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The purpose of this page is to serve as a resource to incoming community members interested in working together to realize the full potential of blockchain technologies for social good. As a SI-SIG member, feel free to add to this growing list of resources to better server membership.


What does the Hyperledger SI-SIG do?

Distributed ledger technologies (DLT) offers significant potential to deliver benefits for humanitarian aid, development, and civil society institutions in general. From uniting disparate processes, to increasing transparency, to improving data flows, DLT promises to reduce costs and promote efficiencies that will allow humanitarian aid and development to reach more people and improve outcomes.

Our top-level mission is to identify specific opportunities for open source software development projects which could help various actors move more quickly on use cases with high potential to positively impact social good. Those efforts could be built upon existing Hyperledger code bases, but are not limited to that. To get started, we need to talk openly and frankly about what can be done, and how to move forward in a thoughtful and coherent manner that strives to promote best practices and works to avoid missed opportunities.

The full text of the SI-SIG charter is available here.


What do I need to do to be a  Hyperledger SI-SIG member?

It's as simple as signing up for a LFID account and subscribing to our discussion forums. 

Hyperledger SI-SIG is a open and collaborative forum for like-minded individuals to work together to realize the full potential of blockchain technologies for social good. The SI-SIG strives to document and foster technical and business-level conversations about appropriate applications for blockchain technology in the service of societal good.


How can I get involved in the Hyperledger SI-SIG community?

There are many different ways to get involved in the SI-SIG community:

  • Subscribe and introduce yourself on the mailing list
  • Joining our bi-weekly SI-SIG discussions and share your ideas
  • Present to the community on your blockchain project
  • Contribute to our ever changing workstream and projects

This group is community driven and you will get the most out of it the more you put in, although passive participation is totally fine too!





New to Hyperledger?

Get a Linux Foundation ID (LFID) to access and contribute to our community. Here's how to get your LFID.


Keep in touch.

Get regular updates to SI-SIG meetings and events by subscribing to our email list. 


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