Unstoppable data storage for Web 3.0 applications

Fluence is a network of independent nodes that provide a decentralized, end-to-end encrypted database service. Scalable, reliable and secured by blockchain.

Internet today and tomorrow

Data centralization

Most of the world’s data sits in relatively few locations controlled by a selected group of providers.

Data ownership and control over access rights belong to the user. Storage, management and processing services compete over an open market.

Data leaks

Centralized clouds are vulnerable, but significant leaks of sensitive data lead only to media buzz with no long term changes.

Datasets are cryptographically protected and impossible to break. No database dump through a single access point.

Censorship and regulations

Governments and large corporations have full control over personal data and internet access.

Data is encryped and spread across different servers under no single authority. It is impossible to ban or use against its owner.

Fragmentation and regulations

Modern internet architecture is dependent on centralized clouds, DNS, CDN, etc.

Web 3.0 is design to be self sustainable and capable of working even with its significant part malfunctions or gets sabotaged.

How Fluence solves these issues?

  • Your data is encrypted and split into several replicas stored on independent nodes.

  • Fluence protocol ensures the network is always online and you can access your data anytime.

  • The nodes are independent and spread over the world. Only you can access your data.

Build on Fluence

Our network is best for

Unstoppable content

A Wikileaks alike web-site or end-to-end encrypted messenger.

Patient records

Secure medical data storage and sharing.

Decentralized insurance

No more pain with digital personal data regulations.

Data marketplaces

Store any personal or sensitive data and build a market around it.

Big data

No dataset is too big, no amount of requests is too much.

Mine Fluence. Run a node.

Anybody can run a Fluence network node
and earn tokens not only for data storage,
but also for verifying transactions
and securing the network.