Decentralized Social

The next generation of social platforms put end users in control of their data and help social network founders create value on day one.


Networks are propagated across various independent nodes and do not rely on a centralized server.

User-Data Controlled

Platforms built on user-owned data provide end users the flexibility to access data across multiple networks.

Censorship Resistance

While front ends can censor at the interface level, the data network they are built on provides assurances against this behavior.

Modular & Interoperable

Decentralized social data storage allows founders to access and interpret user data and start creating value from day one.

Ceramic is purpose-built for decentralized data storage with native features for social


Dynamic Data

Social data doesn’t require the same consensus mechanisms as transferable assets. Ceramic is built for performance and accommodates dynamic data at virtually no cost to the end user.


Users Control Their Data

A data stream created by a user account is forever controlled by that account only. Users can grant temporary access to applications to write data on their behalf in the form of user sessions, but they are free to access, change, or encrypt their data at any time and with any interface.


Transparent Origin

Ceramic is a public data network by default, allowing users, applications & auditors to easily extract the origin of data and observe how it changed across an immutable log of cryptographically-signed commits.


Predictable Data Formats

ComposeDB schemas allow decentralized social media founders to enjoy consistent, immutable data formats containing useful user data, making it easy to bootstrap an application. From profiles, to credentials, to posts—Ceramic already contains a multitude of public data from other applications & real users.

Teams building social applications on Ceramic

Composable Social Ecosystem

Orbis Protocol enables developers to build features such as forums, social timelines, and discussion feeds, all built on composable, user-controlled Ceramic data streams.

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Carry the Data You Own, Reveal Personas Across Contexts

Disco uses Ceramic to allow users to store identity-related data including profiles, personas, and credentials.

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Wordpress for Web3 Social

Iggy Social enables DAOs and other Web3 communities to set up their own Web3 applications in a seamless, easy way, with flexible and customizable social features and no limiting centralized control.

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Full-Service Community Management Solutions

Collab.Land is building an affiliate referral program that leverages ComposeDB on Ceramic to track sign-ups.

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Exploring Flexible Claims with Social Graphs

Along with verifiable claims, Intuition aims to provide a seamless backend that powers rich social features and functionalities across the web, ideal for other decentralized social applications to leverage.

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Decentralized Petition, Manifesto, and Open-Letter Tooling uses ComposeDB on Ceramic to allow users to own manifestos, petitions, personal data & other interactions they create on the platform.

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Decentralized Content Curation

Index uses ComposeDB to give users control over the indexes they build, and will soon allow users to monetize their curations.

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DAO Ecosystem Tooling

MetaGame is a decentralized factory for builders and acts as a DAO incubation and growth platform that uses Ceramic for Web3 profile storage.

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Open Digital Universal Basic Income Protocol

GoodDollar is a protocol dedicated to the creation of Universal Basic Income as a public good. GoodDollar uses Ceramic to publish posts & organize and deliver news feeds pushed to user wallets.

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Interactive Social Platform With Seamless Web3 Onboarding

CoinEasy uses Orbis (built on Ceramic) to store data such as social feeds, profiles, and more.

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