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Storj
Cloud Storage

Storj

Cloud Storage

Storj is an open source, decentralized file storage solution that is automatically encrypted, easily implemented, highly performant, exceptionally economical, and ridiculously resilient.

ICO Details
ICO Start:
19 May 2017
ICO End:
25 May 2017
Hardcap:
30,000,000 USD
Token Price:
0.5 USD
Total Supply:
500,000,000
ICO Supply:
75,000,000 (15%)
Accepting:
ETH, BTC
Country:
United States
Token Details
Token Platform:
Ethereum
Token Holders:
70,337
Token Transfers:
1,751,643
Token Explorers:
Coin Details
Ticker:
STORJ
Open Source
Yes
Hardware Wallet
Yes
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Storj STORJ Rank 114
$0.393054 (5.92%)
0.00003080 BTC (-0.77%)
0.00099979 ETH (-0.40%)
1 BTC ≈ 32,468 STORJ
1 ETH ≈ 1,000 STORJ
STORJ
USD
Market Cap:
$78,080,351
Fully Diluted Market Cap:
$167,047,890
Volume 24h:
$7,705,750
ROI (USD):
-21.39% / 0.78x
ATH:
$3.13
ATH Date:
09 January 2018
From ATH / To ATH:
-87.46% / 696.84%
Circulating Supply:
198,650,514 STORJ
Total Supply:
424,999,998 STORJ
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Change USD
1h 0.30%
24h 5.92%
7d -26.81%
30d 12.79%
1y 211.75%
Change BTC
1h 0.23%
24h -0.77%
7d -34.83%
30d -7.92%
1y 101.37%
Change ETH
1h 0.63%
24h -0.40%
7d -29.86%
30d -2.59%
1y 37.19%
To The Moon 🚀🌕
STORJ
ROI x1

USD Amount -
BTC Amount -
ETH Amount -
Price $0.393054
Market Cap $78,080,351
Fully Diluted Market Cap $167,047,890
BTC Price 0.00003080
ETH Price 0.00099979
Storj (STORJ) is a cryptocurrency, the latest Storj price is $0.393054, up 5.92% in the last 24 hours. Storj market cap is $78,080,351 with a 24h volume of $7,705,750. It has a circulating supply of 198,650,514 STORJ and a total supply of 424,999,998 STORJ. Storj reached it's all time high on 09 January 2018 when it was trading at $3.13.
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We have designed the Storj network to provide users better security, availability, performance, and economics—across a wide variety of use cases—than either on-premise storage solutions or traditional, centralized cloud storage.


  • Security
    We have designed our system to be the equivalent of spreading encrypted sand on an encrypted beach. All data is encrypted client-side before reaching our system. Data is sharded and distributed across a large number of independently operated disk drives which are part of a much larger network of independently operated storage nodes. By design, it is not possible for Storj, Satellite operators, storage node operators, or would-be bad actors to mine or compromise end user data. The level of decentralization on the network creates powerful disincentives for malicious actors, as there is no centralized trove of data to target.
  • Availability
    While the centralized providers may calculate and publish theoretically high availability numbers, these calculations depend on drive failures being uncorrelated. In fact, in any data center, the chances of an individual drive failing is highly correlated with the chances of another drive failing. In a decentralized system, by contrast, each node is operated by a different individual, in a different location, with separate personnel, power, network access, and so forth.
    Therefore, the chance of an individual node failing is almost entirely uncorrelated with the chances of other drives failing. As a result, the kinds of availability we obtain are not subject to storms, power outages, or other “black swan” events. Even if the chance of an individual drive failing in the Storj network is higher than in a centralized cloud, the chance of collective failure (e.g. losing 20 out of 40 independent drives) is vanishingly small. In addition, the chance of losing one file is not correlated with the chances of losing a second file.
  • Performance
    For read-intensive use cases, the Storj network can deliver superior performance by taking advantage of parallelism. The storage nodes are located close to “the edge,” reducing the latency experienced when recipients of data are physically far from the data center that houses the data. The particular erasure coding scheme that we use ensures that slow drives, slow networks, or networks and drives experiencing temporarily high load do not limit throughput. We can adjust the k/n ratio so that we dramatically improve download and streaming speeds, without imposing the kinds of high costs associated with CDN networks.
  • Economics
    In a decentralized network there is little marginal cost to being a storage node operator. In our experience, the vast majority of operators are using existing live equipment with significant spare capacity. There is no additional cost to a storage node operator in terms of capital or personnel. Running a drive at full capacity does not consume significantly more power than running a drive with excess space. And, with careful management relative to caps, most operators should not experience increased bandwidth costs. Consequently, operating a node represents nearly pure margin, and these supply cost savings can be passed on to end users.
    We have designed market mechanisms on the demand side as well, to prevent any Satellite operator from cornering the market. Even after providing a healthy margin to farmers, demand partners, and Satellite operators, we believe we should be able to provide profitable storage services at a fraction of the cost of equivalent centralized cloud storage providers.


