Hyperledger Adds to Blockchain Group in Time for Sibos

Blockchain consortium Hyperledger today revealed five new members today.

AccessTimeIconSep 26, 2016 at 10:15 a.m. UTC
Updated Sep 11, 2021 at 12:30 p.m. UTC

Blockchain consortium Hyperledger today revealed five new members have joined its cross-industry platform.

Announced as part of the build up to the Sibos banking conference in Switzerland, the new companies come from multiple countries and industries.

The new Hyperledger members are verification firm Aesthetic Integration, enterprise blockchain foundation BLOCKO Inc, research exchange firm Hangzhou Fuzamei Technology, decentralized platform provider PDX Technologies and data storage firm Zhejiang Shuqin Technology.

The group of 85 companies is being led by the non-profit Linux Foundation, which helps manage the open-source contributions by the diverse members.

Hyperledger is one of 200 financial technology and banking exhibitors at this year’s Sibos conference hosted in Geneva by interbank platform provider Swift.

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