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ipfs - Peer-to-peer hypermedia protocol

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A peer-to-peer hypermedia protocol to make the web faster, safer, and more open.IPFS (the InterPlanetary File System) is a new hypermedia distribution protocol, addressed by content and identities. IPFS enables the creation of completely distributed applications. It aims to make the web faster, safer, and more open.

Peergos - A decentralised, secure file storage and social network

  •    Java

Peergos is a peer-to-peer encrypted filesystem with secure sharing of files designed to be resistant to surveillance of data content or friendship graphs. It will have a secure email replacement, with some interoperability with email. There will also be a totally private and secure social network, where users are in control of who sees what (executed cryptographically). The name Peergos comes from the Greek word Πύργος (Pyrgos), which means stronghold or tower, but phonetically spelt with the nice connection to being peer-to-peer. Pronuniation: peer-goss (as in gossip).

go-cid - Content ID v1 implemented in go

  •    Go

A package to handle content IDs in Go.This is an implementation in Go of the CID spec. It is used in go-ipfs and related packages to refer to a typed hunk of data.

go-ipld-eth - Plugin of the Go IPFS Client for Ethereum Blockchain IPLD objects

  •    Go

Please check the guide at this document in the /plugin directory.Small note: If editing the Readme, please conform to the standard-readme specification.




go-ipld-eth-import - :globe_with_meridians: Bring Ethereum to IPFS :globe_with_meridians:

  •    Go

go-ipld-eth-import is the set of tools that will help us to bring the Ethereum magic to the IPLD merkle forest.Please check the guide at this document.

haskell-ipld - An implementation of (some of) IPLD

  •    Haskell

PRs accepted. Small note: If editing the README, please conform to the standard-readme specification.

Lens - 🔍 Lens is an opt-in search engine and data collection tool to aid content discovery of the distributed web

  •    Go

Lens is an opt-in search engine and data collection tool to aid content discovery of the distributed web. Initially integrated with TEMPORAL, Lens will allow users to optionally have the data they upload be searched and indexed and be awarded with RTC for participating in the data collection process. Users can then search for "keywords" of content, such as "document" or "api". Lens will then use this keyword to retrieve all content which matched. Searching through Lens will be facilitated through the TEMPORAL web interface. Optionally, we will have a service independent from TEMPORAL which users can submit content to have it be indexed. This however, is not compensated with RTC. In order to receive the RTC, you must participate through Lens indexing within the TEMPORAL web interface.

cid - Self-describing content-addressed identifiers for distributed systems

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CID is a format for referencing content in distributed information systems, like IPFS. It leverages content addressing, cryptographic hashing, and self-describing formats. It is the core identifier used by IPFS and IPLD. A CID is a self-describing content-addressed identifier. It uses cryptographic hashes to achieve content addressing. It uses several multiformats to achieve flexible self-description, namely multihash for hashes, multicodec for data content types, and multibase to encode the CID itself into strings.


js-cid - CID implementation in JavaScript

  •    Javascript

CID implementation in JavaScript. The code published to npm that gets loaded on require is in fact an ES5 transpiled version with the right shims added. This means that you can require it and use with your favourite bundler without having to adjust asset management process.

rust-cid - CID in rust

  •    Rust

CID implementation in Rust. Then run cargo build.

ipld-explorer-cli - Explore the IPLD directed acyclic graph with your keyboard

  •    Javascript

Change DAG. Changes the current working DAG node to the specified path. If the path is starts with /ipfs or is a CID then change to that path otherwise path is taken to be relative to the current working DAG path. Print working DAG. Prints the path of the current working DAG.