Browsing the "Hyperledger" Tag

Microsoft, Salesforce Join Hyperledger Enterprise Blockchain Consortium

| Anna Baydakova

Microsoft and Salesforce have joined Hyperledger, lending their enterprise software heft to the DLT consortium.

Private Blockchain’s Biggest Startups Integrate in Unprecedented Tie-Up

| Ian Allison

A historic change in strategy is taking place at R3 and Digital Asset (DA), who are now collaborating to maximize their respective blockchain…

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Retail Giant Target Is Quietly Working on a Blockchain for Supply Chains

| Anna Baydakova and Ian Allison

Retail giant Target has quietly entered the blockchain space, working with Hyperledger on supply chain solutions.

Hyperledger Announces Aries, a Toolkit for Blockchain-Based Identity Management

| John Biggs

Aries is a new, open-source toolkit for identity management by the makers of Hyperledger.

Digital Asset Goes Open Source as Firm Eyes Closer Ties With Hyperledger

| Ian Allison

Blockchain startup Digital Asset is open sourcing its core software, in part to forge closer relations with other enterprise players.

Blockchain Financial Plumbing Is Still Years Away, Says LSE Spinoff Exactpro

| Ian Allison

Exactpro, which tests software for stock exchanges, says it could be years before blockchains can safely connect to existing post-trade systems.

Nasdaq Leads $20 Million Funding Round for Blockchain Startup Symbiont

| Ian Allison

Enterprise blockchain startup Symbiont has closed a $20 million Series-B funding round led by Nasdaq Ventures.

Barclays and Clearmatics Call on Coders to Help Blockchains Talk to Each Other

| Ian Allison

U.K. bank Barclays and startup Clearmatics will hold a hackathon next month to spur ideas for blockchain interoperability.

The First Live Enterprise Blockchain Sets Sights on Every Area of Global Trade

| Ian Allison

Trade finance DLT platform we.trade is seeking partnerships with other networks, with TradeLens and Tradeshift as prime candidates.

Tensions Emerge Between Hyperledger Blockchain Group’s Biggest Supporters

| Ian Allison

More than a potential competition between blockchain platforms, tensions between IBM and Intel point to bigger questions around governance.