The 13th project from Hyperledger is here. It’s neither a blockchain nor an application: it’s Hyperledger Aries. This new infrastructure is currently under incubation and aims to be an interface layer for creating and signing secure peer-to-peer blockchain transactions.
Hyperledger Iroha, the open-source, distributed ledger reached its 1.0 milestone release which is also its first production-ready version. This release comes with a list of interesting features including support for YAC Consensus and fully operational multisignature. Let’s take a closer look.
Every Monday, we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week, we had big news from GitHub, a new Hyperledger Fabric release and more.
“Hyperledger Fabric is now more accessible to developers who have already started working with Ethereum & its associated tools”
Hyperledger Fabric now supports Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) bytecode smart contracts. This popular blockchain framework is now more accessible to developers who have already started working with Ethereum and its associated tools. We talked to Christopher Ferris, IBM Distinguished Engineer about the implications of this step, what it means for Ethereum and blockchain developers & more.
Our ‘Blockchain development made easy’ series continues with Hyperledger Indy, a distributed ledger, purpose-built for decentralized identity. What are the advantages and how can developers get started with it? We talked to Daniel Hardman, Hyperledger Indy maintainer about what’s under this project’s hood.
This week, we continue our programming quiz series with Hyperledger, the open source initiative to develop cross-industry blockchain technologies. What do you know about this global blockchain collaboration?
Our ‘Blockchain development made easy’ series continues with Hyperledger Burrow, a permissioned Ethereum smart-contract blockchain node. What are the advantages and how can developers get started with it? We talked to Casey Kuhlman, CEO of Monax about what’s under this project’s hood.