Hyperledger In-depth: An hour with Bosch on Scaling DLTs with the Perun Lab Framework

Hyperledger In-depth: An hour with Bosch on Scaling DLTs with the Perun Lab Framework
January 20, 2021
10am GMT (UTC-8)


Hyperledger Member company, Bosch, will be hosting a session about their journey as contributors to Hyperledger community. The core outcome is Perun project which is now part of Hyperledger Labs. Perun is a joint DLT Layer 2 scaling project between the Robert Bosch GmbH’s “Economy of Things” project and the Perun team of Technical University of Darmstadt. The protocol can be used on top of any blockchain system to accelerate decentralized applications and lower transaction fees. The payment and state-channel technology of Perun protocol is especially useful for high-frequency and small transactions. By providing a cheap, fast, and secure transaction system, the Perun protocol is a major step forward in the mass adoption of blockchain applications.

We will start off with a discussion of scalability challenges and would love to hear from the attendees on their experiences. Then, researchers from Darmstadt University will talk about State Channel Technology before diving into the Perun Framework. There will be time for a demo and an AMA. We will finish off with another discussion round about the challenges the Enterprises face when working with Open Source. We hope together we can come up with some tips!

In the “Hyperledger In-depth: An hour with… .” series, Hyperledger members share learnings from their projects and try to answer all the hard questions about the pains of working with DLTs. It is not yet another webinar: participants will be encouraged to take part, come with prepared questions and voice opinions. Expect live demos and tutorials, stories from the battle field and hopefully some heated discussions. Let’s get out of the zoom fatigue and engage to share experiences and build a stronger community

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