Files.fm – community powered library
Files.fm Library will combine the existing digital library creation principles with new hybrid semi-decentralized technology, using P2P fog network of web browsers in order to reduce the costs and limitations of centralized digital libraries.
The Library will focus heavily on creating and maintaining a community of volunteers, who would upload, tag and oversee useful files and who in return would be rewarded with FFM tokens.
Files.FM Open for collaboration and custom projects. Files.FM would like to collaborate with ICT firms and looking for local distributors and resellers. They can work on expert plans and apps. If you’re looking for tailored info (data) storage and exchange solutions in a long time, then Files.FM is for you.
Files.FM will integrate P2P tech usage very transparently for end users – no need to leak how blockchain works or install and configure any software. Users will be able to participate in the network by just opening Files.fm website and will integrate options to buy/sell tokens and create wallets if needed.
- No legal file library with specialized file search that offers both paid and free content.
- No unified platform for content creators or aggregators to create personal public file catalogs.
- No single file marketplace with effective payments, ensuring transparent remuneration system for authors and correct metadata.
Total Token Supply 10 000 000 000.
Limited Supply Yes.
Price per Token $ 0.01.
First Year Crowdsale:
Private sale $ 1 000 000.
Presale $ 1 000 000.
Public sale $ 10 000 000.
Files.fm Library will combine the existing digital library creation principles with new hybrid semi-decentralized technology, using P2P fog network of web browsers in order to reduce the costs and limitations of centralized digital libraries. The Library will focus heavily on creating and maintaining a community of volunteers, who would upload, tag and oversee useful files and who in return would be rewarded with FFM tokens.
Principle of operation
Within the FFL site, users can perform the following actions:
- file search;
- selling files;
- dealing with complaints on copyright;
- investment of resources the PC in a P2P network.
Search and use of files will be available through any browser. Each user can search for files by keywords or other parameters. Moreover, they will be able to select files from a certain category. If the found content is free, the platform member will be able to use it instantly. In this case, paid content will be available for viewing and downloading only after payment.
After downloading, each file necessarily goes through the sorting process, which is attended by users and AI. When you enter metadata, the owner of the file sets the category. If the category is different from the actual one, it will be charged a penalty, if the metadata is entered correctly, the owner of the file will be charged with the FFM platform tokens.
- Massive file size limits (20GB) with potential for more.
- Unlimited disk space, download speed, and volume based on P2P.
- Private, encrypted back-up tools.
- Automatic Virus-protection.
- Social implementation of files. eg. downloads, views, comments, sharing, voting.
- Multiple instant download with Zip files or torrent.
With implementation of a blockchain based reward system, the Files.fm platform will utilize FFM tokens for all aspects of the network. These utility tokens will provide the basis for the reward structure to incentivize users along with being the native token for P2P transactions and market based services. Some FFM token uses would include purchasing private storage, subscription payments, advertising fees, and buying/selling files on the marketplace.
The idea of creating a file sharing service that ensures copyright compliance, allowing the free distribution and sale of files in the P2P format may be of interest to a huge audience. Files Platform.fm Library will provide high speed, security and safety of files, which is very important for most users.
Website – https://library.files.fm/.
Twitter – https://twitter.com/files_fm.
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/Filesfm/.
Whitepaper – https://files.fm/f/952tqfun.
Telegram – https://t.me/filesfm.
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ETH address: 0x8B65ce025eb40B9c27685a77A760C295a83e0181.