Splunk : Hyperledger Fabric Security Monitoring with Splunk | MarketScreener

In this post, we demonstrate how to set up effective security monitoring of your Hyperledger Fabric infrastructure. We identify some common threats, recognize key data sources to monitor, and walk through using Splunk to ingest and visualize your data. This post follows Introducing Splunk App for Hyperledger Fabric and highlights the use of the app for security monitoring of blockchain infrastructure. We will address smart contract/chaincode security & monitoring in a follow-up post.


Blockchain infrastructure incorporates a diverse set of technologies, across a distributed network, which means it faces some unique challenges. Some of the most significant infrastructure threats include Denial of Service (DoS), Key Theft, Network Partitioning, Consensus Manipulation, and Blockchain Integrity Attacks. We show indicators and data sources required to detect DoS, Consensus Manipulation and Ledger Manipulation attacks and demonstrate results from an emulated DoS attack.

Key Data Sources

In addition to the data sources that are already important to monitor in any enterprise environment, blockchain systems produce huge amounts of additional data that should be monitored.

Generally this data is separated into on-chain and off-chain data. On-chain data consists of the ledger data, which is persistent and resistant to tampering from network-wide replication. Off-chain data is often ephemeral and may not be widely distributed. Examples of off-chain data include the state database, network traffic, as well as node metrics and logs. The table below shows how a combination of data from the ledger, logs, and metrics can be used to indicate different threats.



Data Source

Denial of Service

Tx throughput & latency

Block latency

# Senders

# Open connections

Block headers,

Node metrics

Consensus Manipulation

Changes in chain config

Leadership Elections


Node logs

Ledger Manipulation

Orphaned blocks

Block headers

Getting Started with Hyperledger Fabric Monitoring

We can easily analyze Hyperledger Fabric’s ledger, log, and metric data with the following tools. Splunk Connect for Hyperledger Fabric ingests ledger and metric data from a Hyperledger Fabric deployment. The Splunk Docker logging driver can be used to send container logs to Splunk. Finally, Splunk App for Hyperledger Fabric facilitates the analysis of this data in Splunk. For a walkthrough of the main features of Splunk App for Hyperledger Fabric read Introducing Splunk App for Hyperledger Fabric.

Once you have the app running, click on the Security Monitoring dashboard to be presented with a high level view of several threat indicators. Of note, indicators of DoS include trends in transaction latency & throughput, unique senders, as well as open gRPC connections. Orphaned blocks may indicate attacks on Blockchain Integrity. Finally, indicators of Consensus Manipulation include configuration updates and consensus leader changes.

A view of the Security Monitoring dashboard

Of course this dashboard is only a sample of what is possible. You can further expand on the searches in any of these dashboards yourself, using events captured from node logs or ledger data, along with Prometheus/StatsD Hyperledger Fabric metrics.

Example: Detecting DoS Attacks

Now, we’ll demonstrate how our monitored indicators respond to an emulated DoS attack. In this scenario, an authorized user has their keys compromised and begins spamming the network with transactions.

We will be paying particular attention to the transaction latency, throughput, and number of open connections. First, we’ll look at the normal case where a single client is sending 10 transactions per second.

Normal Case: Transaction and Connection Metrics

Next, we’ll have a single client open up persistent 1000 connections each performing 1 query per minute. Here, we see that the transaction latency starts to increase, transactions per second decreases, and the number of open connections increases. At this point, it may be difficult to determine if this is reflective of a high period of load, misconfiguration, or a denial of service attack.

Adversary Case: Transaction and Connection Metrics

We can investigate further in the Infrastructure Health and Monitoring Dashboard, where we see connection and I/O timeout errors.