Put Your Extra Disk Space to Work

  • Get Paid
    We pay you for your unused disk space to power the Storj Network and securely store encrypted data from Tardigrade cloud storage users.
  • Be the Cloud
    Node Operators host data from users all over the world, enabling a truly private, totally secure, and completely decentralized cloud solution.
  • Use Existing Hardware
    Operating a Node doesn’t require extra hardware or power-hungry CPUs. All you need is a solid internet connection and enough hard drive space.

Helping Developers Weave the Fabric of Tomorrow’s Internet

  • Encrypt & Upload Files
    Files are encrypted client-side before being uploaded to our network, ensuring data is stored securely... and we don’t stop there.
  • Split Files & Distribute
    Encrypted flies are split into smaller fragments and distributed to optimal Nodes across our secure, global network.
  • Store & Retrieve File Pieces
    We pay Hosts to run Storage Nodes where file fragments are privately stored, making data breaches a thing of the past.

Ben Golub
Executive Chairman & Interim CEO
Involved in 1 project
Shawn Wilkinson
Founder & CSO
Involved in 1 project
JT Olio
VP of Engineering
Involved in 1 project
John Gleeson
VP of Operations
Involved in 1 project
Katherine Johnson
General Counsel, VP of Compliance & HR
Involved in 1 project
Matthew May
CFO
Involved in 1 project
Bonnie Adams
Head of People & Culture
Involved in 1 project
Dorrie Chung
Controller
Involved in 1 project
Cooper Anderson
Cryptocurrency Compliance Officer
Involved in 1 project
Helene Unland
Customer Success Manager
Involved in 1 project
Benjamin Mikell
Technical Recruiter
Involved in 1 project
Jocelyn Matthews
Community Manager
Involved in 1 project
Dan Sorensen
PR Director
Involved in 1 project
Taylor Williams
Senior Content Manager
Involved in 1 project
DJ Shott
Senior Graphic Designer
Involved in 1 project
Kevin Leffew
Business Development
Involved in 1 project
Brandon Iglesias
Product Manager
Involved in 1 project
Viktor Ihnatiuk
Product Manager
Involved in 1 project
Andi Stowe
Product Manager
Involved in 1 project
Alex Sytnik
Product Designer
Involved in 1 project
Andrii Kotko
QA Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Igor Gaidaienko
QA Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Egon Elbre
Software Engineer, Principal
Involved in 1 project
Kaloyan Raev
Software Engineer, Principal
Involved in 1 project
Jessica Grebenschikov
Software Engineer
Involved in 1 project
William Thorp
Software Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Cameron Ayer
Software Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Caleb Case
Software Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Ethan Adams
Software Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Fadila Khadar
Software Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Isaac Hess
Software Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Ivan Fraixedes
Software Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Jennifer Johnson
Software Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Jens Heimbürge
Software Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Malcolm Bouzi
Software Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Michal Niewrzal
Software Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Maximillian von Briesen
Software Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Natalie Villasana
Software Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Nickolay Yurchenko
Software Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Nickolay Siedov
Software Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Paul Cannon
Software Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Simon Guindon
Software Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Vitalii Shpital
Software Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Yaroslav Vorobiov
Software Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Yehor Butko
Software Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Yingrong Zhao
Software Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Rafael Gomes
Data Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Benjamin Sirb
Senior Data Scientist
Involved in 1 project
Krista Spriggs
DevOps Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Matthew Robinson
Site Reliability Architect
Involved in 1 project
Mitchell Bass
Strategy R&D Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Stefan Benten
Strategy R&D Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Aleksey Leonov
Community Lead
Involved in 1 project
Kevin J Baird
Community Lead
Involved in 1 project
Advisors
Michael Cohn
Involved in 1 project
Tyler Scriven
Involved in 1 project
Anand Babu Periasamy
Involved in 1 project
Bo Shen
Involved in 2 projects
Roberto Galoppini
Involved in 1 project
Warren Weber
Involved in 1 project
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Rating
Coinlauncher 404
2.5 / 5
2.7 / 5
3.2 / 5
3.2 / 5
Average
2.9 / 5
Ratings has been aggregated in date 02 May 2020
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Rank 114


