We’re on a mission to rebuild the internet around true digital ownership. It starts with verifiable on-chain identity, and ends with full control and straightforward management of your data.
We solve complexity with simplicity: intuitive and innovative user interfaces, rooted in technically sound engineering.
Everything we don’t know presents an opportunity. We actively explore the unknown, and live in perpetual curiosity.
Compared to big, legacy tech, we have tremendous agility, and the luxury of limited risk. Fail early, fail often, fail forward.
In a nascent industry, answering the right questions begins with questioning the right answers
In order to send a video game clip to his friends, Prad Nukala realizes he has to manually plug a USB into his PC, copy it to his mac, then airdrop it to his phone. He thinks this is dumb. This inspires the universal data transmission protocol that would evolve into Sonr’s user-owned internet.
With a functional MVP and the 5th most Github commits in the world, Prad raises a Seed Round from several investors including Shima Capital, Torch, Synergis, Tess Ventures, Backend Capital, Builder Capital, Portico Ventures.
As the vision for Sonr starts to crystalize, the scope of possibility starts to erupt. It’s clear a team is needed. Prad pitches Sonr to Michael Amoako, an MIT grad working on Microsoft's Responsible AI program. Michael agrees to join Sonr on the spot.
At Miami Hack Week, Sonr pairs up with an ambitious team of devs looking to launch an NFT in space. Shortly after winning the hackathon, the team assume critical roles at Sonr. Nick Tindle and Ben Linville become the Head of Engineering and Buisiness operations lead, respectively.
Equipped with a comprehensive suite of developer tools, Sonr is launching into onboarding teams of builders to establish the first set of applications within the Sonr ecosystem.
Get started with building in the Sonr ecosystem by exploring our comprehensive set of software development tools and documentation.