Infrastructure Health and Monitoring: I/O Timeouts

Because we noticed a large number of open connections, we should query Splunk to see the distribution of gRPC message subjects and addresses. When we perform this search we see a large discrepancy in message count – indicating that “User1@buttercup.example.com,L=San Francisco,ST=California,C=US” is likely compromised or misconfigured and should be investigated further.

gRPC Message Counts


Comprehensive monitoring can help to secure your blockchain infrastructure by quickly identifying threats and facilitating investigations. Monitoring is only one part of a secure software development life cycle, and it does not replace the need for independent audits or penetration tests. We showed how you can use the Splunk App for Hyperledger Fabric to monitor the security of your Hyperledger Fabric deployments and facilitate incident investigation and remediation.

Stay tuned for a deep dive in contract/chaincode security & monitoring in a follow-up post. If you need assistance with Hyperledger analytics connect with us at blockchain@splunk.com.


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Startup helping Tel Aviv Exchange with blockchain securities lending raises seed round

Today, enterprise blockchain startup Blockchain Technology Partners (BTP) announced that it raised £2 million ($2.8m) in a seed round backed by the UK’s Force Over Mass and Germany’s Signature Ventures.

BTP is best known for its work supporting the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange to launch its blockchain securities lending platform. The French startup Liquidshare, which is backed by Euronext and Societe Generale, is also using BTP’s Sextant for DAML to deploy the smart contract language on its blockchain platform.

Sextant is BTP’s primary offering to make it easier for enterprises to deploy blockchain solutions. Most corporates are interested in the application, but to deploy a blockchain offering usually involves getting your hands dirty with blockchain infrastructure, creating a hurdle. That’s what Sextant aims to address. It started off supporting Hyperledger Sawtooth, which is a relatively niche blockchain, and more recently added Hyperledger Besu, a popular business-friendly Ethereum client that can work with both public and private Ethereum.

Sextant has also integrated cross platform smart contract language DAML for some blockchain flavors.

Wouter Volckaert, Partner at Force Over Mass, said, “By facilitating the development of blockchain-based applications, BTP’s transformational platform removes a major barrier for businesses looking to adopt enterprise blockchain technology. We have been extremely impressed by BTP’s founding team, and we are confident they will continue to lead the sector for years to come.”

Force Over Mass also invested in Adhara, another enterprise blockchain startup, co-leading its Series A in May.

Signature Ventures has a portfolio of blockchain startups, with a focus on companies dealing with crypto-assets, including custodian Finoa.

BTP is up against some stiff competition. Perhaps the biggest is Kaleido which, like BTP, aims to make it easier and faster to deploy enterprise blockchain solutions. It too supports Hyperledger Besu and was incubated by ConsenSys, the Ethereum solutions company that open-sourced Besu and now owns the Quorum brand. A big plus for BTP is there should be plenty of work to go round.


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LiquidShare selects BTP’s Sextant platform for blockchain-based post-trade offering

LiquidShare was created in 2017 by eight major European financial institutions (AFS Group, BNP Paribas Securities Services, Caceis, Caisse des Dépôts, Euroclear, Euronext, S2iEM and Société Générale) with the mission to build a European post-trading blockchain infrastructure for the financial industry. The company’s post-trade offering secures and streamlines back-office operations in financial markets, while enhancing the transparency and trustworthiness of post-trading operations, leveraging the open-source distributed ledger Hyperledger Besu, and Daml, an application platform.

“We chose Daml as our smart-contract language for its strong potential to embed business logic, and because it enables us to build multiparty business processes easily and rapidly. The fact that it is supported by BTP on our ledger of choice, Hyperledger Besu, was also a main driver for us,” said Jean-Marc Eyssautier, CEO of LiquidShare. “Sextant for Daml has accelerated our time to market by allowing us to focus on customer needs.”

BTP’s Sextant for Daml solution radically simplifies the deployment and management of the Daml runtime environment on distributed ledgers, so innovators such as LiquidShare can focus on the application rather than the underlying infrastructure.

“We are delighted to facilitate such financial innovation by freeing LiquidShare from technology infrastructure frustrations,” said Duncan Johnston-Watt, CEO & Co-founder of BTP. “This is a great use case that showcases the business value of distributed ledgers and smart contracts, by lowering the barrier to entry to capital markets.”

