IPFS payments can be made through the Internet. A user must be registered to access the online payment mode, according to Imperial PFS. Customers without an active account can register if they have a Web access code, but they can call customer care to obtain their code.
This article is part 3 of the Blockchain train journal, start reading here: Catching the Blockchain Train. I already listed this article in the previous episode, but I mention it again because it is a great place to start to understand IPFS and its context: HTTP is obsolete. It’s time for the distri
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