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Meet Waku: Uncompromising Web3 Communication at Scale

We are a family of robust, censorship-resistant communication protocols designed to enable privacy-focused messaging for web3 apps.
DateFeb 23 – Mar 3 2024
LocationDenver, Colorado USA


Waku is a suite of generalised messaging protocols aiming to be the communication standard for the decentralised web. It enables private and secure human-to-human, machine-to-machine, and human-to-machine communication without reliance on centralised intermediaries. Messaging through Waku is possible from one-to-one to many-to-many.

Waku serves as the communications layer of the Logos tech stack. Alongside the trustless agreement layer, Nomos, and the storage layer, Codex, it is one of the Logos Collective's foundational projects.

Motive: Today's internet is increasingly controlled by a small number of tech giants. Google, Amazon, Meta, and a few others dictate what we see and with whom we can communicate. Their influence is almost limitless, and their actions shape global public opinion and even geopolitics.

To anyone that understands the internet's present architecture, this outcome should be expected. The centralised entities through which we communicate have privileged access to reams of data that we, as internet users, produce daily, presenting an opportunity for the kind of surveillance that was once confined to the pages of science-fiction literature. Thinking that the most powerful commercial and political institutions would not leverage this would be naive.

Yet, it doesn't have to be this way. Advances in cryptography, peer-to-peer networking, and decentralised technologies provide an alternate path forward.

Our Delegation

Reach out for an appointment.

Kumaraguru T

Developer relations engineer

Aaron Bendersky

Program Manager

Pedro Lains

Business Development Lead

Come to listen to us at these events

February 29thWorkable Web3 Summit - Towards Blockchain Usability

Kumaraguru T to speak at panel on the importance of designing dapps and protocols which are user friendly and offer interoperable features, at 3:30pm.

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March 1stBuilding Network States

Aaron Bendersky to speak at the “Cultural Economics: How Culture Drives Local & Network Economies” panel at 10:00 am.

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Logos Network State

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