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Data Availability in Peer-to-Peer Cloud Storage

Student: Albert Evdaev

Supervisor: Yury Yanovich

Faculty: Faculty of Computer Science

Educational Programme: Data Science (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2020

A decentralized storage network is widespread in the modern world. The information contained on computer takes storage space and users usually feel lack of it. Sometimes users use the third-party decentralized storage networks for additional memory. However, the price that one has to pay is not affordable. Blockchain technology allows to develop new model for decentralized storage systems. The network is more efficient and less expensive. Furthermore, they also proved to be secure. In this paper, there is an attempt to create a modern adaptive model for managing a decentralized storage system. It was proven to be, firstly, lower in costs compared to existing ones, and, secondly, more efficient.

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