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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...
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
Check more here: www.blockchain-documentary.com. Documentary by economist and filmmaker Manuel Stagars, who portrays blockchain technology in interviews with software developers, cryptologists, researchers, entrepreneurs, consultants, VCs, authors, politicians, and futurists from the United States, Canada, Switzerland, the UK, and Australia. THIS IS A COPY OF ORIGINAL VIDEO THAT CAN BE FOUND HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2iF73cybTBs Fair Use Notice: This video might contain some copyrighted material whose use may or may not have not been authorized by the copyright owners. We believe that this not-for-profit, educational, and/or criticism or commentary use on the Web constitutes a fair use of the copyrighted material (as provided for in section 107 of the US Copyright Law). If yo...
Watch (if you can) Hyperledger Fabric build and run its tests :) Being early can be painful but profitable in the end!
In the final video of this playlist is the demo of Car Leasing showing some of the benefits of using Hyperledger Fabric within a realistic business scenario with privacy, provenance, consensus and finality. We take an initial look at a regulator in this simple scenario being able to ensure compliance within the network by having visibility to the entire of the network they regulate. IBM Blockchain: www.ibm.com/blockchain Full course material inc written passages, diagrams and ability for you to earn a youracclaim.com badge found at: https://developer.ibm.com/courses/all/blockchain-essentials/ Presented By John Palfreyman | @JohnP261
Using the IBM Hyperledger Fabric protocol to secure the signing of documents.
In this video I introduce the basic concept of a blockchain as a way to record a history of transactions in a way that cannot ever be altered, doctored, removed without detection. I want to explain it in a way that is very accessible from the start so I've used a somewhat silly analogy to illustrate the basic concepts. From the second video onwards I'm going to be teaching this material to my girlfriend during the video so she can ask questions - she has no prior knowledge of this material at all.