Verifiable Visual Documentation of Our World

All images and videos were captured or imported, and verified with ProofMode. Unless otherwise noted, all content is licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0. All content below is preserved and published on IPFS and Filecoin using a multi-step, decentralized process that you can replicate with your own proof content.

Hurricane Otis (~3GB) - Acapulco, Mexico - November 2023

Hurricane Otis 2023

A special report from team member Fabiola, originally from Mexico, who returned to her home region to assist in relief efforts. On October 25th, 2023 the city of Acapulco, Mexico was hit by a Category 5 Hurricane named Otis. Otis was the strongest landfalling Pacific hurricane on record. Early reports and images from Acapulco showed catastrophic damage to structures, including many hotels and high-rise buildings, downed trees, severe flooding, and mudslides.

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Cape Town 2023 (~20GB) - South Africa - 2023

Cape Town,SA 2023

Musician, Photographer, and Adventurer Roland Albertson documented the beautiful human and nature settings of Cape Town, South Africa, through the year of 2023.

Contributor: Roland Albertson Interactive Gallery HTTPS IPFS IPNS

Indigenous Caravan - Mexico - 2023

caravan 2023

CARAVANA AND INTERNATIONAL MEETING “EL SUR RESIST 2023.” The caravan left the Chiapas coast on April 25, toured the Isthmus of Tehuantepec from South to North, continued on the Yucatan peninsula, and ended with a meeting between all the organizations that attended the different events of the tour the day May 5 at CIDECI / Caracol Jacinto Canek in San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chiapas.

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How to Access and Help Preserve

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    > ipfs pin add <content id>

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    > ipfs get <content id>

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