Hyperledger Fabric Explainer Video

Hyperledger Fabric is an enterprise grade, permissioned, distributed ledger platform that offers modularity and versatility for a broad set of industry use cases.

The modularity is represented by plug-and-play components, such as consensus, privacy and membership services.

One of its features is the enablement of a network of networks. This allows businesses to work together while maintaining privacy of pertinent information.

Hyperledger Fabric allows confidential information to be managed and transacted between parties without all information passing through a central authority. That way, personal data isn’t available to the entire network. In other words, if a network member is not a part of an agreed-upon transaction, the information would not appear on their ledger.

This allows solutions developed with Hyperledger Fabric to be adapted to any industry.

Hyperledger is an open source global collaboration, hosted by The Linux Foundation, including leaders in finance, banking, Internet of Things, supply chains, manufacturing and Technology.