IBM and seven major European banks – Deutsche Bank, HSBC, KBC, Natixis, Rabobank, Societe Generale and Unicredit – announce a Digital Trade Chain solution is being built on IBM Blockchain and powered by Hyperledger Fabric v1.0.0.
With these 8 new members, the total number of Hyperledger participants has reached 142.
The supply chain platform developed by IBM and Sichuan Hejia aims to streamline flows among buyers, sellers and financiers in the pharmaceuticals space.
IBM collaborates with SecureKey Technologies to create a network based on IBM Blockchain that will facilitate consumers’ verification.
First commercial deployment of open source Hyperledger Fabric creates open, integral business networks. IBM Cloud provides industry’s most secure blockchain environment, highest certified level of protection for a commercial server for regulated industries.
Hyperledger Project continues to attract new companies, with the overall number of members now accounting for more than 120 organizations.
Daimler AG has become one of 115 members of the Hyperledger Project working on the creation of common distributed ledger technology.
Hyperledger Project has not only exceeded 100 members for less than a year, but has met significant development milestones in 2016.
Iroha will allow even more developers to create projects and applications based on the distributed ledger technology.
IBM announced a partnership with the Japan-based Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ to use the distributed ledger technology for the execution of contracts among business partners.
New companies will contribute to the development of a cross-industry open standard for distributed ledgers.
French airplanes manufacturer, Airbus, officially joined the Hyperledger Project, a blokchian intitative launched by the Linux Foundation almost a year ago.