Fission: Building protocols for the future of the internet
Cloud native stacks won't deliver the future
We're building the data, auth & compute primitives that enable true local-first edge applications. But we don’t get to the future alone. Our edge computing stack is already embedded into leading protocols, platforms and products.
Protocol Labs: making decentralized storage resilient
Protocol Labs pioneered decentralized storage with the introduction of IPFS. Our WebNative File System brings encrypted-at-rest storage and multi-player capabilities to the protocol. We collaborate with Protocol Labs and other key partners to enhance the IPFS and Filecoin ecosystem.
UCANs: decentralized authorization
UCANs extend JWTs to enable distributed identity (DIDs) and authorization in local-first apps & distributed systems. They make passwordless interop between apps trustless & simple—like OAuth but small, light and decentralized. They have been adopted by NFT.Storage & Bluesky.
WebNative SDK: a true local-first edge computing stack
The WebNative SDK empowers developers to build fully distributed web applications without needing a complex back-end. WebNative applications work offline and store data encrypted for the user by leveraging UCANs, IPFS and the power of the web platform.
The word wallet gets used a lot, but is rarely defined. Let's break down the bits of the Wallet Stack and clarify our terms for a better web3 UX.
Fission's first Fission Reactor research updates community call, introducing Quinn Wilton giving a first look at Dialog, a far edge database for local-first apps.
This post introduces UCAN verification with concrete examples that will show you how UCANs are validated, how UCAN delegation works and what capability delegation semantics are.
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