Daml, created by Digital Asset, is an application platform purpose-built for coding complex multiparty business processes. Daml applications provide a robust framework to better manage transactional workflows, resulting in improved operational efficiency, while preserving privacy and trust. This is particularly relevant to capital markets.

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Sextant for Daml, developed in partnership with Digital Asset, simplifies the deployment and management of the Daml runtime environment on Hyperledger Besu and Hyperledger Sawtooth, as well as Amazon QLDB, Amazon Aurora and PostgreSQL. It is rapidly emerging as the platform of choice for companies delivering Daml applications in production.


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Emerging Blockchain Platforms to explore in 2021


Blockchain technology appears to be gaining attention in the modern era. The technology that began as Bitcoin in 2009 has evolved into a mainstream technology. Blockchain technology has applications in various industries, including healthcare, supply chain management, logistics, and legal. Blockchain applications are designed and manufactured to improve the efficiency and transparency of business operations.

As companies start to analyze the potential of blockchain technology through the development of blockchain applications, demand for blockchain platforms has skyrocketed. According to one of the surveys, the global blockchain market is estimated to face a sharp growth from USD 3.0 billion in 2020 to USD 39.7 billion in 2025, at a compound yearly development rate of 67.3 percent between 2020 and 2025. As a result, the demand for blockchain platforms is increasing to securely and rapidly establish a blockchain network.

Below mentioned are some of the top-notch blockchain platforms.

  • Tezos:

    Tezos is a decentralized and open-source blockchain network that enables peer-to-peer transactions and the deployment of smart contracts. Its modular architecture and formal upgrade mechanism enable formal verification to be performed on its network.

    Arthur and Kathleen Breitman founded Tezos to provide the security and code correctness required for digital assets and high-value use cases. It is a self-governing decentralized blockchain platform. Tezos blockchain is a smart contract that is an application decentralized in nature. Tezos platform is similar to Ethereum, Waves, and Neo, but its self-amending cryptographic mechanism distinguishes it.

  • Stellar:

    Stellar is a decentralized blockchain service that connects the storage and transfer of money. It allows users to create, trade, and send digital representations of all major currencies, including dollars, bitcoin, and pesos. Over 69% of banks are constantly testing blockchain innovations to enhance the transparency, seamlessness, and security of their services.

    Stellar is a customizable and substantial blockchain technology that allows the development of secure and fast financial technology applications, tokens, and digital assets representing financial assets. It is a fully accessible transaction and currency network. It has no owner; if it has anything, the public owns it. It is capable of processing millions of transactions per day. As with Ethereum and Bitcoin, Stellar relies on the blockchain to maintain network synchronization. A stellar blockchain platform enables you to create your own assets, trade peer-to-peer tokens, and convert currencies during the payment process.

  • Hyperledger Fabric:

    It enables plug-and-play functionality for components such as membership services and consensus. It features a modular and adaptable design that accommodates a variety of industrial use cases. The ability to create a network of networks is a significant feature of Hyperledger Fabric. Representatives of the Fabric network collaborate, but because businesses typically want to keep specific data private, they typically maintain separate relationships within their networks.

    For instance, a buyer may interact with multiple sellers who all offer the same product. Sellers and buyers should maintain a personal transactional relationship that is not noticeable to all sellers. This is facilitated by Hyperledger Fabric’s “channels” attribute. Rather than a fully accessible, permission less framework, Fabric provides a secure, scalable platform for private contracts and transactions.

  • Hyperledger Sawtooth:

    Hyperledger Sawtooth is a distributed ledger technology that features a modular and flexible architecture that decouples the core system from the application domain. As a result, smart contracts can imply business rules for application areas without understanding the core system’s underlying design. It is compatible with various consensus algorithms, such as Proof of Elapsed Time (PoET) and Practical Byzantine Fault Tolerance (PBFT).

