Deutsche Telekom, Citi & We.Trade to Join Hyperledger

Guangzhishu Technology, Alibaba Cloud, KEB Hana Bank, HealthVerity, MediConCen have also joined blockchain organization
13 December 2018   813

Sixteen new members added to the blockchain consortium Hyperledger, including the cloud computing division of Chinese giant Alibaba, the banking conglomerate Citigroup and its venture branch, and telecommunications solutions provider Deutsche Telekom. This is stated in the official press release.

Guangzhishu Technology, Guangzhou Technology Innovation Space Information Technology, KEB Hana Bank, HealthVerity, MediConCen, Techrock, Xooa, BlockDao and We.Trade have also joined the new participants in the consortium.

We are starting Global Forum off with a bang with this impressive line-up of new members. The growing Hyperledger community reflects the increasing importance of open source efforts to build enterprise blockchain technologies across industries and markets. The latest members showcase the widening interest in and impact of DLT and Hyperledger.
 

Brian Behlendorf

Executive Director, Hyperledger

Earlier, Hyperledger announced a strategic partnership with Enterprise Ethereum Alliance with the goal of creating unified standards.

Hyperledger Certified China Army Associated Company

American Accenture, Chainyard and IBM and Chinese Beijing PeerSafe Technology and Ant Financial received certificates under HCSP program
19 November 2019   253

Among the first five certified service providers of the Hyperledger blockchain consortium was a company from Beijing, which cooperates with the People’s Liberation Army of China, CoinDesk reports.

According to the Hyperledger Certified Service Provider (HCSP) program launched earlier this month, the consortium certified the American companies Accenture, Chainyard and IBM, as well as the Chinese Beijing PeerSafe Technology and Ant Financial.

Status allows them to provide services to enterprises implementing Hyperledger technologies.

Earlier, Beijing PeerSafe Technology attracted funding from the Shanghai Civil Military Integration Development Fund. This organization invests in dual-use technologies that are used for both civilian and military purposes.

Peersafe claims to be the only Chinese company to receive three state-established qualifications. Among them are permits for the sale to the Ministry of Public Security of the PRC of information protection products and software supplies for central government agencies.