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The '''InterPlanetary File System''' ('''IPFS''') is a [[Communications protocol|protocol]] and [[peer-to-peer]] network for storing and sharing data in a [[distributed file system]]. IPFS uses [[content-addressable storage|content-addressing]] to uniquely identify each file in a [[Global Namespace|global namespace]] connecting all computing devices.<ref name="wired20160620">Klint Finley, ''The Inventors of the Internet Are Trying to Build a Truly Permanent Web'' (2016-06-20)[Wired (magazine)|Wired]] https://www.wired.com/2016/06/inventors-internet-trying-build-truly-permanent-web/ </ref>
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The '''InterPlanetary File System''' ('''IPFS''') is a protocol and [[peer-to-peer]] network for storing and sharing data in a [[distributed file system]]. IPFS uses [[Content addressable storage|content-addressing]] to uniquely identify each file in a Global Namespace connecting all computing devices.<ref name="wired20160620">Klint Finley, ''The Inventors of the Internet Are Trying to Build a Truly Permanent Web'' (2016-06-20)[Wired (magazine)|Wired]] https://www.wired.com/2016/06/inventors-internet-trying-build-truly-permanent-web/ </ref>

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The InterPlanetary File System (IPFS) is a protocol and peer-to-peer network for storing and sharing data in a distributed file system. IPFS uses content-addressing to uniquely identify each file in a Global Namespace connecting all computing devices.[1]
  1. Klint Finley, The Inventors of the Internet Are Trying to Build a Truly Permanent Web (2016-06-20)[Wired (magazine)|Wired]] https://www.wired.com/2016/06/inventors-internet-trying-build-truly-permanent-web/