The restrictions currently are on the size of messages that can be passed between storage-servers, because users are onion routing requests through them rather than directly to your server. The longer term plan, though, is for this traffic to go "directly" over lokinet, where there will be no such restriction.
Split the files using a file Spitter into chunks and then send and then merge the chunks back to the file on the other end. Make sure to use a hash checksum to verify the integrity of the file. This way you can send files
List of Remote nodes:address: public.loki.foundation Port number:22023 (Germany)address: nodes.hashvault.pro:22023 (FR)address: node.loki-pool.com Port number: 18081 (AUS)Copy of the blockchain:https://imaginary.stream/loki
No one thinks a fully decentralized version will be done in 4 months. But the plan is not to start there, but rather to start with a much easier centralized version as a first step and then work outward from there.
I don’t know shit about this, but passively observing comments, I thought there could be some projects out there that could be borrowed from (much like how this whole coin started as a fork of Monero), the team could have been working on it prior to the announcement, and something could be soon. All of that leads to one set of expectations. Maybe they haven’t started working on it, are waiting to get all the details in the GitHub post ironed out, and have nothing to borrow from (i.e., fork). That would lead to very different expectations for a release date