Cactus aims to provide Decentralized, Adaptable and Secure Integration to and between Blockchain Networks. It's aims to cover as many protocols as possible through
an extensible plugin architecture where new protocols or functionality can be added by creating new plugins.
Low Impact Deployment: Do not interfere with or impede existing network requirements
To see a guide on how to use Hyperledger Cactus, take a look at the links below in the Documentation section. Keep in mind that this is currently being updated so please write us through the different means listed in the Communication section.
If you want to collaborate in Cactus' development, you can pick an issue directly from Github – we've linked to some good first issues below that are good places to start for new contributors. If you need extra guidance, contact us through the chat or join one of our meetings and we can help you.
Hyperledger Cactus is currently undergoing a major refactoring effort to enable the desired to-be architecture which will enable plug-in based collaborative development to increase the breadth of use cases & Ledgers supported.
For a better understanding of where Hyperledger Cactus is heading please see the Whitepaper and Design Principles below!
Hyperledger Cactus uses GitHub for source code control.
You are invited to get involved with the Cactus project. Here are some ways you can get started.