Storj STORJ

$0.393054 (5.92%)
0.00003080 BTC (-0.77%)
0.00099979 ETH (-0.40%)
Market Cap:
$78,080,351
Fully Diluted Market Cap:
$167,047,890
Volume 24h:
$7,705,750
ROI (USD):
-21.39% / 0.78x
ATH:
$3.13
ATH Date:
09 January 2018
From ATH / To ATH:
-87.46% / 696.84%
Circulating Supply:
198,650,514 STORJ
Total Supply:
424,999,998 STORJ
1 BTC:
≈ 32,468 STORJ
1 ETH:
≈ 1,000 STORJ
STORJ
USD
Loading data from server...
Change USD
1h 0.30%
24h 5.92%
7d -26.81%
30d 12.79%
1y 211.75%
Change BTC
1h 0.23%
24h -0.77%
7d -34.83%
30d -7.92%
1y 101.37%
Change ETH
1h 0.63%
24h -0.40%
7d -29.86%
30d -2.59%
1y 37.19%
To The Moon 🚀🌕
STORJ
ROI x1

USD Amount -
BTC Amount -
ETH Amount -
Price $0.393054
Market Cap $78,080,351
Fully Diluted Market Cap $167,047,890
BTC Price 0.00003080
ETH Price 0.00099979
ICO Details
ICO Start:
19 May 2017
ICO End:
25 May 2017
Hardcap:
30,000,000 USD
Token Price:
0.5 USD
Total Supply:
500,000,000
ICO Supply:
75,000,000 (15%)
Accepting:
ETH, BTC
Country:
United States
Token Details
Token Platform:
Ethereum
Token Holders:
70,337
Token Transfers:
1,751,643
Token Explorers:
Coin Details
Ticker:
STORJ
Open Source
Yes
Hardware Wallet
Yes
Description
Category: Cloud Storage

Storj is an open source, decentralized file storage solution that is automatically encrypted, easily implemented, highly performant, exceptionally economical, and ridiculously resilient.

Storj (STORJ) is a cryptocurrency, the latest Storj price is $0.393054, up 5.92% in the last 24 hours. Storj market cap is $78,080,351 with a 24h volume of $7,705,750. It has a circulating supply of 198,650,514 STORJ and a total supply of 424,999,998 STORJ. Storj reached it's all time high on 09 January 2018 when it was trading at $3.13.
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We have designed the Storj network to provide users better security, availability, performance, and economics—across a wide variety of use cases—than either on-premise storage solutions or traditional, centralized cloud storage.


  • Security
    We have designed our system to be the equivalent of spreading encrypted sand on an encrypted beach. All data is encrypted client-side before reaching our system. Data is sharded and distributed across a large number of independently operated disk drives which are part of a much larger network of independently operated storage nodes. By design, it is not possible for Storj, Satellite operators, storage node operators, or would-be bad actors to mine or compromise end user data. The level of decentralization on the network creates powerful disincentives for malicious actors, as there is no centralized trove of data to target.
  • Availability
    While the centralized providers may calculate and publish theoretically high availability numbers, these calculations depend on drive failures being uncorrelated. In fact, in any data center, the chances of an individual drive failing is highly correlated with the chances of another drive failing. In a decentralized system, by contrast, each node is operated by a different individual, in a different location, with separate personnel, power, network access, and so forth.
    Therefore, the chance of an individual node failing is almost entirely uncorrelated with the chances of other drives failing. As a result, the kinds of availability we obtain are not subject to storms, power outages, or other “black swan” events. Even if the chance of an individual drive failing in the Storj network is higher than in a centralized cloud, the chance of collective failure (e.g. losing 20 out of 40 independent drives) is vanishingly small. In addition, the chance of losing one file is not correlated with the chances of losing a second file.
  • Performance
    For read-intensive use cases, the Storj network can deliver superior performance by taking advantage of parallelism. The storage nodes are located close to “the edge,” reducing the latency experienced when recipients of data are physically far from the data center that houses the data. The particular erasure coding scheme that we use ensures that slow drives, slow networks, or networks and drives experiencing temporarily high load do not limit throughput. We can adjust the k/n ratio so that we dramatically improve download and streaming speeds, without imposing the kinds of high costs associated with CDN networks.
  • Economics
    In a decentralized network there is little marginal cost to being a storage node operator. In our experience, the vast majority of operators are using existing live equipment with significant spare capacity. There is no additional cost to a storage node operator in terms of capital or personnel. Running a drive at full capacity does not consume significantly more power than running a drive with excess space. And, with careful management relative to caps, most operators should not experience increased bandwidth costs. Consequently, operating a node represents nearly pure margin, and these supply cost savings can be passed on to end users.
    We have designed market mechanisms on the demand side as well, to prevent any Satellite operator from cornering the market. Even after providing a healthy margin to farmers, demand partners, and Satellite operators, we believe we should be able to provide profitable storage services at a fraction of the cost of equivalent centralized cloud storage providers.