    It is a blockchain platform for enterprises that enables the development of distributed ledger networks and applications. It aims to secure distributed ledgers and smart contracts, particularly for enterprises. It simplifies blockchain applications by allowing developers to specify business rules for their apps in their preferred language.

  • EOS:

    EOS is a blockchain network that initiates the generation of scalable and secure decentralized applications. It hosts decentralized applications (dApps), enables intelligent contracts, and provides decentralized storage for enterprise solutions to address Ethereum and Bitcoin’s scalability issues. The EOS platform is free to use and achieves consensus through multicore processing and a delegated proof-of-stake algorithm. They have a designated community called the “EOS forum” where developers and investors can exchange ideas about the channel.

The correct choice of blockchain platforms will ensure a secure and smooth flow of digital transactions. Forrester estimated that 30% of development projects will reach the peak of innovation globally in 2021. This percentage reflects the emergence of blockchain technology. Consulting a team of blockchain consultants can help you identify the right blockchain platform for your business requirements because a wide range of blockchain platforms available in the market could confuse you with which is the best platform to go with.


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Contracts Software Industry Analysis, Market Impressive Gains including key players Ethereum …

A New Research Published by JCMR on the Smart Contracts Software (COVID 19 Version) in various regions to produce more than 200+ page reports. This study is a perfect blend of qualitative and quantifiable information highlighting key market developments, industry and competitors’ challenges in gap analysis and new opportunities and may be trending in the Smart Contracts Software. Some are part of the coverage and are the core and emerging players being profiled Ethereum, Corda, Hyperledger, Microsoft, DigiByte Holdings, æternity blockchain, AlphaPoint, AnChain.AI, BigchainDB, Bison Trails Co., BlockApps, Block Notary, Blockstream, ChromaWay, Chronicled, CloudFabrix Software, Credits, Digital Asset, IBM, Icertis, Kadena, Monax, Neo Team, Polymath, Riverr Pte. Ltd., Sanjh, Brickblock Digital Services, Symbiont, BlockCAT Technologies.

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Primary Research:

We interviewed various key sources of supply and demand in the course of the Primary Research to obtain qualitative and quantitative information related to this report. Main sources of supply include key industry members, subject matter experts from key companies, and consultants from many major firms and organizations working on the Smart Contracts Software.

Secondary Research:

Secondary Research was performed to obtain crucial information about the business supply chain, the company currency system, global corporate pools, and sector segmentation, with the lowest point, regional area, and technology-oriented perspectives. Secondary data were collected and analyzed to reach the total size of the market which the first survey confirmed.

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The research provides answers to the following key questions:

1) Who are the key Top Key players in the Global Smart Contracts Software Report?

Following are list of players: Ethereum, Corda, Hyperledger, Microsoft, DigiByte Holdings, æternity blockchain, AlphaPoint, AnChain.AI, BigchainDB, Bison Trails Co., BlockApps, Block Notary, Blockstream, ChromaWay, Chronicled, CloudFabrix Software, Credits, Digital Asset, IBM, Icertis, Kadena, Monax, Neo Team, Polymath, Riverr Pte. Ltd., Sanjh, Brickblock Digital Services, Symbiont, BlockCAT Technologies.

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2) Which Are the Main Key Regions Cover in Reports?

Geographically, this report is divided into several main regions, consumption, revenue (million USD) and Smart Contracts Software share and growth rate in these regions, from 2019 to 2029 (predicted), covering North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, etc.

3) What is the projected market size & market growth rate for the 2019-2029 period Smart Contracts Software industry?

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4) Can I include additional segmentation / market segmentation?

Yes. Additional granularity / market segmentation may be included depending on data availability and difficulty of survey. However, you should investigate and share detailed requirements before final confirmation to the customer.

5) What Is impact of COVID 19 on Global Smart Contracts Software industry?

Before COVID 19 Smart Contracts Software Market Size Was XXX Million $ & After COVID 19 Excepted to Grow At a X% & XXX Million $.

