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April 13, 2022

Introducing Hyperledger FireFly 1.0: The SuperNode for Enterprise Web3 Applications

Update
Since this post was written, Hyperledger FireFly has reached 1.0. Learn more here!

It’s no secret that building Web3 apps is hard. There are protocols to master, new constructs like tokens and smart contracts to understand, and then the challenge of integrating it all with existing systems, which may be the hardest part of all.

That’s why we worked with the Hyperledger Foundation to create Hyperledger FireFly, the first open-source SuperNode: a complete stack for enterprises to build and scale secure Web3 applications.

Today we are excited to let you know that Hyperledger FireFly version 1.0 is generally available and ready for production use!

Earlier today, Hyperledger hosted the Hyperledger FireFly 1.0 launch webinar, where two leads from major industry blockchain consortia, Kyle Culver, Director of Emerging Technologies at Humana and Co-founder of the Synaptic Health Alliance, as well as Patrick Schmid, Vice President of the Institutes RiskStream Collaborative joined us to discuss how Hyperledger FireFly helps enterprises:

  • Accelerate Development – build Web3 apps faster with a rich stack of native Web3, B2B, and integration services
  • Automate Deployment – deploy and manage many apps on the FireFly platform from a single console
  • Run at Scale – Connect to the multi-chain and multi-protocol Web3 world on a scalable, cloud-native platform built as microservices on Kubernetes

Hyperledger FireFly community lead Nicko Guyer also shared a live demo showing how easy it is to get up and running on FireFly.

Check out the full recording below: 

We also invite you to read the official Hyperledger announcement, check out the community, visit the GitHub, or chat with the team on Discord.

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