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Review of Crust Workshop-1 in Polkadot Hackathon

On June 2, Crust held the first workshop of the Polkadot Hackathon series, with the topic “How to use Crust to decentralize your app”.

A link to the video recap can be found at:

In this workshop, you’ll learn:

1. The basic concept of Crust Network

2. How to decentralize your website with Crust

3. The general storage process on Crust Network(Crust Build101)

The following are highlights of the contents in this workshop:

Crust Network is essentially an IPFS incentive layer protocol and a Substrate-based blockchain that builds a decentralized storage network of Web3.0 ecosystem.

It supports multiple storage layer protocols such as IPFS, and provides storage interfaces to application layer. It is designed to build a decentralized cloud ecosystem that values data privacy and ownership.

Since September 1, 2021, the Crust mainnet went online and achieved massive progress in storage now. The amount of files storage on the mainnet is now over 1 million and the storage fee only costs $0.001 GB/per year !

Crust has diverse use cases in DeFi, NFT, SocialFi, etc…

Crust enables decentralized website/ dApp hosting and ensures censorship-resistance and availability.

Crust storages files in a decentralized way and ensures that NFT metadata is always available, quickly retrievable and censorship-resistant as well.

Now it’s even easier with Crust for hosting! You can deploy a decentralized website with just four steps by followings!

Feel free to try it out!

The next workshop will be on June 10, stay updated with our Twitter! Crust will also attend Polkadot Hacker House@NYC on June 23–28.

From June 9 to June 12, Crust will participate in Consensus2022, in Austin TX! Meet Crust at Booth #319 and make an appointment with Crust here: https://t.co/u9htLiBrS2

Please stay updated with our socials to follow all of Crust events!

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