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Welcome to the Hyperledger Wiki!

Hyperledger is a consortium of communities which works on two different levels.

  1. Projects focus on implementations of blockchain frameworks, tools, and modules
  2. Working groups focus on different aspects, typically independent of any specific implementation

Projects

Frameworks
Name Status CII Badge Description
Incubation badge Permissioned Ethereum smart-contract blockchain
Active badge Distributed ledger in Golang
Incubation 94% Distributed ledger purpose-built for decentralized identity
Active badge Distributed ledger in C++
 Active badge Distributed ledger with Multi-Language Support
Tools
Name Status CII Badge Description Supports (Potentially)
 Incubation 18% Blockchain benchmark framework which allows users to measure the performance of a specific blockchain implementation with a set of predefined use cases. Fabric, Sawtooth, Iroha
Incubation 0% Blockchain management/operation Fabric,Explorer (Sawtooth, Iroha, Composer)
Incubation badge Development framework/tools for building Blockchain business networks Fabric, (Sawtooth, Iroha)
Incubation 0% Blockchain Web UI Fabric, (Sawtooth, Iroha)
Incubation 0% An interoperability solution for blockchains, DLTs and other types of ledgers
Hyperledger Ursa Incubation 0% A shared cryptographic library that would enable people (and projects) to avoid duplicating other cryptographic work and hopefully increase security in the process.

Modules

Name Status CII Badge Supports (Potentially) Description
Cello Analytics Incubation 0% Cello Blockchain analytics
Fabric Chaintool Incubation 0% Fabric Chaincode packaging for Fabric
Fabric SDK Py Incubation 0% Fabric Fabric SDK in Python
Fabric SDK Go Incubation 0% Fabric Fabric SDK in Golang

Community Working Groups (WG)

Archived Working Groups (WG)

Special Interest Groups (SIGs)

Governing Documents of the Hyperledger Technical Community

How We Communicate

  • Email - most development communication is on archived mailing lists by project area.
  • Chat - is where daily conversations and questions happen. You will need a Linux Foundation ID to login to our chat instance.
  • Chat Channels - lists all chat rooms available.

Meeting & Event Schedules

Security

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Miscellaneous

Internship Program

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