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RSS3 X 4EVERLAND: Transparent, Decentralized and Modular

We are thrilled to announce the partnership between RSS3 and 4EVERLAND.

RSS3 is the feed of Web 3, and the team at RSS3 does not take this conviction lightly. By integrating with 4EVALAND as their IPFS (InterPlanetary File System) provider, RSS3 is able to create an ecosystem that embodies ideologies of transparency, decentralization, and modularity.

Users will be able to easily upload, store, back up, pin, and fetch files from IPFS in a secure, convenient, and efficient manner. This goes hand in hand with RSS3’s commitment to a highly-modular protocol, where all information or content should and will be supported. Additionally, the feed files are also open for users and developers to make some configurations upon, which provides great flexibility.

This integration further enables RSS3’s aim of building a decentralized system from scratch, specifically for powering information-oriented architectures, to ensure that it is decentralized by execution and not just by design.

About RSS3

RSS3 is the feed of Web 3, It is derived from the best of the original RSS of Web 2. It aims to provide the basic right to create, disseminate and distribute information without a centralized governing organization. RSS3 is building a new way of constructing social and content networks.

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4EVERLAND is a Web 3.0 cloud computing platform that integrates storage, computing, and network core capabilities. It aims to help the user make a smooth leap from Web 2.0 to Web 3.0 and become the infrastructure for millions of Web 3.0 developers and applications.

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4EVERLAND is a Web3.0 cloud computing platform with global acceleration, privacy protection, distributed storage, and other technical features.