Nigeria Based Storage Provider Says It’s Too Risky for the World to Rely Centralized Cloud Storage Platforms

Nigeria Based Storage Provider Says It’s Too Risky for the World to Rely Centralized Cloud Storage Platforms


In the past year, internet giants like Amazon and Google all experienced outages which were blamed on errors and failed upgrades. The occurrence of such outages and their impact around the world again highlighted the importance of having a decentralized internet.

Also, just like how the Covid-19 pandemic showed the world that blockchain-based digital currencies are the future, the outages suffered by the powerful internet companies may have given an impetus to those that champion the Web3.0.

However, this Web3.0 can really take off if players in this ecosystem play their part in building the critical infrastructure. That is what Lucky Uwakwe, the co-founder of Stoor, says he is attempting through the startup’s blockchain-based cloud storage service.

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