BTFS V2.1.0 Mainnet-Newton Technology Explained

BitTorrent File System (BTFS) is a next-generation file-sharing protocol in the BitTorrent ecosystem. The BTFS team has already released BTFS v2.1.0 Mainnet-Newton, an upgrade of its predecessor—BTFS v1.0.
(Note: BTFS v2.1.0 Mainnet-Newton will run in parallel with BTFS v1.0 Mainnet for some time. During the transition period, the airdrop rewards will be distributed to v1.0 and v2.0 nodes proportionately. Please refer to for more details. The rewards airdropped to v2.0 nodes will come in BTTC-based BTT.)

Underpinned by BTTC, BTFS v2.1.0 Mainnet-Newton supports cross-chain connectivity and multi-channel payments, making the distributed BTFS network easier to use and applicable to more use cases. The integration of BTFS, BitTorrent, and the BTTC network will boost DApp developers' efficiency in serving a wider market.
The BTFS v2.1.0 Mainnet-Newton network is primarily composed of BTFS nodes, including renters and hosts. Renters can upload files by paying WBTT while hosts provide storage in the network for WBTT rewards. BTFS v2.1.0 Mainnet-Newton connects to the BTTC (Bittorrent Chain) Mainnet, and incorporates peer-to-peer storage and smart contracts to build a new decentralized storage structure for Web 3.0.
Tutorials on upgrading BTFS v1.0 to BTFS v2.0 Mainnet: (Copy this link to open in your browser)

Useful links for BTFS v2.1.0 Mainnet-Newton:
BTFS v2.1.0 Mainnet-Newton release note: [
BTFS v2.1.0 website:
BTFS v2.1.0 Dashboard repo:

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