Hyperledger Blockchain Project Grows to 44 Members

The Linux Foundation-led Hyperledger project has added seven new members to its open-source "business blockchain" effort.

AccessTimeIconJun 22, 2016 at 1:19 p.m. UTC
Updated Dec 11, 2022 at 7:31 p.m. UTC

The Linux Foundation-led Hyperledger project has added seven new members to its open-source "business blockchain" effort.

New members announced today include blockchain technology firms BitSE, MonetaGo and Norbloc, along with Moscow Exchange, Russia’s largest exchange group.

The announcement finds Hyperledger opening up to new international technology members, with China-based Belink Technologies and Onchain joining the effort as well.

For more details, read the full press releasehttps://www.hyperledger.org/news/announcement/2016/06/hyperledger-projects-maintains-strong-momentum-new-members.

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