Welcome to IPFS News 183!

Welcome to IPFS News 183!

# IPFS þing 2022 Recap

In mid-July, over 80 IPFS implementers and builders gathered in Reykjavík, Iceland for the first-ever IPFS þing (opens new window), a weeklong gathering for the IPFS implementers community. The “choose your own adventure” format spanned 12 tracks, with over 60 presenters or facilitators and 120 sessions. Check out some highlights of what the community shared and learned on the IPFS blog (opens new window), go through a quick Twitter thread (opens new window), or watch the video recap (opens new window).

# Brand New on IPFS ✨

  1. EverRise (opens new window)’s multi-chain DeFi security infrastructure has increased (opens new window) its global IPFS pinning capacity to strengthen its Mementos NFTs.
  2. The Taiwanese Ministry of Digital Affairs is publishing its website (opens new window) using IPFS to thwart cyberattacks, check it out (opens new window)!
  3. The Kiwik metaverse assets marketplace is using (opens new window) NFT.Storage (opens new window) and NFTUp to store and pin creators’ NFTs on IPFS.
  4. Banned Books DAO is using IPFS pinning to preserve all banned books by any entity or organization. Join the waitlist and find out more on the project’s website (opens new window).

# Around the ecosystem 🌎

Catch up on the August All Hands meeting for the IPFS, Filecoin, and libp2p Ecosystem WG with this quick recap (opens new window). A playlist (opens new window) with full recordings is also available.

BlockScience (opens new window) is helping (opens new window) complex systems modeling with IPFS’ content-addressing (opens new window) capabilities. Read the project’s explanation (opens new window) of Content-Addressable Transformers (CATs) to learn more.

Web3athon (opens new window), a hyperlocal people-first hackathon focused on community oriented use cases, is happening until September 15th. Register now (opens new window)!

Make sure you get your tickets (opens new window) for DappCon Berlin 2022 and catch Dietrich Ayala’s talk (opens new window) on IPFS browser integrations.

UPDATE: FIL-Singapore is back on track and happening September 26th and 27th. Check out the updated website (opens new window) with all the details and join the IPFS and Filecoin communities at the event.

Join the IPFS and Filecoin communities for DevCon 2022 in Bogota. Get your tickets (opens new window) and stay tuned for more details!

The Filecoin Green community will also be at DevCon with a LATAM-focused sustainability summit. You can also get your tickets (opens new window) early, become a partner of the SBS on the website (opens new window) or apply (opens new window)to be a speaker.

Check out Jonathan Victor’s explanation (opens new window) on how NFT.Storage (opens new window) can rely on Filecoin and IPFS to store objects such as NFT metadata as a public good for CoinTelegraph.

Check out Dawn Kelly (opens new window)’s workshop (opens new window) at presented at Women Build Web3’s 30 Days of Web3 (opens new window) on decentralizing your stack by building on Filecoin with Web3.Storage (opens new window).

# Want to help build the new internet? 💼

Content Manager, Copywriter: (opens new window) Protocol Labs drives breakthroughs in computing to push humanity forward. Protocol Labs is a product-development lab, but behind the protocols and tools we build, behind the research and implementations, are passionate people, teammates, and community members. Protocol Labs is looking for a content manager that is passionate about writing, content creation, brand building, and web3. Protocol Labs, Remote.

Distributed Computation Engineer: (opens new window) Define, implement and extend virtual machine concepts to the next generation of p2p, decentralized computation over content-addressed data. We seek talented engineers that are excited to work on a new model of trustless and verifiable computation - where code is distributed over blockchains and executed next to specific copies of data. If successful, we will transform data processing for large-scale datasets, improve cost and efficiency, and open up data processing to larger audiences. You will be part of this project from the very beginning. Protocol Labs, Remote.

Rust Cryptography Engineer (opens new window): Protocol Labs is an open-source R&D lab where we build protocols, tools, and services to radically improve the internet, and one of those is Lurk Lab. The team is growing and looking for a Lurk Lab Engineer who can build core functionalities of the Lurk language, with specific focus on the development and implementation of applications. The ideal candidate will be fluent in Rust, familiar with zero-knowledge proofs and related cryptographic primitives, and experienced developing user-centric applications. Protocol Labs, Remote.

Senior Golang Backend Engineer (IPFS) (opens new window): In this role, you will use your knowledge of Golang to design and implement backend services to support high volume access to IPFS services. You will be using your knowledge of system design to create new APIs, daemons, and web services that enable our customers to access decentralized storage at scale. You will collaborate with a team of senior engineers to build a key component of the decentralized world. Consensys, Remote.

Rust Engineer (opens new window): Fleek is looking for an experienced and dedicated Rust Engineer to help build new canister-based products and services on Dfinity's Internet Computer. Fleek (opens new window) is an Open Web developer platform with everything you need to build sites and apps on the new web and the underlying protocols that power it (Dfinity, Ethereum, IPFS, Filecoin, and more). From hosting, storage, gateways, domains, databases, and more, Fleek has everything you need to seamlessly build and manage Open Web sites. Fleek, Remote.

Developer Relations (opens new window): Textile is seeking someone to run large-scale community projects. These include amplifying our grants program to fund community projects, curating governance groups where we bring community stakeholders into our technology planning, engaging with external teams like Gitcoin and EthDenver to support large-scale developer events, and giving technical presentations at events. This position also includes day-to-day engagement with our Slack group, helping to triage GitHub issues, hacking on demos, writing blog posts and technical guides, and more. We are looking for a self-directed leader who wants to build a developer community while staying hands on with technology. Textile, Remote.