Spark is a public space for collaboration and open discourse surrounding the development of the decentralized, user-owned web, AKA 'Web3'. Spark was created by Lit Protocol, a distributed key management network for encryption, signing, and compute.

Lit is composed of a team of activist builders helping to create a more sovereign internet for all. The internet we want is one built to support user-owned platforms that properly compensate creators and service providers while ensuring that all individuals have privacy and agency over their data when they want it. We believe that privacy and ownership are two fundamental human rights and are focused on building cryptographic solutions that uphold the promises of a "user-owned web" and empower individuals with true control over their digital interactions.

About Lit

Lit is a decentralized key management network and platform for building applications and experiences that leverage threshold cryptography. With Lit, you can create and control keys and run code for virtually any application that can be made private, immutable, and / or autonomous.

The system builds off of contemporary work in applied cryptography, trusted execution environments (TEEs), and distributed systems to provide the maximum amount of control and privacy to end users, without requiring an extensive technical understanding of key management or public key cryptography.

Developers can use Lit to build apps with private data, intuitive wallet onboarding and asset management experiences, and immutable serverless functions that run based on the rules you set.

To learn more about Lit, check out the developer docs and join the growing community on Discord. To stay up to date on the latest events and initiatives around the community, subscribe to the Lit calendar.