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.

Netki’s solutions for blockchain benefit from The Linux Foundation’s Hyperledger

Enterprises everywhere are looking to blockchain, the distributed ledger technology behind Bitcoin, as the new way to transact across business networks. One IBM Blockchain partner, Netki, is building digital identity solutions to help break down barriers related to risk and compliance in modern blockchain environments. In a recent interview with Justin Newton, the CEO of […]

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Google Hangout: Preview of IBM Blockchain at SXSW

South by Southwest (SXSW) has transcended typical industry events and sits in a league all its own. Since it attracts the most prolific speakers, brands and creative campaigns year after year, audiences expect nothing less than a fully immersive, educational and entertaining experience. On the heels of Cognitive Studio in 2016, IBM is gearing up […]

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Blockchain for business: Top 5 to-dos at InterConnect

Blockchain. This distributed ledger technology has been mentioned several times in recent meetings, but you still don’t know that much about it or how it works. Everyone’s saying it’s going to transform the way businesses transact, making it easier, faster and safer to transfer value between different parties. However, you haven’t yet figured out how […]

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The Linux Foundation’s Hyperledger Fabric from a developer’s perspective

By leveraging the distributed ledger technology of blockchain, companies are experimenting with new ways to make transactions. The Linux Foundation’s Hyperledger Fabric provides the foundation for developing blockchain solutions. It is designed to enable confidentiality, scalability and security in business environments through modular architecture, pluggable implementations and container technology. IBM Blockchain partner Loyyal is using blockchain […]

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The tipping point for blockchain

How did the modern world begin? Not with a bang, but instead with something most people have never even heard of: packet-switching. Packet-switching is the idea that large messages can be transmitted more efficiently by breaking them up into small, identically-sized chunks. This seemingly modest idea paved the way for researchers and the Department of […]

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Loyyal transforms loyalty with The Linux Foundation’s Hyperledger Fabric

Blockchain is the distributed ledger technology that is changing the way companies transact. The Linux Foundation’s Hyperledger Project is an open source collaborative effort designed to advance cross-industry blockchain technologies by enabling communities of software developers to build blockchain frameworks and platforms. Interested to see how members are benefiting from the community and how they’re using […]

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The Linux Foundation’s Hyperledger Fabric: Are we there yet?

It has been just over a year since IBM and 29 other companies formally established Hyperledger at the Linux Foundation, and the Hyperledger Fabric project will soon release its first major release: v1.0. Hyperledger was created to provide open governance for the development of blockchain and distributed ledger technology for the enterprise. It has certainly […]

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The Linux Foundation’s Hyperledger Composer: Driving faster blockchain value

Dan is feeling particularly elated and it’s all thanks to The Linux Foundation’s Hyperledger Composer. This is his third blockchain project as scrum master and it’s always a thrill to deliver the end of project demonstration but this one has been special! It’s the first project Dan has delivered using Hyperledger Composer and he’s amazed […]

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