The Hyperledger Blockchain Project Is getting a little bit bigger.

In recent days  Hyperledger blockchain project has announced the addition of 10 new members to the open source collaborative effort created to advance cross-industry blockchain technologies. According to the official release, the latest General members include ANNE, Beijing RZXT Technology Development, Capgemini Financial Services, New H3C Technologies, Revelry Labs, Smart Link Labs, and TradeIX.

Brian Behlendorf, Executive Director of Hyperledger,  said; “Welcoming this many new members from all over the world in various industries is great to see. The added support comes at a perfect time, with the recent launch of Hyperledger Fabric 1.0 and the goal of working together as a community to reach and promote production deployments of the technology this year. These new members will be advantageous in our efforts in building open blockchain software and pushing more Hyperledger projects to 1.0.”

Accord Project, Tecnalia Research & Innovation, and University of Luxembourg joined the consortium this month as Associate members. Hyperledger also announced the general availability of Hyperledger Fabric 1.0, the consortium’s first production ready blockchain framework.

With this asociations the company aims to enable organizations to build 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.

The development comes soon after a major release from the cluster of projects that exist under the Hyperledger umbrella. On July 11,  Hyperledger released the first production version of Fabric, its open-source blockchain platform that originated as a project within IBM, a major backer of the initiative.


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