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(4.9.2019) CU Broadcast: Why Decentralized Identities are Vital to the Future of Global Banking’s Convenience and Security…

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Hyperledger Executive Director Brian Behlendorf joins us on the program to explain why decentralized identities for consumers is vital for the future of global banking’s increased convenience and security. Brian has spoken on this topic at just about every blockchain, digital identity, and cybersecurity conference worldwide. Suffice to say, he is in high demand these days, so we are extremely grateful to chat with him for a few minutes.

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(4.4.2019) Coin Desk: Digital Asset Goes Open Source as Firm Eyes Closer Ties With Hyperledger

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Blockchain startup Digital Asset is open sourcing its Digital Asset Modelling Language (DAML), the beating heart of projects like the partial re-plumbing of the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX).

Announced Thursday, the move sees DA making DAML freely available – opening the door to its source code, its runtime system, and the software development kit (SDK), all under an Apache 2.0 license.

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(3.31.2019) Packt: Installing a blockchain network using Hyperledger Fabric and Composer[Tutorial]

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This article is an excerpt taken from the book Hands-On IoT Solutions with Blockchain written by Maximiliano Santos and Enio Moura. In this book, you’ll learn how to work with problem statements and learn how to design your solution architecture so that you can create your own integrated Blockchain and IoT solution.

In this article, you will learn how to install your own blockchain network using Hyperledger Fabric and Composer.

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(3.28.2019) Bitcoin Exchange Guide: Hyperledger Expansion Continues With Special Interest Groups (SIGs) And 9 New Community Members

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Hyperledger is growing its society one member and one company, or in this case nine companies at a time as reported on the community’s official website. The open source project is a community collaborative effort to bring the wonders of blockchain to businesses and help advance the technology across various industries in the world today.

The announcement stated that Hyperledger will be adding the Special Interest Groups (SIGs) to the community. There are currently four SIGs in operation which include Hyperledger Trade Finance Special Interest Group, Hyperledger Social Impact SIG, Smart Contract Working Group and the latest addition, Telecom SIG.

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(3.15.2019) Business Korean: Samsung SDS Connects Different Blockchain Platforms with ‘Deliver’ Platform

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Samsung SDS has unveiled a platform that connects Ethereum, a leading open blockchain platform, and Hyperledger Fabric, a representative closed (private) blockchain platform.

The company introduced the “Deliver” platform, the first of its kind, at Cello Conference 2019, which was an event for logistics companies, at its Pangyo building in Gyeonggi Province on March 14.

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(3.14.2019) Ledger Insights: IBM builds blockchain for French corporate registry

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Today the French National Council of Clerks of Commercial Courts (NCC or Conseil national des greffiers des tribunaux de commerce) announced that IBM has developed a blockchain corporate registry solution. France doesn’t have a central corporate registrar. Instead any changes to commercial and corporate records have to be submitted via the local commercial courts. The blockchain is expected to launch in the first half of 2019.

The initiative involves sharing information about two sets of data. The first is general registry data such as a change of company name, moving from one court jurisdiction to another, adding new branches and corporate dissolutions. And the second set of data relates to corporate recoveries and insolvencies.

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(3.11.2019) Coin Desk: IBM Scores Deal With US Credit Union Group to Use Hyperledger Blockchain

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CU Ledger, a consortium of U.S. credit unions that’s been experimenting with a range of private blockchains, has added one more to the list: IBM’s Hyperledger Fabric solution.

The consortium will use IBM’s tech to create “an immutable audit trail that can be used to create new business models and transform existing business processes for credit unions,” Big Blue said Monday.

In particular, the new solutions will be built for such services as identity authentication, compliance with know-your-customer (KYC) regulations, lending and payments, the tech giant said. The first blockchain-based services will be available to CULedger members “later in 2019,” IBM said.

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(3.8.2019) Forbes: Balance For Better: Recognizing Women Shaping The Blockchain Landscape

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This year’s campaign theme for International Women’s Day is “BalanceForBetter,” a message that is focused on ways of creating a more gender-balanced society. Recognizing women’s achievements certainly helps when it comes to raising awareness for gender equality, especially in industries that are primarily male dominated.

The finance and blockchain industries, for example, are two of the most imbalanced when it comes to the gender divide. According to McKinsey, women account for only 19% of C-Suite positions in financial services companies. In regards to blockchain, women represent only 9% of the engaged blockchain community and almost 85% of blockchain companies have been founded by men.

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