Zigzach is a decentralized storage network that leverages peer-to-peer technology, economic incentives, and cryptography to provide reliable and secure storage for files. Built on top of the IPFS protocol, Zigzach introduces an incentive layer to incentivize the long-term storage and accessibility of content. This whitepaper outlines the architecture, key components, and economic model of Zigzach, as well as its applications and benefits in the Web3 ecosystem.

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