Type: Tool
Status: Incubation

Hyperledger Quilt is a business blockchain tool and one of the Hyperledger projects hosted by The Linux Foundation. Hyperledger Quilt offers interoperability between ledger systems by implementing the Interledger protocol (also known as ILP), which is primarily a payments protocol and is designed to transfer value across distributed ledgers and non-distributed ledgers. The Interledger protocol provides atomic swaps between ledgers (even non-blockchain or distributed ledgers) and a single account namespace for accounts within each ledger. With the addition of Quilt to Hyperledger, The Linux Foundation now hosts both the Java (Quilt) and JavaScript (Interledger.js) Interledger implementations. Hyperledger Quilt was initially contributed by NTT Data and Ripple.

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Latest Hyperledger Quilt News

November 1, 2019 in Blog, Hyperledger Quilt

Announcing Hyperledger Quilt v1.0: Interledger for the Java platform

Today, I’m thrilled to announce Hyperledger Quilt v1.0, a Java implementation of the Interledger protocol that enables payments across any payment network.  Much like the Internet did for information, Interledger…
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February 6, 2019 in Blog, Developer Showcase, Hyperledger Composer, Hyperledger Fabric, Hyperledger Quilt

Developer showcase series: Raj Sadaye, Arizona State University

Back to our Developer Showcase Series to learn what developers in the real world are doing with Hyperledger technologies. Next up is Raj Sadaye. What advice would you offer other…
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May 24, 2018 in Blog, Events, Hyperledger Burrow, Hyperledger Fabric, Hyperledger Quilt, Hyperledger Sawtooth

One Year Later: Interoperability & Standardization Shine at Consensus

Image: The Hyperledger booth at Consensus 2018 Interoperability and standardization took center stage (literally) last week in New York at Consensus, when organizations like FedEx explained that both Ethereum and…
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