TOC for Global Smart Contracts Software Research Report is:

Section 1: Global Market Review Smart Contracts Software (2013–2029)

• Defining

• Description

• Classified

• Applications

• Facts

Chapter 2: Market Competition by Players/Suppliers 2013 and 2019

• Manufacturing Cost Structure

• Raw Material and Suppliers

• Manufacturing Process

• Industry Chain Structure

Chapter 3: Sales (Volume) and Revenue (Value) by Region (2013-2019)

• Sales

• Revenue and market share

Chapter 4, 5 and 6: Global Smart Contracts Software by Type, Application & Players/Suppliers Profiles (2013-2019)


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IBM open source its own blockchain code

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Technology giant IBM has announced that it will open source many of its blockchain code to make the blockchain “Hyperledger Fabric” more convenient. It will also start offering a paid service to support Hyperledger Fabric users.

The popular enterprise blockchain “Hyperledger Fabric” is a permission type (requires administrator permission to participate) chain adopted by many companies, and smart contracts can be written in general-purpose programming languages ​​such as Java and Go. It is applied in various fields such as the construction of a secure management / sharing system for medical data and the system for tracking food products to improve traceability.

Relation: What is Hyperledger Fabric, the most used blockchain framework for enterprises?

“Hyperledger Fabric” is an open source project provided by the Linux Foundation, but IBM has been involved in the development from the beginning.

IBM is now providing code that facilitates the development and adoption of blockchain solutions for businesses. It also includes the console’s underlying code, which makes it easy to integrate different platforms with the Hyperledger Fabric network, improving the platform’s usability.

The code was previously licensed by IBM, but is now open source. It also provides a “Fabric Token SDK” that enables token exchange on “Hyperledger Fabric” and code that supports the interoperability of distributed ledgers.

At the same time as the code is open sourced, a paid user support service will be launched for companies that use “Hyperledger Fabric”. This includes 24-hour customer support and code security scanning. It is expected to be available from this fall through the IT infrastructure market “Red Hat Marketplace”.

Blockchain business based on case studies

“To strengthen Hyperledger Fabric and establish a vibrant platform for everyone to innovate,” said Kareem Yusuf, head of artificial intelligence and blockchain at IBM, behind the move.

According to Yusuf, it makes sense to open source because the core blockchain technology and IBM’s blockchain platform itself are not very profitable. Yusuf commented on the blockchain media Ledger Insights:

A blockchain platform is a means to achieve a certain purpose (case study). We believe that having a more vibrant and widely adopted platform makes it easier to generate revenue based on actual end-user adoption cases.

In this direction, Yusuf cited the following three specific business fields.

  • Consulting to realize specific customer use cases
  • Products that integrate with other solutions
  • Enterprise grade customer support

Yusuf explained that it is possible to determine the functions required for the platform by calculating back from specific adoption cases such as traceability and carbon emission calculation. “I think we’ve entered the stage of large-scale adoption (of blockchain), so we have to clarify the case studies,” he said.

Withdrawal of blockchain business is denied again

The company denied this in February of this year when it was reported that IBM was shrinking its blockchain business. Yusuf also mentioned the matter, saying, “We haven’t withdrawn from the blockchain, we’ll focus on how to use it productively.” In the future, it seems that it will focus on supporting specific adoption cases of blockchain technology.

Relation: IBM spokeswoman denies blockchain business contraction = press

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    The Era Of Customized Blockchains Is Rising Because Smart Contracts Aren’t Really ‘Smart’

    The Era Of Customized Blockchains Is Rising Because Smart Contracts Aren’t Really ‘Smart’
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    Bitcoin laid the foundation of a decentralized peer-to-peer asset with a unique economic security model that is trustless, borderless, and censorship-resistant. Bitcoin is a standalone blockchain and doesn’t have an execution environment for running smart contracts.

