We are excited to announce a new partnership between Shardeum and Lighthouse Storage! Developers building on Shardeum can now store their data on Lighthouse, a perpetual storage protocol built on Filecoin. Lighthouse provides powerful encryption and access control functionality, making it the perfect solution for storing private data and creating token-gated access to resources.
In addition, Lighthouse supports Shardeum by enabling users to store data on the decentralized network verifiably for various use cases, including NFTs, the metaverse, and token-gated applications. The Shardeum team will also provide technical support to projects in the ecosystem to help them store their dapp data on the decentralized network.
We’ve also added Lighthouse to our documentation, making it easier for developers to get started. To learn more about how to use Lighthouse, please visit: https://docs.shardeum.org/storage/lighthouse#how-to-use-lighthouse
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Last Updated on June 28, 2023