Cubbit, a project that could radically change the internet. The concept is simple, distribute cloud storage like Dropbox, Onedrive, etc. but with one fundamental difference, the whole infrastructure is based on P2P. No centralized servers owned by company that can access your data. I would not be surprised if in the future, not only cloud storage, but the whole internet network can be based on this type of structure completely independent of centralized servers, but on a distribution on various nodes.
- Privacy, you will always be in charge of your data, nobody can access it without your authorization
- No data loss thanks to an efficient redundancy system. If your node fail, thanks to the distributed structure you can always access your files wherever you are
- No fee or subscription to pay, once you have purchased the node you will have 512Gb or 1Tb of space available, it depends on the version you have chosen. Also if you need more space, just attach any disk to the node and get additional space for free
- Excellent performance thanks to the P2P-based system
- 10 times more efficient than the cloud based on traditional datacenters, the environment thanks
How does it work?
The operation is very simple, just buy a cubbit cell (or node), connect it to your modem/router, nothing else. There are also mobile apps that allow you to access your data from your favorite mobile device. Alternatively you can use your browser. If you have experience with Dropbox, Onedrive, Gdrive, the operation is identical, with the fundamental difference that your data is not on Google, Microsoft, etc. servers. Your files are encrypted, fragmented and distributed on all nodes of the cubbit network, nobody can access them. The system is catastrophe-proof, whatever happens to your node, your data will always be safe, an excellent system for your backups.