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.

Nordea drives prosperity with a blockchain trading solution

At Nordea Bank, digital innovation means becoming more relevant to our customers. We’ve made good progress in this as a founding partner of the we.trade trade finance consortium. Powered by blockchain technology, we.trade connects buyers and sellers in a trusted, efficient digital ecosystem that streamlines trade across Europe’s borders. Transaction volume has grown quickly since […]

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Hyperledger achieves huge milestone: Introducing Hyperledger Fabric 2.0

On January 30, 2020, Hyperledger, hosted by The Linux Foundation, formally released Hyperledger Fabric v2.0, marking a significant milestone in distributed ledger technology (DLT). It is clear that blockchain technology is progressing at a rapid pace, as indicated by this milestone. From the start, Hyperledger Fabric was designed to be an enterprise-grade, distributed ledger platform […]

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Building trust in supplier information management

One area of supply chain management that I have not seen much written about in terms of blockchain and have been focused on is supplier information management. Many other areas that have been written about ad nauseum include transaction settlement, audit transparency, ethical sourcing, shipping data, compliance management, provenance, automation, food safety, and brand protection. […]

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IBM Blockchain Platform meets Red Hat OpenShift

Today we further enhance your ability to build blockchain networks anywhere. We are announcing a new version of the IBM Blockchain Platform software which is optimized to deploy on Red Hat OpenShift, Red Hat’s state-of-the-art enterprise Kubernetes platform. This means you now have even more flexibility when choosing where to deploy your blockchain network components, […]

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Why is interoperability important in blockchain?

Why is interoperability important in blockchain? originally appeared on Quora: the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world. Answer by IBM Blockchain, providing blockchain solutions, services and expertise, on Quora: Jerry Cuomo, IBM Fellow and Vice President Blockchain Technologies: Why is interoperability important in blockchain? […]

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Harnessing blockchain innovation to drive disruption

Most of us have heard of blockchain, but as it has moved from buzzword to viable business applications, it has not always been clear how to take advantage of its benefits. Clearly, it is about more than just about coins and tokens, but how is it relevant to regular business? Many people know that blockchain […]

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How AAIS uses blockchain to ease regulatory reporting

Insurance carriers have been collecting data for decades. The American Association of Insurance Services, or AAIS, serves as a bridge between carriers and regulators for regulatory reporting. We anonymize and aggregate a specific subset of a carriers’ data and share it with regulators. For the past 80 years, this process has required the transfer of […]

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What major changes is the recently announced Hyperledger 2.0 going to bring about in blockchain culture?

What major changes is the recently announced Hyperledger 2.0 going to bring about in blockchain culture? originally appeared on Quora: the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world. Answer by IBM Blockchain, providing blockchain solutions, services and expertise, on Quora: Jerry Cuomo, IBM Fellow and […]

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What we really mean when we talk about “real” blockchain

The advent of any new technology always sparks healthy and lively debate over fundamentals: standards, business models, best practices and the like. Blockchain is no exception. We’re seeing that kind of debate unfold today as the technology continues to evolve and gain traction. Some in the blockchain community are asking, “What constitutes real blockchain?” I’m […]

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