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Hyperledger blockchain project adds five new members
Five new members have joined Hyperledger Project – the collaborative cross-industry effort created to advance blockchain technology.
Announced recently at Sibos in Geneva, the latest members include: Aesthetic Integration, BLOCKO Inc., Hangzhou Fuzamei Technology, PDX Technologies and Zhejiang Shuqin Technology. With this, the project has grown to 85 members.
“It’s great to see such strong growth and support behind Hyperledger, as the potential with blockchain is far-reaching and will become pervasive in enterprises, government agencies, and even the public sector,” said Brian Behlendorf, Executive Director, Hyperledger. “Our newest members bring unique value to the community; I look forward to advancing open blockchain standards and continuing to drive development efforts with them.”
The new members join a rapidly growing and diverse group across finance, banking, Internet of Things, supply chains, manufacturing and other technologies.
Hyperledger project has been consistently adding new members since the beginning of the year, which includes Wanda Group, Cloud Security Alliance, Energy Blockchain Laboratory, Global Peersafe Technology Corp., and many others. It has become the fastest growing collaborative project ever hosted by The Linux Foundation.
The project is working to enable organizations to build and run robust, industry-specific applications, platforms and hardware systems to support their individual business transactions by creating an enterprise-grade, open-source distributed ledger framework and code base.
At Sibos 2016, Hyperledger will sponsor the Innotribe Networking event on the evening of Wednesday, September 28, which will include opening remarks from Brian Behlendorf and video demos of the technology. It will also be involved in two SWIFT Labs sessions “Discover R&D@SWIFT: Distributed Ledger Technology” at the event.
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