tepe.so is an app that lets you use blockchain tokens to encrypt, own, and share your files on the permaweb.
To use Tepe, you will first need to get an Ethereum wallet. Here’s how.
With Tepe, you can:
To encrypt and upload a file, go to the Upload page and select a file to upload. You will be prompted to provide a signature for the Lit Protocol to encrypt the file. The file will be uploaded to Arweave, which is a decentralized storage network that combines blockchain technology and data sharding to store data permanently, using Irys as an abstraction layer.
To download and decrypt a file, go to anyone’s profile page–for example, tepe.so/harang–and click on the file you want to download. After downloading the file from Arweave, you will be prompted to provide a signature for the Lit Protocol to decrypt the file.
To share your file, simply share your Ethereum address. Then, anyone can go to your profile page at
tepe.so/<your_ethereum_address> and download your files.
To make sharing even simpler, edit your profile, and add a username. Then, anyone can go to your profile page at
tepe.so/<your_username> and download your files.