Hyperledger Fabric for the future of enterprise blockchain platforms

What makes Hyperledger Fabric an ideal ground for enterprise blockchain platforms?

  • Hyperledger Fabric does not require cryptocurrency-based transactions. Enterprises don’t have to rely on using a specific cryptocurrency in verifying transactions. Instead, Hyperledger Fabric uses chaincode (smart contracts) which handles complex business logic in operation.
  • A private and permission blockchain platform, providing solutions that require licensing: which means that only the people involved are allowed to become nodes and join the chain and get access to certain information. Enterprises have sensitive and private data, so using a public blockchain would not be appropriate. Therefore, using a private and permissioned blockchain platform allows businesses to both store data transparently while ensuring the privacy and security of sensitive data permanently.
  • A modular architecture means that developers can replace or add any component (module) for customized requirements without affecting the rest of the system.
  • Hyperledger Fabric 2.0: The improvement of this version focuses on managing the chaincode lifecycle to maximize flexibility, eliminating the bottleneck of scalability of consensus algorithms, and giving more options to share data with selected channel members instead of a collection of multiple members.

akaChain is an enterprise blockchain platform built on Hyperledger Fabric

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