Put Your Extra Disk Space to Work

  • Get Paid
    We pay you for your unused disk space to power the Storj Network and securely store encrypted data from Tardigrade cloud storage users.
  • Be the Cloud
    Node Operators host data from users all over the world, enabling a truly private, totally secure, and completely decentralized cloud solution.
  • Use Existing Hardware
    Operating a Node doesn’t require extra hardware or power-hungry CPUs. All you need is a solid internet connection and enough hard drive space.

Helping Developers Weave the Fabric of Tomorrow’s Internet

  • Encrypt & Upload Files
    Files are encrypted client-side before being uploaded to our network, ensuring data is stored securely... and we don’t stop there.
  • Split Files & Distribute
    Encrypted flies are split into smaller fragments and distributed to optimal Nodes across our secure, global network.
  • Store & Retrieve File Pieces
    We pay Hosts to run Storage Nodes where file fragments are privately stored, making data breaches a thing of the past.

Ben Golub
Executive Chairman & Interim CEO
Involved in 1 project
Shawn Wilkinson
Founder & CSO
Involved in 1 project
JT Olio
VP of Engineering
Involved in 1 project
John Gleeson
VP of Operations
Involved in 1 project
Katherine Johnson
General Counsel, VP of Compliance & HR
Involved in 1 project
Matthew May
CFO
Involved in 1 project
Bonnie Adams
Head of People & Culture
Involved in 1 project
Dorrie Chung
Controller
Involved in 1 project
Cooper Anderson
Cryptocurrency Compliance Officer
Involved in 1 project
Helene Unland
Customer Success Manager
Involved in 1 project
Benjamin Mikell
Technical Recruiter
Involved in 1 project
Jocelyn Matthews
Community Manager
Involved in 1 project
Dan Sorensen
PR Director
Involved in 1 project
Taylor Williams
Senior Content Manager
Involved in 1 project
DJ Shott
Senior Graphic Designer
Involved in 1 project
Kevin Leffew
Business Development
Involved in 1 project
Brandon Iglesias
Product Manager
Involved in 1 project
Viktor Ihnatiuk
Product Manager
Involved in 1 project
Andi Stowe
Product Manager
Involved in 1 project
Alex Sytnik
Product Designer
Involved in 1 project
Andrii Kotko
QA Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Igor Gaidaienko
QA Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Egon Elbre
Software Engineer, Principal
Involved in 1 project
Kaloyan Raev
Software Engineer, Principal
Involved in 1 project
Jessica Grebenschikov
Software Engineer
Involved in 1 project
William Thorp
Software Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Cameron Ayer
Software Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Caleb Case
Software Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Ethan Adams
Software Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Fadila Khadar
Software Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Isaac Hess
Software Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Ivan Fraixedes
Software Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Jennifer Johnson
Software Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Jens Heimbürge
Software Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Malcolm Bouzi
Software Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Michal Niewrzal
Software Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Maximillian von Briesen
Software Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Natalie Villasana
Software Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Nickolay Yurchenko
Software Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Nickolay Siedov
Software Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Paul Cannon
Software Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Simon Guindon
Software Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Vitalii Shpital
Software Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Yaroslav Vorobiov
Software Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Yehor Butko
Software Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Yingrong Zhao
Software Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Rafael Gomes
Data Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Benjamin Sirb
Senior Data Scientist
Involved in 1 project
Krista Spriggs
DevOps Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Matthew Robinson
Site Reliability Architect
Involved in 1 project
Mitchell Bass
Strategy R&D Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Stefan Benten
Strategy R&D Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Aleksey Leonov
Community Lead
Involved in 1 project
Kevin J Baird
Community Lead
Involved in 1 project
Advisors
Michael Cohn
Involved in 1 project
Tyler Scriven
Involved in 1 project
Anand Babu Periasamy
Involved in 1 project
Bo Shen
Involved in 2 projects
Roberto Galoppini
Involved in 1 project
Warren Weber
Involved in 1 project
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Rating
Coinlauncher 404
2.5 / 5
2.7 / 5
3.2 / 5
3.2 / 5
Average
2.9 / 5
Ratings aggregated in date 02 May 2020
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