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NEW: Request Partners with Aleph.im, Expanding Decentralized Storage of Invoicing Data On The Blockchain | Request
Aleph.im partners with Request Network to Expand Their Decentralized Storage of Invoicing Data On The Blockchain
Aleph.im, a cross-blockchain decentralized storage and computing network, announced today their partnership with Request Network, the invoicing technology for DeFi, DAOs and Crypto-first companies. Aleph.im offers a bridge between Request’s dedicated IPFS network and the IPFS public network where invoicing and transaction data can be stored as backup on their infrastructure, adding more resiliency and decentralization to the Request network.
Notable companies in the crypto industry including Maker, Gnosis, Aave, Ocean and Near foundation use Request Network to manage their financial flows, especially inbound and outbound payments. Request powers DeFi ecosystem transactions. From contractors to smart contract auditors or grant applicants, every single supplier is using Request to submit their invoices and get paid automatically in cryptocurrency.
“We’re honored to support a leading company like Request Network in their mission to offer highly accessible and secure invoicing services,” said Jonathan Schemoul, CEO of aleph.im. “Storing this data securely, in a decentralized manner is just one example of the capabilities of aleph.im and we’re excited to explore more B2B use cases on the network.”
Aleph.im aims to power the DWeb by allowing anyone to store data without using any centralized entity. With 48 nodes and counting, including recently announced financial services provider, Delchain, aleph.im pins all data across all the nodes on its network. Thus ensuring unstoppable, censorship-resistant and highly available data storage. To this date, already 8114 files have been stored by Request Network on aleph.im.
“We prove that each invoice is unique thanks to the code. Everyone can manage and trust the data source,” said Christophe L....
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