3Box founder launches new IPFS-based protocol Ceramic, which stores documents that cannot be deleted

Distributed Database Infrastructure Michael Sena, co-founder of 3Box, unveils new project Ceramic, a license-free network protocol that can be used to create documents that cannot be deleted and can be the basis for an interoperable network. Ceramic’s public infrastructure will allow participants to create signed and tamper-resistant documents that serve as an anti-censorship tool for important information and a universal trusted source of information. Ceramic documents are stored in IPFS, coded using IPLD, and anchored in multiple blockchain projects. Since Ceramic’s general document map is public, license-free and verifiable, it can be used to obtain information and improve interoperability between platforms in the network. According to Michael Sena, 3Box leverages Ceramic technology to provide an interoperable data management system.

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