FastVault: Free File Sharing Up to 100GB – Secure & Easy

Large file-sharing services are plentiful. However, few of them can boast of offering file-sharing up to 100 GB in a decentralized manner! Well, that’s what Fastvault offers—a new, completely free, decentralized file-sharing service. To learn more about this service and how it works, I invite you to continue reading this article.

Fastvault, a decentralized file-sharing service

As you probably know, some large files cannot be shared via email or traditional file-hosting services such as WeTransfer, which has a limit of up to 2 GB (in its free version). As a result, you might turn to faster solutions like Fastvault.

Fastvault is a file-sharing service that allows you to send large files up to 100 GB. The service is reliable and does not require any registration. In addition, it has a user-friendly interface that is very easy to use, so you won’t have any trouble using it.

With Fastvault, you can send up to 20 files at the same time, up to a maximum of 100 GB. Additionally, you have the option to share files in two different ways: you can either email the link to download the files or copy the URL and share it with whomever you want. Note that you also have the option to password-protect your files to ensure that only the intended recipient can download them.

As you can see, Fastvault is a simple file-sharing service, but one with essential features.

Blockchain technology at the heart of the service

Unlike traditional file-sharing services, Fastvault relies on blockchain technology to store, encrypt, and distribute your files. This is known as a decentralized file-sharing service, meaning your files are spread across different servers. This approach has several advantages over centralized file-sharing services.

First, decentralized file sharing is much more secure than centralized systems. Since there is no single point of failure, it is much more difficult for hackers to access files or disrupt the service. This way, you can be sure that your files are stored safely and are not accessible by third parties.

Finally, decentralized systems are more efficient than centralized systems. Files can be distributed more evenly across servers, which means download speeds are faster and bandwidth usage is lower.

With that being said, let’s take a look at how to use Fastvault. Follow the guide!

How do I use Fastvault to share files?

1. Start by going to the Fastvault website.

2. In the box on the left side of the screen, drag and drop the files you want to share. Note that you can share up to 20 files up to a maximum of 100 GB.

3. Then, you can access the optional settings by clicking on the dotted square icon (next to the “Send Now” button). From there, you have the option to password-protect your files, choose the method of sending (by email or via a link), or even auto-destruct your files after 24 hours or once downloaded by the recipient.

4. Finally, click on the “Send Now” button to share your files.

Key takeaways

Overall, Fastvault is a great way to send large files quickly and easily to your family, friends, or co-workers. It’s easy to use, completely anonymous, and offers a more than comfortable file size limit! What more could you ask for?! 😎

Mohamed SAKHRI
Mohamed SAKHRI

I'm the creator and editor-in-chief of Tech To Geek. Through this little blog, I share with you my passion for technology. I specialize in various operating systems such as Windows, Linux, macOS, and Android, focusing on providing practical and valuable guides.

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