Announcing the release of Hyperledger Sawtooth 1.0

Please Note: Hyperledger Sawtooth was moved to end of life status at the request of the maintainers on Feb 1, 2024. You are welcome to use and contribute to this code, although the maintainers may or may not be responsive to any questions you have. Note that the developers have said they plan to continue making ongoing maintenance releases of this code in the Splinter community at


  • On-chain governance

  • Advanced transaction execution engine

  • Support for Ethereum

  • Dynamic consensus

  • Broad language support

Announcing the second production-ready framework from Hyperledger, Hyperledger Sawtooth 1.0 advances the technology’s readiness for production deployment and operations.

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Hyperledger Sawtooth 1.0 is Released!

Today, we are pleased to announce Hyperledger Sawtooth 1.0 is now available. But what does the 1.0 designation really mean?

See what Dan Middleton has to say in today’s blog post! Dan Middleton is the Hyperledger Sawtooth Project Maintainer, Hyperledger Governing Board and Technical Steering Committee member, and Head of Technology for Intel’s Blockchain and Distributed Ledger program.

WEBINAR – Hyperledger Sawtooth: Market Significance and Technical Overview

Date: Thursday, Feb. 15, 10:00-11:00 a.m. PST

Join Hyperledger Executive Director Brian Behlendorf and Hyperledger Sawtooth Project Maintainer Dan Middleton for a technical deep dive into the Hyperledger Sawtooth framework. You’ll learn about noteworthy use cases, key technical aspects of the framework, as well as how to get started contributing and interacting with the community.

Sawtooth: An Introduction

by Kelly Olson, Mic Bowman, James Mitchell, Shawn Amundson, Dan Middleton, Cian Montgomery

Sawtooth is a framework for building distributed ledgers for enterprise use, with a focus on modularity and extensibility. Sawtooth builds upon decades of state machine replication research, and is designed to support any consensus mechanism or ‘smart contract’ language.

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