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In addition to Dlive, another star project in the TRON family is BTFS. BTFS is both a protocol and network application that provides a content adjustable, peer, to peer mechanism for sharing content in a decentralized system. This is known as DFs. BTFS ecosystem consists of five components, namely BTFS network, TRON network, BitTorrent network, TRON, and BTE.
As a crucial part of the BitTorrent ecosystem, they are engaged in sound interaction with the BitTorrent speed. We like other products to empower users. Now, let us join Charles, CEO of Dlive, Justin, head of BitTorrent head of product engineering and Eric,s technical lead on BTFS on the rise of distributed I have storage.
So let’s go to the next question. The distribution network, one of the core Blockchain technologies is to have the key growing field for the future. The birth of the distributed storages as — into the distributed network applications. Although lots of companies have delved into the distributed storage since the rise of the internet, a few of them have delivered actual breakthroughs.
Many of us are familiar with the history of distributed storage. So would you please share with us your insights on this subject? So Charles, please go first. Thank you!
>> Charles: Okay. I will do it first. So if you’re asking this question a couple of years ago, I would say it’s more like a concept, right? At least for video platforms. Two years ago in the beta version of Dlive, when we were launched on the steam blockchain, Dlive had a building, a video playing support for uploading videos in the past broadcast.
We try to implement IPFS to host the videos but it didn’t work out well. Most of our user experience lagging or sometimes the video isn’t even playable. Now, with the solution of the ...
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