Hyperledger Adds 'Cello' Blockchain Deployment Tool to Its Arsenal

Hyperledger Adds 'Cello' Blockchain Deployment Tool to Its Arsenal

The Linux Foundation-led Hyperledger initiative has added a new blockchain deployment tool to its growing pool of projects. Dubbed ‘Cello’, the project is intended to establish a means for “creating, managing, and terminating blockchains”, Hyperledger said this week. Cello will ultimately come to serve as a support mechanism for other projects included under the Hyperledger umbrella, including Fabric, Iroha, and Sawtooth Lake, among others. Those behind the project say they hope it spurs partnerships with others working within the Hyperledger ecosystem. Baohua Yang, who first proposed....


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