The Dat community is comprised of many groups. Here are some of the projects using and building the tech.
Beaker is an experimental browser for exploring and building the peer-to-peer Web.
Scaling, distributed systems and crypto.
Digital Democracy works in solidarity with marginalized communities to use technology to defend their rights.
Ara is a set of decentralized, open source software tools that handle real-world, user-level functionality in online identity, content distribution, and rights management.
arso builds tools for decentralized archives of community media, currently developing Sonar, a p2p database and search engine.
Cabal is an experimental p2p community chat platform, focusing on group chat in channels.
DatCXX is a work in progress implementation of Dat in C++.
We are an industrial research lab working on digital tools for creativity and productivity.
Peermaps is a distributed, offline-friendly alternative to commercial map providers such as google maps.
The Playproject is an organization using dat for p2p search smart contracts and a distributed file storage network called datdot.
Wireline includes open source protocols for identity, decentralized credentials, distributed data consistency, and the management of complex peer-to-peer networks.
Custom JS Software Development Team. Code with opinions.
Rustlang implementation of the Dat Project protocols. The goal is to eventually bind to C, WebAssembly, Swift and Java to support most native platforms.