torrent to ensure that your file is distributed globally. This is the greatest approach to ensure that you never lose anything and that you may save as many copies of it as you like on a secure decentralized network like Bluzelle.
Bluzelle provides unrivaled security, unrivaled availability, and censorship resistance. Bluzelle safeguards the intellectual property of all creators, whether they are artists, musicians, scientists, publishers, or developers. When you keep your creation on Bluzelle, you can be certain that it will always be available, at any time, and without fear.