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EthDen 2: Pin projects to IPFS right from GitHub

In our post yesterday [https://blog.textile.io/ethden-come-learn-how-to-publish-dynamic-ipfs-buckets-on-textile/] , we shared with you how to post dynamic directories to IPFS using Textile Buckets. Today, to keep your EthDen projects moving along quickly, I’ll share with you the fastest way to add IPFS Pinning to your team’s project. You can use this to maintain a folder of images or publish an entire website. Here’s how.

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Andrew Hill

Co-founder & CEO @textileio. Medium is for squares. Find me at https://blog.textile.io/

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