IPFS Gateway
Learn about the IPFS gateway below.

IPFS Gateways

Content stored on IPFS can be accessed by using an IPFS gateway. Gateways are used to provide workarounds for applications that don’t natively support IPFS. An IPFS gateway can be local, private, or public, and uses the IPFS content ID to provide a URL link to the content for access to the stored content.
Filebase's native IPFS gateway is as follows: https://ipfs.filebase.io/ipfs/{CID}
The Filebase Public IPFS Gateway has an effective rate limit of 200 RPM (requests per minute).
All content stored on IPFS through Filebase can be accessed through the Filebase gateway with faster response times than accessing the content through any other gateway. This is because the Filebase gateway is peered with our IPFS nodes. The Filebase gateway is also peered with the IPFS gateways of other pinning services.
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