We construct identity, data, and compute solutions for the future of the Internet.
Fission: We build identity, data, and compute protocols for the future of the Internet.
Our world deserves more humane software. You need better methods of building it.
Fission makes local-first methods a reality, starting at the protocols. We ship tools you can use today, and invent tech that will power tomorrow.
Join us in creating a more compassionate and connected world of software.
Here are the 3 projects we’re most excited about right now:
We’ve built a true local-first edge computing stack. It helps you build passwordless apps with private & secure user-owned data…all without a complex & costly cloud-native backend to maintain.
April 25-27, 2023, we invite you to gather with us in Toronto to explore the future of computing. Learn from diverse and unique perspectives across disciplines, discover exciting new areas of research and development, and find collaborators.
Fission Reactor is our applied research pod. In the spirit of building in public, we invite you to join our monthly community calls and learn about our latest projects. Right now we’re building RhizomeDB, a decentralized far edge database built on top of IPFS.
We’re ambitious folks — there’s even more
Fission is part of a dense ecosystem of like-minded projects and collaborations.
We simplify the complex
Fission handles the technical details so you can bring your ideas to life.
Encryption, authorization, data management, orchestration..backend infrastructure can be messy and complicated. We won't let that hold you back from building impactful software that positively impacts your community.
We’re ecosystem obsessed
Fission supports the development of humane, local-first software through research, development, collaboration, and funding.
Improving underlying protocols and methods is necessary to ensure their scalability and ease of use in the future.
We deeply value open source
Fission’s tools are all open source. We love seeing our inventions power some of the most exciting applications out there. Capyloon, Noosphere, Functionland, Koii, and many others have integrated UCAN and/or WNFS into their infrastructures.
We also support open source projects as both a financial contributor and a fiscal host on Open Collective.
We learn and build in public
Fission hosts virtual community calls, sponsors DWeb Hacker Bases and events at conferences all over the world, and assembles great minds together at our own Future of Computing conference, Causal Islands.