What is IPFS*?

On the web, as we all know it, addresses point to locations. There is a specific website and a specific file on that website where some data sets. There might be millions of copies of Nyan Cat across the internet, but a traditional HTTPS address will only point to one file online.

With the Interplanetary File System (IPFS)* developed by Protocol Labs, Inc., the World now has content addressing! Their system makes a hash of the content itself and can find the nearest copy of that content when a user wants to see it.

Some sources refer to the IPFS* ecosystem as the future of Web 3.0 and the "peanut butter" to the blockchain's "jelly," and everyone needs to be part of that as we seek to decentralize the NFT industry further.

Claiming we are about to disrupt the industry seems inevitably related to us taking part in resolving how NFT content persists over traditional storage risks of loss.


IPFS* stays true to the original vision of an open, flat web by delivering technology, making it possible to download a file from many locations that aren't managed by one organization.



With substantial bandwidth savings of up to 60% for video files, IPFS* allows efficient distribution of high volumes of data without duplication.

All files - one server
File pieces from multiple nodes

NFT minting - What you need to know

Minting an NFT is the process in which you create an ERC-721 token or equivalent based on the network you are using. The creation itself requires a smart contract to properly create the NFT tokens and distribute them to all participants willing to be part of the NFT project.

That being said, when it comes to creating NFTs which have a link to an off-chain file such as an image, a storage system like IPFS* is required. We’ve noticed a lot of great IPFS* services out there but we think we can make creating and storing NFTs much simpler and easier for average user.

What do we offer?

The users of NFTSTORAGE.COM are mostly NFT artists and creators who find it hard to create and manage the technical aspects of their NFTs’ off-chain data.

Storing data using a personal IPFS* node is easy, but it can be inconvenient since you have to manage your own hardware. This problem gave rise to pinning services - paid services that allow you to upload your data to a remotely hosted IPFS* node and retrieve it whenever you want.​

We offer you NFT storage that is:

  • Accessible
  • Manageable
  • Secure
  • Long-term

How to get started with NFTstorage.com?

IPFS* aims to be a significant part of the future of the internet, but it still needs to play well with today’s web.

Use of a gateway requires location-based addressing (https://{gatewayURL}/ipfs/{CID}/{etc})

All too easily, the gateway URL can become the handle by which users identify the content; i.e., the uniform reference locator (URL) equates (improperly) to the uniform reference identifier (URI).

Now imagine that the gateway goes offline or cannot be reached from a different user's location because of firewalls. At this moment, content improperly identified by that gateway-based URL also appears unreachable, defeating a key benefit of IPFS*: decentralization.

Best back-up of your digital NTF video, music or art.

No more failure issues or data loss.

If you want to store your NFT media content, start by contacting our team

Our Team

We are a heart-cantered team with a devised background united by a passion for everything blockchain, NFT and Metaverse related.

The NFT industry offers an almost endless number of opportunities and infinite possibilities yet to be discovered.

Although it is clear that NFTs are the future of many fields, improvements are needed to make them accessible for those not already entrenched in tech and finance. And driven by that desire for improvement, we have created NFTStorage.com!

NFTStorage.com lets users store their NFT content securely and seamlessly on IPFS* networks.

Start storing your NFT data securely with us!

* The IPFS, or Interplanetary File System, is a trademark belonging to Protocol Labs, Inc.

NFTStorage.com is not affiliated, associated, authorized, endorsed by, or in any way officially connected with Protocol Labs, Inc. Any mentions of the Interplanetary File System on this page are for informational purposes only.