The co-founder of Ethereum is to join the blockchain development project Hyperledger community. Cointelegraph has announced ConseSys– Ethereum-focused development firm as the premier member of Hyperledger.
Project Hyperledger Besu Already Submitted to Hyperledger
According to the press release by Cointelegraph, ConseSys has already submitted the Pantheon Java-based software to Hyperledger. The project was named Hyperledger Besu as the first blockchain compatible with the public chain submitted to the project.
Brian Behlendorf the director of Hyperledger said that through the submission of Hyperledger Besu, ConsenSys is supporting their intended mission. Brian anticipates building a wide coalition for improving enterprise blockchain.
Improved Interoperability Across the Blockchain
Now that ConseSys is a member of Hyperledger, it is planning to explore interoperability all through the blockchains. As the latest member of the Hyperledger community, ConseSys will support the interoperability between blockchain. This will help support the enterprise blockchain environment by driving standards. Brian commented on the benefits that would come with the collaborative network in the environment. The more members they have networking and working together, the stronger the foundation will be.
According to Ethereum Cofounder Lubin, ConseSys and PegaSys are committed to open-source software and this has already been demonstrated by Hyperledger Besu’s submission.
Hyperledger has over 270 members spread across different industries including IoT, Banking, Supply chain, Finance, manufacturing, and technology. 22 premier members have been included by the governing board ConseSys being one in the list. On top of that, Joseph Lubin becomes a member of Hyperledger governing board.
ConseSys is now an active and committed part of Hyperledger family, plays part as an open-source, and gives the open governance approach to the blockchain. Behlendorf said that the more the members in the community, the stronger the foundation they will build for the blockchain.
Brian agrees that the software is with no doubt of great impact on his company and they are looking forward to more members working together.
According to Cointelegraph report in July, semiconductors manufacturer Intel in collaboration with technology Behemoth has co-sponsored for a new programming project by the Hyperledger development firm.