Understand Orbis Protocol fundamentals

Orbis Protocol is a set of social data models combined with a powerful decentralized infrastructure. Our advanced SDK and flexible modules make it easy to build fully composable social experiences.

Orbis content is stored on a decentralized data network called Ceramic. This ensures that the data shared by your users is open and publicly accessible.

Users own their data and create their own web3 social graph

With Orbis Protocol, users own their data and can use it however they want.

The user’s decentralized identity (profile) is the only entity able to create, update or delete content from their social graph.

While using their preferred blockchain

A user’s decentralized identity can be created using wallets from any EVM chain (Ethereum Mainnet, Polygon, Optimism, Arbitrum) as well as other blockchains such as Solana or Tezos (coming soon).

Multichain web3 social protocol

Users take their data with them

Applications built on Orbis Protocol share a common social graph and userbase. This enables a seamless social experience for users, who can take their exisiting data to new applications.

All apps built on Orbis Protocol use the same social data standards. This allows a strong composability between them.

Decentralized but private on demand

Offer the benefits of decentralized social while ensuring the data privacy of your users. In the Orbis SDK you’ll find many options to build encrypted experiences like private conversations and token-gated content.

You can encrypt content based on multiple parameters such as a list of recipients, smart-contract details or more complex rules using Lit Protocol.

Orbis is built for web3 developers

With Orbis Protocol, you can build decentralized social experiences in just a few lines of code. We’ve made it as easy as possible to get started with the Orbis SDK.

Questions about Orbis Protocol? Ask us.

The Orbis team is happy to answer your questions or advise you on your integration.

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