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This demo illustrates how one could develop chaincode and applications on the Hyperledger/Fabric, via an example that demonstrates auction of high value items , where multiple participants can work as a consortium taking advantage of the network effect. This demo is build on Hyperledger/Fabric v0.4. It is compatible with v0.5. We will soon have a Hyperledger/Fabric v1.0 version of this demo application. The application source can be accessed at https://github.com/ITPeople-Blockchain/auction
https://developer.ibm.com/tv/the-creation-of-hyperledger-fabric-v1-for-stable-blockchain-networks/ Hyperledger is one of the fastest growing open source blockchain communities. Anyone can help lead it. Learn more and join the community: www.hyperledger.org. Or, head here, http://ibm.co/2dbtffw. The work started last year with a simple framework to test the interaction between applications and secure blockchain networks, and it’s allowed us to test use cases in supply chain, capital markets, manufacturing, and healthcare. First, we learned that permissioned blockchain networks that require every peer to execute every transaction, maintain a ledger and run consensus can’t scale very well and can’t support true private transactions and confidential contracts. So the Hyperledger community d...
For details on the progress of Hyperledger Fabric see https://wiki.hyperledger.org/projects/fabric or join the Rocket Chat at https://chat.hyperledger.org Linux Foundation Hyperledger Fabric: www.hyperledger.org/projects/fabric IBM Blockchain: www.ibm.com/blockchain
Speaker: Justin Lee This is the 3rd installation of my talk on HyperLedger Project. There have been new developments, with Sawtooth Lake (from Intel) now publicly available, new protocols, chain code, and consensus models. This technical talk will not only cover the concepts of Blockchain and the updates on the HyperLedger Project, but also show you how to set up and deploy Fabric and/or Sawtooth Lake, running your own Blockchain and start recording into your ledger. This talk was recorded at GeekCampSG 2016 on 29 September 2015. Visit http://geekcamp.sg for more information about the event
http://developer.ibm.com/code/?p=19715&post_type=pnext_journey&preview=1&_ppp=e8e2ea2dfc Blockchain is a secure, distributed, and open technology that is lowering costs, speeding up processes, and building a new level of trust in transactional applications. This developer journey will get you started with blockchain by showing you how to build a blockchain network using Hyperledger Composer.
PART II: Cloudsoft demonstration (Hyperledger Member) by Mike Zaccardo, Senior Engineer at Cloudsoft • A tool to help you manage Blockchain environments and nodes across multiple geographies. To receive a FREE e-guide on How to Buy, Store and Invest in Cryptocurrency sign-up here: blockmatics.tech/eguide Thanks for watching!
This is a demo of freeform exchange of digital assets between 11 companies on a permissioned blockchain network using Hyperledger Fabric.
Demo of how IBM and Maersk are digitizing and simplifying global trade to create trust and transparency in the supply chain using blockchain technology--a distributed, permissioned platform accessible by the supply chain ecosystem designed to exchange events data and handle document workflows. The example shows how shipping flowers can create trust and security in a digitized workflow while improving efficiencies of global supply chains. Learn about this solution: http://www-03.ibm.com/press/us/en/pressrelease/51712.wss Visit https://www.ibm.com/blockchain/
Speaker: Dr. C. Mohan IBM Fellow and Former IBM India Chief Scientist IBM Almaden Research Center Abstract: Blockchain (distributed ledger), the underlying technology of Bitcoin, has become very popular for use in commercial or permissioned environments. Computer companies like IBM and Microsoft, and many key players in different vertical industry segments have recognized the applicability of blockchains in environments other than cryptocurrencies. IBM did some pioneering work by architecting and implementing Fabric, and then open sourcing it. Now Fabric is being enhanced via the Hyperledger Consortium as part of the Linux Foundation. While there is no standard in the blockchain space currently, all the ongoing efforts involve some combination of database, transaction, encryption, consens...
This is a permissioned blockchain explainer video on Hyperledger Fabric.
In this video you will see: - who is staying behind the Hyperledger and what exactly is Hyperledger Fabric
Using the IBM Hyperledger Fabric protocol to secure the signing of documents.
This short demo shows how you can quickly and easily develop, govern and operate a blockchain application using IBM Blockchain Platform. To learn more and get started, visit: https://www.ibm.com/blockchain/platform/
This is a demonstration of an auction chaincode developed and deployed on the Hyperledger/Fabric Blockchain Environment by IT People Corporation , One Copley Parkway, #216, Morrisville, NC 27560. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hyperledger Fabric v1 ledger playback