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    Ethereum brought much-needed flexibility and extensibility to this space by introducing a programmable blockchain that supports smart contracts with its Turing Complete EVM (Ethereum Virtual Machine). Soon after the launch of Ethereum, the smart contract space exploded that led to the ICO boom of 2017-18.

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    Over the years, we have noticed that smart contracts inherit all the problems of their underlying blockchain architecture, making them less suitable for building large-scale applications. If you remember, a single application called CryptoKitties once brought the entire Ethereum network to its knees due to a large number of concurrent transactions.

    CryptoKitties was just a simple interactive game. These days, the applications getting deployed on the blockchain are getting more and more complex. We are now looking at lending and borrowing, DEX, Synthetic Assets, Insurance, Payments, Remittances, and much more.

    It has become a known fact that large-scale and complex applications can’t rely on smart contracts alone. They need a custom blockchain that is extensible, scalable, and optimized around solving a specific set of problems. Developers have started to realize this, and they are now building custom and scalable blockchains instead of compromising with the limitations of smart contracts.

    In this article, we will focus on some of the promising blockchain platforms that are built from the ground up in accordance with the requirements of large-scale and complex applications.

    Purpose-Built Blockchains

    Since last year, the number of purpose-built blockchains is rising with a strong focus on Defi, extensibility with niche-focused smart contracts, cross-chain interoperability, and hyper-scalability with efficient consensus mechanisms.

    Let’s explore each of these platforms to see how they are building the future of a utility-focused decentralized ecosystem.


    Edgeware is a smart contract chain for the next generation of decentralized applications. Edgeware is built using the Substrate framework, and is a fully EVM-compatible platform that allows developers to migrate their smart contracts from Ethereum to Edgeware with little to no changes. New developers who want to get started with Edgeware can use Rust and WebAssembly to build and deploy smart contracts on the platform.

    Edgeware comes with a community-managed treasury, decentralized proposal system, and a network of DAOs. Edgeware has a firm focus on community building and the platform helps people connect with each other, share their skillset, and get funding for their projects from the community treasury. If you’re a developer or a creative professional, Edgeware is the best place to work in crypto and bring your ideas to life with the help of strong community support.


    Acala is another Defi-focused blockchain platform aiming to become a parachain on the Polkadot network. The platform aims to build a set of financial primitives that include a stablecoin (ticker: ACA), a DEX with unified liquidity provisioning, and staking derivatives where users will get Liquid DOT (LDOT) tokens that will represent their stake on the network.

    Acala has a native EVM pallet which makes it fully EVM-compatible. This native compatibility allows existing Ethereum developers to migrate their smart contracts to the Acala network without making significant changes to their codebase, and benefit from the ecosystem of the Acala and Polkadot network.

    Acala is a perfect example of a niche-focused blockchain built from scratch that is optimized around a specific utility and use case of decentralized finance. This design approach prevents congestion on the network and helps build a more robust ecosystem, unlike other do-it-all smart contract platforms in the ecosystem like Ethereum.

    Accord Project

    Accord is an open-source blockchain project for smart legal contracts that are called ‘promissory notes’. The Promissory notes are debt contracts, and they are common financial instruments in the non-banking world. They are mainly used in supply chain finance or trade and specify the terms under which the parties involved in a transaction will settle the debt.

    Through these promissory notes on the Accord platform, sellers around the world can offer credit to buyers with a guarantee that sellers have access to cash flow within the dates specified in the agreement. The Accord project is built with Corda, which is a framework for building permissioned distributed solutions and networks. Corda is suitable to build platforms for highly regulated industries like banking, capital markets, trade finance, and insurance.

    Gvanta by Grandeo

    Gvanta is an enterprise-focused file sharing blockchain platform that uses state-of-the-art cryptography for file management and encrypted storage for confidential files. Gvanta also uses a blend of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to develop new protocols for storing, encrypting, and sharing data. They also support integration with major cloud service providers like Azure or AWS, along with native support for on-premise data centers to store, manage, and share your data.

