Urbit ID is our public-key infrastructure, which is what allows you to truly own your identity.
This document discusses what Urbit ID is, how it's built, and why it's been built that way at a high level.
A guide to using Bridge, our tool for managing your Urbit ID.
You may designate other Ethereum addresses as proxies for your Urbit ID, which are capable of a reduced subset of Urbit ID actions.
A wallet for your Urbit ID that is accessible with a passphrase called a master ticket.
How to resolve common issues in Bridge.
If you own a star, invite pools allow your friends to invite others onto the network.
What to do when things go very wrong and you need to start over.
In 2021, naive rollups were introduced to reduce the cost of working with Urbit ID and the friction associated with using Ethereum and cryptocurrency. We have written a series of short guides intended to educate users of how these changes affect them. For more comprehensive documentation aimed at developers, see the Azimuth documentation.
Layer 2 Bridge Guide
A guide to how to utilize Bridge to interact with Layer 2. XX TODO
A summary of the different options available to stars and their proxies on layer 2.