Hyperledger Foundation Announces Nine New Members, Including Palm NFT Studio

Hyperledger Foundation Announces Nine New Members, Including Palm NFT Studio

Hyperledger Foundation, the open, global ecosystem for enterprise blockchain technologies, today announced a diverse line-up of nine new members, including Absa, Global Shipping Business Network (GSBN), Indicio, and Palm NFT Studio. These latest members join from markets in Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Americas, further adding to the important global footprint of Hyperledger Foundation.

“We’re looking forward to working within the vibrant Hyperledger community to move open-source technologies forward.” – Dan Heyman, Co-Founder & CEO, Palm NFT Studio

“Hyperledger technologies and community have been a cornerstone for Palm NFT Studio since our inception, so we’re excited to formally join Hyperledger Foundation,” said Palm NFT Studio Co-Founder and CEO Dan Heyman. “We’re looking forward to working within the vibrant Hyperledger community to move open-source technologies forward.”

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Additionally, Hyperledger Foundation, which is hosted at the Linux Foundation, announced that Wipro and Avanza Innovations have completed the requirements to become the newest Hyperledger Certified Service Providers. The newest members and HCSPs not only showcase the global diversity of the Hyperledger community but also the value of Hyperledger Foundation’s multi-project landscape. Many of these new members are already actively developing and deploying a variety of Hyperledger technologies to solve challenges and introduce solutions ranging from global shipping and trade to NFTs and from digital identity to cross-chain interoperability.

To further fuel this growth, Hyperledger Foundation recently announced a new CTO. It also welcomed the new project Hyperledger Bevel, an accelerator/tool that helps developers rapidly set up and deploy secure, scalable, and production-ready DLT network(s) that also allows new organizations to be easily onboarded on the network.

Hyperledger technologies were also highlighted in both the 2022 Forbes Blockchain 50 and Constellation ShortList for Blockchain Technology Platforms for Q1 2022. Hyperledger Fabric far outpaced any other platform among enterprise deployments on this year’s Forbes list. More details on the impact of Hyperledger technologies in action are available in the ever-growing collection of case studies. Recent additions include:

“When we added Foundation to our name, it was to reflect the growing breadth of the Hyperledger community, technology landscape, and market impact,” said Daniela Barbosa, Executive Director, Hyperledger Foundation, and General Manager Blockchain, Healthcare and Identity at the Linux Foundation. “We are seeing that growth play out with new technical leadership and projects, additions to our commercial ecosystem, and ever-widening adoption of our technologies. Our newest members, a line-up of organizations looking to build and rebuild markets and economies across a range of industries using a mix of Hyperledger technologies, are another sign of our expanding reach.”

Hyperledger Foundation allows organizations to create solid, industry-specific applications, platforms, and hardware systems to support their individual business transactions by offering enterprise-grade, open-source distributed ledger frameworks, libraries, and tools. General members joining the community are Absa, Datachain, Global Shipping Business Network (GSBN), Indicio, IoBuilders, Marketnode, MDxBlocks, PalmNFT Studio, and Zeeve, Inc.

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