Peer Ledger and Hyperledger: toward Responsible Sourcing


More than 270 organizations now support leading open source blockchain project, including FedEx &  Honeywell International Inc.


HALIFAX – (September 26, 2018) – Peer Ledger is pleased to announce that we have become one of Hyperledger’s newest members, an open source collaborative effort created to advance cross-industry blockchain technologies, hosted by The Linux Foundation.  Today, in San Francisco, CA, Hyperledger announced that 14 new members are joining its global community of organizations that are contributing to the growth of Hyperledger’s open source frameworks and tools.  


Peer Ledger is the creator of the MIMOSI blockchain application for Responsible Sourcing and an Identity Bridge product, which provides identity resolution services among identity systems and multiple blockchains. With MIMOSI, we showcase how the highly modular Hyperledger Fabric can be implemented using a hybrid governance model, providing subscribers with the now-accustomed convenience of zero installation, while still using the Fabric’s distributed consensus mechanism correctly to ensure data consistency and to detect and prevent double spend.


What does this new membership allow us to do?

“No blockchain outside the Hyperledger family would allow us as much flexibility around implementation governance,” explains Dawn Jutla, CEO at Peer Ledger. “Hyperledger Fabric’s flexibility and its community of developers enables our firm to produce this sophisticated blockchain-based SaaS for Responsible Sourcing in under two years. We are thrilled to join and to contribute further as a member of the Hyperledger community.”

We look forward to the opportunity to collaborate with over 270 industry leaders, including leaders in finance, banking, Internet of Things, supply chains, manufacturing and technology.


Read the full announcement from Hyperledger here: 




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