The new members, including such giants as Microsoft and Salesforce, joined Hyperledger to focus on creating enterprise-grade blockchain solutions for different industries and business sectors.
Target, the eighth largest retailer in the US, has been working on a blockchain-powered solution for supply chain management. The project called ConsenSource helps to verify whether products are sourced sustainably from certified factories.
Norilsk Nickel’s Stablecoin backed by contracts for palladium and nickel trading, is planned for launch by the end of 2019. The pilot project will be rolled put in partnership with IBM and Hyperledger Fabric.
Forbes, a global media company known for prominent financial and business news has released a list of 50 companies with a minimum of $1 billion valuations or revenues that are implementing blockchain technology.
IBM plans to use its blockchain platform to revolutionize the entire supply chain and food safety industry in Australia and offer many other solutions for problems affecting humanity worldwide.
In just over two months, the global Hyperledger community will gather in Basel, Switzerland, for the inaugural Hyperledger Global Forum.
The latest funding will be used towards Tradeshift’s growth initiatives along with strategic investments in blockchain and artificial intelligence.
The release of Fabric 1.0 means Hyperledger believes its code is fully ready for implementation.
Daimler AG has become one of 115 members of the Hyperledger Project working on the creation of common distributed ledger technology.