Earlier this year, the Hyperledger FireFly community released version 1.0, introducing the first open source Supernode. The community has followed that up with version 1.1, another major release that makes it possible for FireFly users to deploy multiple blockchain applications connecting to multiple chains, including leading public blockchains like Ethereum, Polygon, Avalanche, Optimism, BNB Chain, Arbitrum, Moonbeam, Fantom and more.
Today we are excited to let you know that Hyperledger FireFly version 1.1 is now available on Kaleido.
Hyperledger FireFly version 1.1 is built for a world where the enterprise needs to manage multiple use cases across both public and private chains and wants to operate those applications from a single console. Highlights of this new release include:
You can learn more about the Hyperledger FireFly project, including a full breakdown of each new feature, on the Hyperledger Foundation blog.
Hyperledger FireFly 1.0 introduced a complete stack to build and scale secure web3 applications. With this new release, Hyperledger FireFly is going a step further to meet the developer at the convergence of the public and private blockchain ecosystems.
In the coming weeks, we’ll be working to bring the click button simplicity of Kaleido to the entirety of Hyperledger FireFly's sophisticated new functionality. In the meantime, you can try out all the features in this new release by downloading the CLI from the FireFly Github.
If you have any questions, FireFly maintainers and contributors are standing by in the FireFly channel on the Hyperledger Discord to help.
Kaleido is your easy button for developing next era blockchain based business applications.