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Iroha is a distributed ledger project inspired by the Fabric architecture, that aims to provide a development environment where C++ and mobile application developers to contribute to the Hyperledger Project. The project seeks to complement Fabric, Sawtooth Lake, and other potential projects, by creating reusable components in C++ that can be called from languages such as Go. In this way, Iroha is additive to existing projects and the long term goal is to realize a robust library of reusable components that can be selected and used freely by those running distributed ledgers on Hyperledger technology.
Permissioned network, written in C++, Java chaincode, B-chain type BFT consensus algorithm (Sumeragi).
Proposals are created as github issues and are discussed. Those who can implement the proposals then write the code. If people want to know what to work on, they can ask on gitter or create an issue to get attention. Github projects are used to manage release versions.