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To complete the first answer, there is a distributed storage platform, called Swarm (https://swarm.ethereum.org/), that has been specially built to work with Ethereum dApps.


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There isn't rights answer to your question, depends on the use case and on the business model. If you want to adopt a full decentralize ecosystem use a distributed decentralize storage (like ipfs, storj ecc) If you want to store data offchain use legacy file system :) Database or local system. There isnt a better way but a different model to use data. ...


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You have at least a few alternatives. Upgradeable contracts and proxy patterns Yes, contracts are immutable but contracts can reference other contracts in various ways. So what you can do is use a pattern called upgradeable contracts. Typically this means you have one contract which stores the state (the actual data) and which doesn't change and can't be ...


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