- Monax has joined the Hyperledger Project as a general member and in doing so managed to bring Ethereum technology into the project.
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Joining firms like IBM and Intel, Monax is re-licensing its blockchain client, which includes a built-to-specification Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM), to Apache 2.0 and proposing it to Hyperledger Technical Steering Committee (TSC) for incubation.
- Monax is the first company among Hyperledger’s 100+ members able to bring a custom implementation of cutting-edge Ethereum blockchain technology to the project.
- “Although a lot of big names have joined Hyperledger, cutting-edge startups like Monax have a great deal to contribute as well, both in terms of code and new ideas.
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Monax’s smart contracts implementation extends the classic Ricardian Contract triple of legal prose, parameters and computer code, with an approach known as “dual integration”.
Monax, the enterprise blockchain and smart contracts company, has succeeded where others failed. Monax has joined the Hyperledger Project as a general member and in doing so managed to bring Ethereum technology into the project. A concerted effort last year to bring the Ethereum C++ client within the
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