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.
Hypha is a Cosmos Hub core team and Interchain Foundation grant recipient, focusing on testnet management.
Alongside experts in news media, historical preservation, and legal accountability, Hypha members work within Starling Lab for Data Integrity to build truthful digital ecosystems.
Restructuring Futures is a multi-stakeholder project seeking to reimagine embodied artistic and social collaboration in virtual spaces.
Hypha incubated the Distributed Press, a publishing tool for the World Wide Web and Decentralized Web.
COMPOST magazine, Distributed Press’ sister project, publishes issues of curated stories to IPFS and Hypercore using our digital press.
Sacred Stacks introduces decentralized technology concepts to project partners, who represent a range of social justice, arts, and solidarity organizations.
Online Meeting Co-operative
Hypha is a core operational member of the Online Meeting Co-operative, which provides videoconferencing services as a multistakeholder co-operative.