Monetize unused storage space

A simple peer-to-peer application that enables storage providers to monetize unused storage by hosting encrypted shards of data.

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Hosts monetize their unused hard-drive space which allows storing of users encrypted data.

Hosts get paid in our Cryptocurrency, Inxt. The more space allocated to the network equals to more Inxt earned.

100 PB

Storage provided

1000+

Storage providers

100+

Different countries

Calculate what you could earn

More storage you host, more Inxt you own, calculates to a greater income.

Calculate below how much you could earn by using Internxt Core.

GB

INXT

EUR

Start providing storage

Get started on Internxt Core

STEP 1

Download XCore

Every month, we will send you a payout based on how much space you allocated and how much Inxt you held. The more time you run the node, the more likely the network will allocate your node, and it will rank you as high quality node. Set-up is quick and easy, just download the app and follow the steps.

Download Internxt Core

STEP 2

Enter your details

Enter your Inxt Wallet address, choose where you’d like to store data, allocate your desired storage capacity and finally, insert your public IP.

If your IP is dynamic (one that periodically changes), you can use no IP and enter your hostname instead. Click here to find out whether your public IP is static or dynamic.

STEP 3

Open your port

All communication will go through a port in your router that you need to open. We suggest which port you need to open on the Core application.

If you want to choose your own port, when entering your public IP address in Step 2, you can write it in the format IP:Port (eg 64.23.35.49:4243). To open your port, access http://192.168.1.1/ with your browser.

In your router configuration enter the port range you want to open. When entering the port number, you will need to enter your IP. Enter “ipconfig /all” in your Windows terminal. For Linux and Mac, enter “ifconfig” instead. For a quick 4-minute video tutorial on how to open a port in your router, you can click here. You can also click here to check whether your port was opened correctly.

You're all set!

Frequently asked questions from users.