How it works?

[Under Construction]

🐳 Problem: Todays 'Big Tech' whales are the handful that can manage at scale.

  • Version?

  • Open source alternatives?

  • Dependencies?

  • Patching?

  • Security?

  • Licensing?

($) Millions are spent annually and no public API management solution exists

Are there natural market incentives ($) to support this infrastructure?

Can we bring this process closer to the developer and/or end-user ?

Fig. 1: What's in the [api] box?

𝌣Solution: Haiphen ... owners can track and enforce API access through an immutable hyper-ledger.


With the digital copyright acting as an avatar on behalf of its' owner the individual developers can work at the scale of enterprises.

Early Exploration

Motivation: Most developers cannot afford to patent, trademark or legally protect their digital IP beyond a basic copyright which are rarely enforced.

Most fall into one of two buckets: enterprise level entities, well funded by corporate lawyers to fight tooth-and-nail in court ... or ... the open source, a.k.a 'copyleft', developers who do the minimum licensing to 'politely ask' you not to abuse their product.


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Bringing the modern copyright closer to the product itself transforms it from a nuisance into a utility with practical value to the developers.

  • Developers require less overhead to deliver a product

  • IP lawyers receive greater traffic because of template legal documentation standardized across the industry

  • Investors receive greater transparency and security into their investments

  • End users receive competitive, customized solutions to their specific needs.

Survey: 'How You Use The Internet'

fig. 1: Consumers, flooded with options, have to budget 'searching' into the time it takes to get to a solution

Ongoing Research

Fig. 2: Patent