Hi! Does Storj assume adding a data type breakdown that is stored on the network?
I believe that if someone (for example) wants to store in Tardigrade a backup from their computer that they will need only if their equipment in the home fails, this data does not need to be stored on nodes with high performance and excellent connection.
This type of data can be stored on slower nodes (for example, those that are running on Raspberry Pi).
It’s something like S3 Glacier
In contrast, files that are regularly downloaded or modified should be stored on high-performance nodes capable of transmitting large amounts of data at the same time.
It’s something like the S3 Standard.
Tardigrade users could choose in which layer (hot or cold) they want to store their files.