Brave browser now supports peer-to-peer IPFS protocol

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In a move it says will help make the internet more transparent and resilient, privacy-focused browser Brave now offers fully integrated and native IPFS browsing.
The protocol brings with it several advantages over HTTP. One of the big ones is that it promises to make browsing the web faster since you'll be able to access websites through nearby nodes, instead of servers in far off locations. It could also reduce operating costs for publishers since they won't need to invest as much in expensive server hosting. However, by far the most significant way in which IPFS could change the internet is in that it would make it more difficult for governments to censor…
Igor Bonifacic
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