how it works
The "Write" part is handled by the B:// protocol
, which means all B:// files are automatically compatible with C://.
C:// deals only with the referencing part.
Write: Write with B://, a simple protocol for writing immutable files to Bitcoin
Read: Read with C://, a content addressed URI scheme for B:// files. The URI is derived from the content.
Instead of using the
URI scheme, you use the new
to store and serve files. An example HTTP implementation:
With C://, you can use any Bitcoin file serve provider WITHOUT having to trust them at all
, because you can effortlessly verify the authenticity 100% client-side. All you need to do is compare the URI with the SHA256 of the file itself.