Hyperledger: Causing The Paradigm Shift In Business World

Published : Jul 02, 2018


  • The list is endless of experts that believe that blockchain technology can transform the world. Just like the internet did to this world!

    Blockchain technology's capabilities to transform trading, identification and trust have already forced 15% of the banks to use it for delivering services more quickly, securely and reliably to their users.

    Due to this, many IT companies have become blockchain development companies. But only a few have found proper ways to use decentralized networks for businesses, we're one of them.

    Among the various blockchain projects, we are working on Hyperledger, developed by the Linux Foundation.

    Hyperledger stands out as one with huge potentials. It has now more than 200 members who are currently working on to make this open-source technology available to the wider market. It means anyone looking for blockchain development can learn, distribute, adapt and contribute to creating right tools for distributed databases.

    Currently, Hyperledger development services consist of five frameworks: Burrow, Sawtooth, Fabric, Iroha, and Indy; and three tools for blockchain developers- Cello, Composer, and Explorer.

    Why is Hyperledger a Compelling Blockchain Framework?

    The trends proposed by the Hyperledger community depends on the use of permissioned networks where reliable business entities collaborate by discarding intermediaries, reducing costs, expediting processes, and reconciling business data in shared, immutable ledgers.

    Contrary to open invitation nature of access in the public blockchains, the authority to enter the permissioned blockchain in the Hyperledger framework is provided by special invitation. This is the core advantage of Hyperledger blockchain solutions, thus, explaining why blockchain development will turn upside down the nature of transactions globally.

    According to experts, decentralized blockchain applications can bring the problem of digital identities of people over the internet to a halt.  As standard Internet identifiers are places (or internet addresses), we can validate the machine as well as the place but not the person behind it. That's why we incorporate protocols, to enable decentralization. Blockchain used for digital identities is the three-component protocol that helps it provide a unique level of competitiveness and trust on the web.

    Industries That Can Adapt Blockchain Innovation

    1. Energy supply

    Distributed power systems can make electricity grids smarter where batteries will be installed across multiple decentralized locations. Electric vehicles and other smart devices can utilize these resources in IoT (Internet of Things), where decentralized network removes the need for a central location.

    2. Predictive Markets

    Broadcasting in stocks, sports, and elections can be simplified by blockchain predictive analysis.

    3. Insurance

    Using Hyperledger based smart insurance contracts, the insurance industry can be transformed and overhauled completely. With smart insurance contracts, we can form an ecosystem where all participants in the system share reproduced and unchanged record of transactions.

    4. Transportation

    By removing the need for intermediaries, businesses can involve into direct arrangements. Thus, avoiding fees and making transport sharing hassle-free, accessible and cost-effective.

    5. Real Estate

    The silos of information, the large number of participants and the discrepancies in the system disturb the market, making it problematic and prone to frauds. Decentralized ledgers, when used for real estate, can help get contractors, sellers, and buyers unified information about the market values and prices, helping companies to make informed decisions.


    Hyperledger blockchain solutions aren't restricted to the finance industry. The blockchain development services have already opened gates for various industries, including energy supply,  pharmaceuticals, healthcare, and food manufacturing; as well as a few industry process and channels, such as IoT, supply chain management, and cloud computing. Now, we'll have to wait and see what changes it'll be bringing in the coming days.


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