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IPFS Hosting

Free IPFS Hosting of all of your NFTs and Metadata.
IPFS (InterPlanetary File System) is a decentralized protocol designed to create a peer-to-peer method of storing and sharing hypermedia in a distributed file system. Unlike traditional centralized servers, IPFS utilizes a network of nodes to host and distribute content across the internet.
In the realm of Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs), IPFS plays a crucial role in storing the media associated with the tokens. Instead of storing the media files directly on the blockchain, which can be inefficient and costly, NFTs2Me use IPFS to store these files. The IPFS provides a decentralized and efficient method for storing large media files associated with NFTs while still ensuring accessibility and permanence.
By storing NFT media files on IPFS, creators can maintain ownership and control over their content while benefiting from the decentralized nature of IPFS, which enhances accessibility and reduces reliance on centralized servers. Additionally, IPFS ensures that NFT media files remain accessible even if the original hosting platform goes offline or experiences disruptions.
NFTs2Me uploads all media files and their associated metadata to IPFS easily and for FREE, without the need for additional payments or expenses, or complex manual tasks, in a transparent manner to the user.

Keep your collection safely hosted and uploaded to IPFS, an inmutable and decentralized file system where your files will remain forever accessible!

While your collection is being deployed, the tool automatically uploads everything to IPFS without you having to lift a finger, making it automatic and secure:
Once completed, your media and metadata are uploaded to IPFS, and your collection is deployed on the network, ready for others to view and mint!
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In generative art projects section, there is also a step for uploading the generated art to IPFS. Once uploaded, the collection can be deployed on your selected network:
You can download your IPFS uploaded images and metadata: