3.2.6 Candao P2P (Peer-To-Peer) file network

Whenever you send files to your friends, you worry about privacy. Nobody wants a photo leak, right? How do you prevent hacks? One of the core features of Candao Protocol is the P2P (peer-to-peer) storage within the app, built with a privacy layer of zk-snark protocol.

With that, the transfer of files happens only between two parties, without the middleman, which removes the risk of a leak.

Additionally, the P2P file network serves a very specific goal - it stores the user's data and allows them to regain control over personal details, which was not the case in the previous iteration of social media platforms. Here, when you go to the hotel, you can choose whether to give access to your data or not. Before, it was the default. Such a mechanism will give back control to the users.

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