Consensus 2023

April 26 8:00 AM-April 28 5:00 PM PDT

Consensus by Coindesk is the world’s largest, longest-running and most influential gathering that brings together all sides of the cryptocurrency, blockchain and Web3 community.

The Hyperledger community has been attending this event since 2017 and it has been a place for our developers and member companies to connect with professionals and builders from around the world who are building a new digital economy. This year’s Consensus 2023 is a call to action for developers, investors, founders, policymakers, brands and others to come together and find solutions to our industry’s thorniest challenges that we believe open source and decentralized development of tech can help address.

Come visit us at our demo stage booth 312, to learn about how today the Hyperledger Foundation is an umbrella over 14 market leading open source projects addressing both public and permissioned blockchain uses, including Hyperledger Fabric the world’s most adopted permissioned DLT, Hyperledger Besu the leading Ethereum client designed to be enterprise-friendly for both public and private permissioned networks, Hyperledger Cacti a blockchain integration tool designed to allow users to securely integrate different blockchains, and Hyperledger Firefly a complete stack for enterprises to build and scale secure Web3 applications.

At our booth, you will learn about all our open source projects, special interest groups and more and get to watch Hyperledger member companies on the Hyperledger stage talking about their production use cases. Come by to learn how we are Building Better Together.

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Hyperledger Member companies interested in speaking at the Hyperledger Foundation booth, please email Not a member but interested in learning more, please visit our join page to learn more!


April 26 8:00 AM

April 28 5:00 PM

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