3.6 Million Websites Went Offline Due to a Fire: How Decentralized Cloud Would've Prevented Itby@alanjohn
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3.6 Million Websites Went Offline Due to a Fire: How Decentralized Cloud Would've Prevented It

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3.6 million websites went offline due to a fire at the OVHcloud data center in Strasbourg, France. Decentralized cloud storage would've prevented such a massive incident and potentially saved millions of dollars for the company. A decentralized cloud storage service such as StorX, the data is split into encrypted fragments and stored across multiple storage nodes worldwide. It is 100% anonymous, faster, more secure, and offers the highest uptime at a fraction of the cost.

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