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October 05, 2011, 10:02:03 PM
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Hi,

has anyone tried Wuala? Would you recommend it.

Assuming this offer still stands http://www.wuala.com/en/bitcoin, it looks like a good deal. 0.1 BTC per GB per year.
This is a lot cheaper than the normal pricing at current BTC exchange rates.

Normal prices for one year are
10 GB - 19 EUR *
25 GB - 39 EUR *
50 GB - 59 EUR *
100 GB - 99 EUR *
250 GB - 229 EUR
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October 05, 2011, 10:33:20 PM
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I like wuala.  You can share space and get free space (aka p2p backup).

Even more importantly.  all encryption and decryption is done locally.  Waula has no access to your password.  If you lose it your files are worthless but I don't like so called "encrypted" file services where the provider holds the keys (cough cough dropbox).
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