We wanted to build an application where users can store and send any media. Current storage providers don't offer privacy and delete files that seem to be suspicious. So we wanted to build an application where users can store any such media and share it with people so that they can get access to it seamlessly.

What it does

  • Store unlimited files.
  • Share your files with anyone.
  • Ability to make the file public or private.
  • All the files are encrypted using the AES-256 Algorithm.
  • Files are stored in IPFS, a high-performance distributed server network protocol.
  • Passwordless Authentication.
  • Fast, Reliable, and Secure

How we built it

We have designed the whole website using Figma. For the frontend part, we have used React.js and all the animations were made using Adobe Illustrator and After effects. We have used for passwordless authentication. For the backend, we have used Express.js to build the APIs and MongoDB for storing the user metadata. Also, we have used IPFS for storing the user's files.

Challenges we ran into

Setting up IPFS in the backend

Accomplishments that we're proud of

The design of our application and the working of the app.

What we learned

Learned a lot about building apps on top of IPFS.

What's next for Storz - Advance Web3 file sharing and storing application

Storz is an open-source project and we welcome developers to contribute to our project to make it even better.

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