According to an announcement posted on official blog, a cross-blockchain project Hyperledger Fabric now supports Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM).
The announcement states:
“In the spirit of expanding choices, Hyperledger Fabric now supports Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) bytecode smart contracts.”
Thus, due to the implementation, blockchain developers now able to write smart contracts in Solidity or Vyper. Furthermore, with introducing a new smart contract runtime, Hyperledger “has a corresponding web3 provider which can be used to develop decentralized applications (DApps) using web3.js.”
Earlier in October, the central bank of Germany, Deutsche Bundesbank (BBk), and securities marketplace organizer Deutsche Boerse (DB) successfully completed the trial of a blockchain solution on the Hyperledger Fabric platform.
Hyperledger is an open source collaborative project created to advance cross-industry blockchain technologies. The goal of the initiative is to create an industry-wide network in which organizations will have free access to data from the distributed registry.
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