This way of storing data relies on EIP-2844, but as far as I can tell there has been no progress on that EIP for quite some time (over a year), and according to the EIP itself it is not recommended to be used. I could be incorrect, but I believe that there are many wallets that wouldn’t be able to support this…
I used the tutorial above to learn how to use a DID (but not a wallet) in order to store signed and encrypted data. This is the only way I really know how to safely store private data on IPFS. Since EIP-2844 will be discarded, will this whole tutorial no longer be valid?
Should i learn how to store my private data on IPFS using did:pkh and CACAO? Kind of seems like those are for a different use-case, but im not quite sure.
did:pkh (and DID Sessions) does seem powerful to me, but it’s not 100% clear how it is used to encrypt data. Maybe updating the tutorial is necessary? I haven’t had time to do a deep dive on it yet, so maybe this is answered somewhere already