Hyperledger Fabric

Hyperledger Fabric is an open source business blockchain framework hosted by the Linux Foundation and intended to be a foundation for developing blockchain applications or solutions with a modular architecture.

Happy birthday to the leading open source blockchain platform

Five years ago, the topic of conversation at nearly every tech holiday party was blockchain, blockchain, blockchain. VCs, CTOs, and CIOs had visions of cryptocurrencies and industry disruption dancing in their heads. But some saw potential for the technology to be applied to the enterprise, not as a disruptive force, but one that could facilitate […]

Continue reading

Blockchain Newsletter for November: The state of blockchain standards and policies

Expanding choice for clients on blockchain technology is the key takeaway from IBM’s recent announcement of a beta program to bring R3’s enterprise blockchain platform, Corda Enterprise, to IBM LinuxONE mainframes both on premises and to IBM Cloud. In parallel, IBM Services will establish an R3 center of excellence leveraging IBM Blockchain Services design thinking […]

Continue reading

Reopening venues with contactless blockchain digital ticketing

The Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County is one of the largest and most architecturally significant venues of its kind in the United States. Renowned architect Cesar Pelli’s preservation of the seven-story Art Deco tower from the former Sears store on the site is creating a thriving arts scene and entertainment […]

Continue reading

Seven reasons why Hyperledger Fabric users should use IBM Blockchain Platform

IBM Blockchain Platform is the IBM commercial deployment of The Linux Foundation’s open source Hyperledger Fabric. This means our clients get the support, tools and services they need to successfully develop, deploy, operate and govern production grade blockchain solutions even in the most regulated industries. IBM has been involved in enterprise blockchain since its inception. […]

Continue reading

HR recruiters are putting blockchain to work

Japan’s human resources (HR) industry is undergoing a transformation. Lifetime employment is no longer guaranteed. Promotion by seniority has started to collapse. And the job market is becoming ever more borderless. That’s why Japanese firms are exploring new work styles closer to global ones. In particular, many employers now allow employees to work side jobs, […]

Continue reading

IBM Blockchain Platform 2.5: A new era of multi-party systems

New collaboration models are emerging out of necessity today and for better preparedness tomorrow. It’s evidenced in the way supply chains are changing to provide better visibility for the distribution of emergency supplies. We see the need for public and private information to be validated and shared between healthcare institutes and government authorities to support […]

Continue reading

Blockchain in a nutshell: Building enterprise solutions

In the last few years, many large enterprises have been evaluating permissioned blockchain technologies by conducting limited proof of technologies (PoT) and some of them have gone on to production rollouts of minimum viable products (MVPs). These implementations have been primarily in the area banking, financial services, supply chain and credential management domains. To use […]

Continue reading

IBM Blockchain Platform is full steam ahead with Hyperledger Fabric 2.0, Red Hat Integrations

This week marks the first fully digital IBM Think conference! There is no shortage of blockchain content rolling out which can be accessed by anyone around the world, on-demand. Learn about enabling trusted data exchange in time-critical situations from our Vice President of Blockchain, Jerry Cuomo, and our partners and blockchain leaders from HACERA, SecureKey […]

Continue reading

Is there finally a problem big enough for blockchain to solve?

As we break free from the blockchain hype cycle of 2017, we find many people scratching their heads trying to understand where and how blockchain plays a role, yet still struggling to grasp blockchain’s main purpose for being; solving the trust disparity within organizations. If we are to see the adoption of blockchain, the trust […]

Continue reading