Global IoT and Blockchain Market 2019 Growth Opportunities – IBM, Microsoft, Intel, Amazon …

Market analysis by applications: Smart Contract, Data Security, Data Sharing/Communication, Asset Tracking & Management. Market analysis by type: …

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IBM Official Elected Chair of Hyperledger Blockchain Tech Board

The Hyperledger technical steering committee (TSC) has elected another IBM official as its chair amid controversy over the tech giant’s increased …

The Hyperledger technical steering committee (TSC) has elected another IBM official as its chair amid controversy over the tech giant’s increased representation on the panel.

Arnaud Le Hors, a senior technical staff member for blockchain and web open technologies at IBM, succeeds Dan Middelton, a principal engineer with Intel, according to an email sent to the TSC mailing list Wednesday.

“I’m happy to have the chair role in good hands,” Middelton wrote to the list.

Related:Ethereum Co-Founder Joe Lubin Joins Hyperledger Board

A year ago Middelton replaced Christopher Ferris, CTO of open technology at IBM, who had chaired the TSC since 2016.

During the last year, the TSC launched the Diversity, Civility and Inclusion working group, which focuses on diversity broadly but is more focused on demographic rather than corporate diversity, Middelton told CoinDesk in an email.

Over the same period, the consortium has seen more collaboration between projects, like Hyperledger Ursa, a tool that was worked on by developers from Hyperledger’s Indy, Sawtooth and Fabric projects.

When it comes to influencing Hyperledger, code is king, Middleton added.

Related:IBM Employees Now Hold 6 of 11 Seats on Hyperledger Steering Committee

“The real influence in an open source community like this is contributions,” Middelton said. “I sort of wish that all the effort that went into discussions on the election and all the effort that will go into coming up with complex election rules just went to actual technical development.”

Neither IBM nor Hyperledger was immediately available for comment.

The Hyperledger TSC is responsible for creating working groups to focus on technical issues, approving projects and reviewing updates.

Last week, Hyperledger code contributors elected the TSC for 2019-2020, and the number of IBM employees on the committee doubled, giving Big Blue 6 of the 11 seats. This rekindled concerns that the company has an outsized influence over Hyperledger, the Linux Foundation’s umbrella group for open-source enterprise blockchain projects.

In response, executive director Brian Blehendorf suggested that the TSC discuss increasing the size of the committee with the governing board or for “one time add of a set of new TSC members, so that this greater representation can happen in the current TSC team.”

Le Hors has worked nearly 20 years at IBM and has been involved with Hyperledger since its launch, according to his bio. He served on the 2018-19 TSC and contributes to Fabric, the oldest Hyperledger platform and the basis for the blockchain Walmart uses to track food through its supply chain.

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ConsenSys joins Hyperledger to help build enterprise blockchains

Ethereum-focused development firm ConsenSys has joined Hyperledger as a premium member. Hyperledger—run by the Linux Foundation—is an …

Ethereum-focused development firm ConsenSys has joinedHyperledger as a premium member. Hyperledger—run by the Linux Foundation—is an open-source project focused on open-source technologies, particularly around enterprise blockchains.

Joe Lubin, founder of ConsenSys (which funds Decrypt), will join Hyperledger’s governing board as its 22nd member.

Additionally, PegaSys, the protocol engineering team at ConsenSys, will submit its Ethereum client—a version of Ethereum—to Hyperledger. The client will be renamed from Pantheon to Hyperledger Besu, and will be the 15th project in the Hyperledger catchment.

Hyperledger Besu will be the first project submitted to Hyperledger that is able to work with public blockchains—as well as private ones. It is targeted at enterprise clients who are looking to use both private and public blockchains.

“PegaSys and ConsenSys have been committed to open source software and submitting Hyperledger Besu to Hyperledger demonstrates that commitment,” said Lubin.

By joining Hyperledger, ConsenSys will help to form standards for enterprise-grade blockchains to create consistency across the industry. It will also encourage interoperability—the ability for blockchains to connect to one another—to bring the sector together, and making it more intertwined. It will now have access to Hyperledger’s global community.

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ConsenSys Joins Hyperledger as a Premier Member

Additionally, ConsenSys’s PegaSys protocol engineering group submitted its Ethereum client, formerly known as Pantheon, as the project …

NEW YORK and SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 11, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — ConsenSys and Hyperledger announced today that ConsenSys has become the newest Premier Member of Hyperledger, an open source collaborative effort created to advance cross-industry blockchain technologies, hosted by the Linux Foundation. Additionally, ConsenSys’s PegaSys protocol engineering group submitted its Ethereum client, formerly known as Pantheon, as the project Hyperledger Besu, the first public chain compatible blockchain submission to Hyperledger.

