We realized that in order to fix the internet, we had to build a new computer from scratch. Good thing we started over a decade ago.
Today, Urbit is a real system with thousands of users that are building all kinds of communities, software, DAOs, and more. And it’s getting better every day.Read the Overview
The Urbit ecosystem is comprised of a wide variety of individuals and organizations, including developers, DAOs, podcasters, and more.
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Josh Lehman: Urbit – The Peer-to-Peer Network Re-Decentralizing the Internet
Urbit Foundation Executive Director Josh Lehman and Epicenter host Brian Crain have a wide ranging discussion on Urbit's history and future.
It solves the hard problems of implementing a peer-to-peer network (including identity, NAT traversal, and exactly-once delivery) in the kernel so app developers can focus on business logic.
The entire OS is a single pure function that provides application developers with strong guarantees: automated persistence and memory management, repeatable builds, and support for hot code reloading.Visit Urbit Developers
Urbit Assembly 2022 is the second ever Urbit confluence coming to you this year from Miami Beach.
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Thursday, September 22 to September 25, 2022
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