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Putting IPFS to the metal!

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Rust IPFS is all of us

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$638 USD



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AltaModa Tech...


$170 USD

Gyuri Lajos

$151 USD

Rust + IPFS + Deno = @TrailHub1 Interoperable ...



$130 USD

Rust @ IPFS is awesome! Keep it up guys :)

Giles Cope


$105 USD

Make it so.



$85 USD

IPFS is very exciting and having a Rust impleme...

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DosLab Electronics uses Rust in production, we ...

Allan Oliveira

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Total raised

$1,659.97 USD

Total disbursed

$1,659.97 USD

Estimated annual budget

$413.04 USD


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News from Rust IPFS

Updates on our activities and progress.

ipfs v0.2.0 released

We have made the first big release of the ipfs crate this week. Find more about it on Release notes for v0.2.0,...
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Published on September 25, 2020 by Joonas Koivunen

Week 30: UnixFS adder rewrite, dependency updates and DHT work

More exciting stuff this week, thanks in part to your financial contributions! All of these build towards our abiloty to peer, swarm, and share content with the global network as well as publishing an official release crate to https://crate...
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Published on July 24, 2020 by Mark Henderson

Weeks 27-28: UnixFS File Adding, Streaming Multipart Handling, and Bors

Starting today, we'll be publishing regular* updates about what is going on with Rust IPFS. Please don't hesitate to spread the word about Rust IPFS, and l...
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Published on July 10, 2020 by Mark Henderson


Rust IPFS – Putting IPFS to the metal

The Interplanetary File System (IPFS) is a peer-to-peer hypermedia protocol
designed to make the web faster, safer, and more open. There are two officially supported implementations thus far: one in JavaScript and the other in Go.

Lately, the Rust programming language has enjoyed a recent spike in popularity. This is due both to its inclusive community, and also being a safe systems language with performance comparable to C and C++.

An IPFS implementation written in Rust only makes sense, and this is what we deliver to you, here and now.