Filecoin Virtual Machine: How It Works, What Use Cases It Unlocks, and Why It Matters

Analysis

Deep analysis of the Filecoin ecosystem roadmap, tokenomics, and opportunities.

State of Filecoin 2024

State of Filecoin 2024

2023 marked significant shifts in technology and adoption for the Filecoin network. From the launch of the Filecoin Virtual Machine (FVM) to developments across retrievals and compute, 2023 lay the foundation for Filecoin’s continued expansion.

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Decentralized Compute: What It Unlocks and Why It Matters Now

Decentralized Compute: What It Unlocks and Why It Matters Now

Editor’s Note: This article draws heavily from David Aronchick’s presentation at the Filecoin Unleashed Paris 2023. David is the CEO of Expanso and former head of Compute-over-data at Protocol Labs which is responsible for the launch of the Bacalhau project. This blog post represents the independent view of the creator of the original content, who has given permission […]

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Why AI Needs Blockchain

Why AI Needs Blockchain

Until recently, startups led the way in technological innovation due to their speed, agility, entrepreneurial culture, and freedom from organizational inertia. However, this is no longer the case in the rapidly growing era of AI.

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Decentralized Storage and Commerce in Web 3

Decentralized Storage and Commerce in Web 3

Distributed Storage Networks (DSNs) offer a way to coordinate and utilize these latent resources and turn them into productive assets. These networks have the potential to bring the first real commerce vertical into Web 3 ecosystems.

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Business Models on the FVM

Business Models on the FVM

In this blogpost, we’ll unpack a sample use case and its supporting components for the FVM, how these services might compose together, and the potential business opportunities behind them.

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State and Direction of Filecoin, Summarized.

State and Direction of Filecoin, Summarized.

Filecoin is enabling open services for data, built on top of the IPFS protocol.

IPFS allows data to be uncoupled from specific servers —reducing the siloing of data to specific machines.

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