Hypha is a word from Ancient Greek meaning 'web' (plural hyphae); referring to one of the threads that make up the mycelium of a fungus.

In ecology, hyphae provide sustenance and communication between living organisms. Drawing inspiration from this infinitely adaptive, complex structure, we bring these traits to our work: rooted in knowledge, yet boundless in imagination.
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Hypha is a Cosmos Hub core team and Interchain Foundation grant recipient, focusing on testnet management. Read about our work.

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Starling Lab

Alongside experts in news media, historical preservation, and legal accountability, Hypha members work within Starling Lab for Data Integrity to build truthful digital ecosystems.

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Restructuring Futures

Restructuring Futures is a multi-stakeholder project seeking to reimagine artistic and social collaboration in virtual spaces, under conditions of low Internet connectivity.

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Distributed Press

Hypha collaborates with Sutty on Distributed.Press to develop publishing tools for the World Wide Web and Decentralized Web.

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COMPOST magazine, Distributed Press’ sister project, publishes issues of curated stories to IPFS and Hypercore using our digital press.

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Hypha worked with HEK (House of Electronic Arts) to create the first tokenized museum membership, and to cultivate a decentralized community of digital art stans.

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Hypha collaborated with Furtherfield to launch an enhanced version of the CultureStake app, a tool for promoting inclusive and equitable cultural decision-making through a unique quadratic voting system.

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Sacred Stacks

Sacred Stacks introduced decentralized technology concepts to project partners drawn from a range of social justice, arts, and solidarity organizations.

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Online Meeting Co-operative

Hypha was a core operational member of the Online Meeting Co-operative, which provides videoconferencing services as a multistakeholder co-operative.