Enterprise blockchain company Hyperledger Foundation has announced the development and release of three roadmap projects: Cactus 1.0, FireFly 1.0, and a preview version of Iroha 2.0 Long Term Support (LTS).
Operating under the Linux Foundation, Hyperledger supports an ecosystem of fourteen distributed ledgers. The deployment of the three technological tools should help consumers and businesses in the areas of blockchain, Web3 and decentralized applications (dApps).
We are pleased to announce these important development milestones for three projects; including Hyperledger Cactus 1.0, Hyperledger FireFly 1.0 and Hyperledger Iroha 2.0 LTS Congratulations to the project teams! Learn more and get involved: https://t.co/DchxyI2ybS pic.twitter.com/W7XhUEB4D5
— Hyperledger Foundation (@Hyperledger) May 19, 2022
Hyperledger Foundation Executive Director Daniela Barbosa said these achievements reflect “the high level of development of the Hyperledger community as well as the growing level of maturity of the enterprise blockchain market,” before stating:
“The core value of enterprise blockchain has been well proven across industries, and our growing global community is building a rich ecosystem that will drive the next wave of interconnected and interoperable solutions.”
The annual Hyperledger Global Forum (HGF) conference kicks off September 12-14 in Dublin, Ireland, and will feature some of the leading developers and attendees from the Hyperledger community.
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