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Protocol Labs is a research, development, and deployment lab for network protocols. Protocol Labs creates software systems that tackle significant challenges, aiming to solve them with new technology breakthroughs, great user experience design, and an open-source approach to creation.
The Application Research Group (ARG) is a team that aims to bolster the mission by focusing on shipping tools that provide daily utility on the Internet.
At CID gravity, we are strong believer in the Web3 values from Freedom of Speech to Self-sovereign identity as such we're passionate and happy to participate to data ownership and data decentralisation CID gravity's mission is to accelerate enterprise adoption of decentralised storage. Our solution is deeply linked to the ecosystem of Filecoin a blockchain leveraging the IPFS technology, a revolutionary (really, really) technology developed by Protocol labs. We created an environment defined by curiosity, passion, and a love for open source. We encourage each other to think big, run experiments, and support each other in a blame-free environment.
The Filecoin Foundation is an independent organization that facilitates governance of the Filecoin network, funds critical development projects, supports the growth of the Filecoin ecosystem, & advocates for Filecoin and the decentralized web.
We're building developer tools aimed at providing great developer experience (DX) focusing on a serverless style of building new applications. Use your laptop as the new production, let your app users have control over their own data, and take advantage of emerging distributed systems that you can plug into existing apps or develop new ones. We are providing the solution that solves the problem of centralized, proprietary backend-as-a-service tools, by building open source components that provide the same ease of use. We solve today’s challenges & explore fundamental shifts in the way we host, deploy, and run software by leveraging the advantages of cutting-edge research and critical new technologies. Peer-to-peer protocols like InterPlanetary File System (IPFS), portable computing enabled by WebAssembly (WASM), and zero-knowledge proofs are some of the building blocks we’re working with.