    Gvanta enterprise blockchain is built using the Hyperledger Fabric framework developed by the Linux Foundation. Gvanta is taking a modular approach and has built a range of different projects to integrate with the Gvanta ecosystem, including Stor3, DNA Chain Genome Solutions, Blockchain Voting Systems, and a machine learning research platform.

    Popular Frameworks For Building Blockchains

    Building a blockchain isn’t as easy as rolling up a series of smart contracts. However, we now have various frameworks that make it easier to build and launch niche-focused and purpose-built blockchains. These frameworks provide a layer of abstraction and take away most of the complexity that the developers have to deal with, such as the consensus layer, managing transactions and accounts, etc.

    There are three most popular frameworks for building customized blockchain platforms; Substrate, Corda, and Hyperledger. Let’s discuss each of them to see how they facilitate the developers.


    Substrate is a blockchain development framework that provides a rich set of primitives and takes a modular approach towards blockchain development. Developers can use Substrate in one of the three ways, as they have to choose between technical freedom and development ease.

    Substrate also comes with a unique set of features that are never seen before in any live and public blockchain platform. It offers Hot-swappable and pluggable consensus, where you can change your consensus mechanism on the fly, and Hot-upgradeable and pluggable STF, where you can change your state transition function even when your Substrate-based blockchain is live.

    Substrate is a product of Parity Technologies, a company founded by Dr. Gavin James Wood back in 2016. Before founding Parity Technologies, Dr. Gavin Wood was the co-founder and CTO of Ethereum. He coded the alpha release of Ethereum, wrote the original Ethereum Yellow Paper that described the EVM specifications, and later worked on the general platform architecture and early design of Solidity.


    Corda is a framework to build permissioned distributed solutions and networks. Unlike the Substrate framework, Corda is more focused on enterprises, such as the traditional financial institutions, to build distributed and shared ledgers and reduce human involvement in managing specific tasks and transactions.

    Corda framework isn’t for building public and trustless blockchains. The whole idea of Corda is to target permissioned environments where the parties (nodes) are known to the network, and every party has to join the specific Corda network with permission from the node operator. This permissioned architecture is useful, especially when dealing with sensitive and private data.

    Corda is a product developed by the team at R3, a company founded by David E. Rutter and Todd McDonald back in 2014 to drive digital transformation in highly regulated industries. The founding team has a background in financial services and capital markets, where they saw a serious lack of trust in how different firms in highly regulated environments collaborate and transact with each other. To solve this problem, the team launched Corda, a framework for purpose-built distributed ledger applications.


    Hyperledger is a set of community-focused, open source frameworks and libraries for enterprise-grade blockchain deployments. Under the umbrella of Hyperledger, we have various DLT frameworks such as Hyperledger Fabric, Sawtooth, Indy, Iroha, and Besu, along with developer tools like Hyperledger Caliper Explorer, and a set of libraries like Hyperledger Ursa, Quilt, and Transact.

    Like the Corda framework, Hyperledger focuses on building permissioned blockchains for enterprise environments where the nodes are known across the network, and there is a level of trust among the parties. Hyperledger has gained a lot of traction in recent years and has clients across the globe ranging from many different industries, including finance, healthcare, and supply chain.

    Hyperledger was launched back in 2016 by the Linux Foundation, one of the largest nonprofit organizations in the world, working to enable innovation through open source software. Soon after the launch, the Hyperledger project announced over 30 founding members that include the likes of Intel, IBM, Accenture, VMware, and Wells Fargo, to name a few.


    The blockchain space has evolved very rapidly, from simple smart contracts to now large-scale and complex applications to cater to the growing needs of the consumers in the ecosystem. Building and launching a custom blockchains is hard, but we do have frameworks that add a layer of abstraction in building new blockchain platforms that are optimized to solve specific sets of problems.

    These blockchain frameworks offer the required flexibility, and extensibility, so the developers can focus on both technical freedom and ease of development.