According to a report by Forbes, the Hyperledger consortium which works to bring blockchain to enterprises has accepted its first code that aims linking businesses directly to the Ethereum blockchain. Hyperledger Besu, as the open-source codebase is called, is similar to another existing Ethereum enterprise solution, called Pantheon, which was developed by ConsenSys, an Ethereum startup and which has been running since April 2019.
Meet Hyperledger Besu, First Ethereum Client Integration
The vote was passed unanimously after some serious debate to clarify whether or not Hyperledger was programmed to increase by adding new codebases or assemble into a more unified offering.
According to the report by Forbes, Hyperledger Besu and pantheon have some important difficulties. Since the approval by the Hyperledger Technical Steering Committee, the new Ethereum client will get support to train new users, certification of developers that work with high-stakes enterprises, and will be easily incorporated with already existing codebases, maybe easing the path to adoption by making sure that companies on potentially competing networks can work together.
According to Grace Hartley, a ConsenSys operation lead,
“Historically, we have seen more demand for the permissioned networks because of the different features enterprises don’t want to share…But we’re seeing now, and we think Hyperledger will be a part of this, that the mainnet compatibility will become more of a player for enterprise use cases.”
Altogether making a team of about 56 members consisting of 30 PegaSys team members and 20 other Brooklyn-based ConsenSys full-time employees, Besu was built by the set of co-workers acting as an independent startup. Other consortium members including JP Morgan engineering lead, Samer Marwah as well as Red Hat senior engineer,