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ConsenSys will join a Hyperledger membership made up of 270+ leading companies in finance, banking, IoT, supply chain, manufacturing and technology. ConsenSys’ PegaSys submitted a blockchain framework based on public Ethereum for users to build and run robust, industry-specific applications, platforms and hardware systems to support business transactions. As a member of the Hyperledger community, ConsenSys will explore interoperability across blockchains and help drive standards to support enterprise-grade blockchain environments. Hyperledger Besu will benefit from a global community of Hyperledger developers, technical working groups, and leading open-source governance standards.

“As a new premier member, ConsenSys is now an active part of the Hyperledger community and the open source, open governance approach to blockchain,” said Brian Behlendorf, Executive Director, Hyperledger. “By submitting the code for Hyperledger Besu right out of the gate, ConsenSys is showing its support for our mission to build a broad coalition for advancing enterprise blockchain. The more technologies and members we have working together, the stronger the foundation we can collectively build for blockchain-based solutions.”

Joseph Lubin, Co-Founder of Ethereum and Founder of ConsenSys, will join the governing board of Hyperledger, which now counts 22 members. “PegaSys and ConsenSys have been committed to open source software and submitting Hyperledger Besu to Hyperledger demonstrates that commitment. Public networks with tens of thousands of nodes are most appropriate in a world in which we will see the tokenization of many types of assets and resources.”

Hyperledger Besu is the 15th project in the Hyperledger greenhouse. Hyperledger Besu, a Java-based Ethereum client formerly known as Pantheon, is the first blockchain project submitted to Hyperledger that can operate on a public blockchain. Besu represents the growing interest of enterprises to build both permissioned and public network use cases for their applications. The project’s design and architecture decisions have been aimed at clean interfaces and modularity, with the goal of making Hyperledger Besu a platform for open development and deployment. Read more about the framework, here.

About PegaSys

PegaSys (Protocol Engineering Groups and Systems) is a 65-person team dedicated to enterprise grade blockchain at ConsenSys. By building Enterprise Ethereum, we bring together the strengths of public and private blockchains: a large developer community while meeting enterprise needs for privacy and permissioning. We are focused on privacy, permissioning, scalability, and other features to make Ethereum production-ready. PegaSys will be launching PegaSys Plus, its commercial license version offering premium enterprise features and 24/7 support in October.

About ConsenSys

ConsenSys is a blockchain company dedicated to transforming the world’s digital architecture into a more open, inclusive, and secure internet of value, commonly called Web3. With a more trustworthy internet architecture, ConsenSys builds software to help individuals, enterprises, and governments unlock new business models, gain efficiencies through a shared IT infrastructure, and utilize modern cryptographic methods to safeguard private user data. Through our unique global business comprised of a venture fund and startup incubator, Enterprise Ethereumconsulting arm, and an educational Academy, ConsenSys is building for the decentralized future.

About Hyperledger

Hyperledger is an open source collaborative effort created to advance cross-industry blockchain technologies. It is a global collaboration including leaders in finance, banking, Internet of Things, supply chains, manufacturing and Technology. The Linux Foundation hosts Hyperledger under the foundation. To learn more, visit: https://www.hyperledger.org/.

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Ethereum Co-Founder Joe Lubin Joins Hyperledger Board

Joseph Lubin, co-founder of ethereum, is to join the governing board of the Linux Foundation-led blockchain consortium Hyperledger. The move …

Joseph Lubin, co-founder of ethereum, is to join the governing board of the Linux Foundation-led blockchain consortium Hyperledger.

The move comes as ConsenSys, the ethereum development startup founded by Lubin, becomes the latest Hyperledger premier member, ConsenSys announced on Wednesday.

ConsenSys said it will work as part of the group to explore interoperability between blockchains, as well as to promote standards to support “enterprise-grade blockchain environments.”

ConsenSys’ PegaSys protocol engineering group recently submitted its ethereum client, formerly known as Pantheon, to the group as the Hyperledger Besu project. Besu, aimed to provide a platform for “open development and deployment,” marks the first public blockchain-compatible submission to Hyperledger, the firm said.

According to Lubin:

“PegaSys and ConsenSys have been committed to open source software and submitting Hyperledger Besu to Hyperledger demonstrates that commitment. Public networks with tens of thousands of nodes are most appropriate in a world in which we will see the tokenization of many types of assets and resources.”

Hyperledger now has over 270 member companies across industries such as finance, banking, IoT, supply chain, manufacturing and technology. The governing board now includes 22 premier members, including Consensys.

“The more technologies and members we have working together, the stronger the foundation we can collectively build for blockchain-based solutions,” said Brian Behlendorf, executive director of Hyperledger.

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