After months of testing, the Hedera Hashgraph has finally launched its public network which promises to have unmatched speed in the entire distributed ledger space. Hedera has also begun the distribution of its native HBAR tokens.
Boeing announced that it is joining the Hedera Hashgraph Council becoming the 10th member with commentators stating that it is a major milestone for the company to dive into the blockchain technology.
Hedera Hashgraph has announced the launch of its mainnet in September which will be followed by the release of its native HBAR coins. The platform has called for all interested developers to use its DLT for the creation of diverse DApps.
IBM and Tata are the new governing council members for the Hedera Hasgraph DLT network. These two giants plan to leverage Hedera’s unique ability to unify public and private networks.
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Wall Street Journal readers found an interesting add between their finance news. It appears as if not only Libra’s logo is subject of discussion: one of the defining characteristics of Facebook’s project is seemingly inspired in a key element of Hedera Hashgraph.
Singapore-based, AI-powered virtual social trading platform TrakInvest has thrown its hat in the ring aiming to become one of the first Asian-based projects to use Hedera Hashgraph’s distributed ledger technology.