Review of Five popular Hyperledger DLTs- Fabric, Besu, Sawtooth, Iroha and Indy

As companies are catching up in adopting blockchain technology the choice of a private blockchain platform becomes very vital. Hyperledger whose open source projects supportpower more enterprise blockchain use cases than others is currently leading the race of private Distributed Ledger Technology DLT implementation. Working from the assumption that you know how blockchain works and what is the design philosophy behind Hyperledgers ecosystem in this article we will briefly review five active Hyperledger DLTs. In addition to DLTs discussed in this article Hyperledger ecosystem has more supporting tools and libraries that I will cover in more detail in my future articles.

This article mainly targets those who are relatively new to Hyperledger. This article would be a great resource for those interested in providing blockchain solution architect services and doing blockchain enterprise consulting and development. The materials included in this article will help you understand Hyperledger DLTs as a whole and use its high-level overview as a guideline for making the best of each Hyperledger project.

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