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Dublin, Ireland | September 12-14, 2022
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Monday, September 12
 

07:30 IST

Registration & Badge Pick-up
Monday September 12, 2022 07:30 - 19:00 IST
Foyer, Level 1

08:55 IST

Hyperledger Global Forum 2022 Program Committee Welcome - Jyoti Ponnapalli, Bloqchain Solutions, DTCC & Vipin Bharathan, DLT.nyc
The Hyperledger Global Forum Program Committee helps shape the content that makes Hyperledger Global Forum a successful event. Hear from two members of our 2022 Program Committee, Jyoti Ponnapalli, Bloqchain Solutions & DTCC, and Vipin Bharathan, DLT.nyc on the process the PC took to get us here today and hear from these two leaders in our community about what they are most excited about over the next three days!

Speakers
avatar for Vipin Bharathan

Vipin Bharathan

Technical Strategist, DLT.nyc
Vipin Bharathan has experience as a developer in many different domains, including insurance, embedded systems programming, cryptography, payment systems, media, fx trading and debt capital markets. Vipin is currently working with the Digital Currency Global Initiative (DCGI), an... Read More →
avatar for Jyoti Ponnapalli

Jyoti Ponnapalli

Director - Blockchain/DLT Advisor | Technology Strategy, DTCC


Monday September 12, 2022 08:55 - 09:00 IST
Wicklow Hall 2A-B

09:00 IST

Keynote: Welcome & Opening Remarks - Daniela Barbosa, Executive Director, Hyperledger Foundation
Speakers
avatar for Daniela Barbosa

Daniela Barbosa

General Manager Blockchain, Healthcare and Identity at the Linux Foundation and Executive Director of Hyperledger Foundation, Linux Foundation
Daniela Barbosa serves as General Manager Blockchain, Healthcare and Identity at the Linux Foundation and as Executive Director of Hyperledger Foundation with overall strategic and operational responsibility for staff, programs, expansion and execution of Hyperledger’s mission... Read More →


Monday September 12, 2022 09:00 - 09:05 IST
Wicklow Hall 2A-B

09:05 IST

Keynote: The Evolution of Ireland's Blockchain Ecosystem - Lory Kehoe, Head of EMEA Market Operations, Coinbase; Founder, Advisory Board Member, Blockchain Ireland
Speakers
avatar for Lory Kehoe

Lory Kehoe

Head of EMEA Market Operations, Coinbase & Founder and Advisory Board Member, Blockchain Ireland


Monday September 12, 2022 09:05 - 09:10 IST
Wicklow Hall 2A-B

09:10 IST

Keynote: The Metaverse Continuum Creates a Defining Moment for Blockchain Leaders - Melanie Cutlan, Managing Director, Metaverse XR & Blockchain Lead, Accenture
The exponential pace of technology innovation is creating one of the most exciting periods of positive change and progress in history. The Metaverse, which is a continuum that stretches across all aspects of business, from consumer to worker and across the entire enterprise, is one of the five forces Accenture has identified that businesses must harness today to be the leaders of tomorrow.

As the future of the Internet advances, two important innovations are emerging: the Internet of Place—how to create and operate shared virtual spaces—and the Internet of Ownership—where blockchain and other technologies are creating unique verifiable digital identities for people and things, enabling everything from digital currencies to new products.

The momentum of the Metaverse is creating a defining moment for leaders in the blockchain space. In this keynote, Melanie will outline the changing expectations and opportunities ahead-more specifically how the Hyperledger community can build on its existing credibility and leadership position in Blockchain and replicate around Open Source and the Metaverse.

Speakers
avatar for Melanie Cutlan

Melanie Cutlan

Managing Director, Metaverse Technology Capabilities Lead, Accenture
Melanie is a Managing Director, Metaverse Technology Capabilities Lead at Accenture. As part of the Tech Innovation leadership team, she is also responsible for exploring and developing technologies focused on supply chain, supply chain finance & operations, including advising on... Read More →


Monday September 12, 2022 09:10 - 09:20 IST
Wicklow Hall 2A-B

09:20 IST

Keynote Panel: Blockchain in Action at Allianz, DTCC and Fujitsu - Bob Crozier, Allianz Technology; Rob Palatnick, DTCC; Christopher Pilling, Fujitsu; Csilla Zsigri, BTP
Enterprise blockchain deployments are delivering fundamental transformational benefits to some of the largest businesses in the world. In this session, panelists from three market leading companies, Allianz, DTCC and Fujitsu, will share their blockchain stories, including implementation details, technology choices, roadblocks and results.

Moderators
avatar for Csilla Zsigri

Csilla Zsigri

VP Strategy, BTP
Csilla is VP Strategy at BTP, an enterprise blockchain company. Previously, Csilla was a technology industry analyst at market research and advisory firm 451 Research - now part of S&P Global Market Intelligence - covering the enterprise blockchain space, among other areas. Csilla... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Christopher Pilling

Christopher Pilling

Principal Consultant, Fujitsu
avatar for Rob Palatnick

Rob Palatnick

Managing Director - Global Head of Technology Research and Innovation, DTCC
Robert Palatnick is Managing Director - Global Head of Technology Research and Innovation at DTCC, where he has responsibility for the global IT strategy, architecture, standards and engineering design of the systems and applications that support the firm’s broad range of products... Read More →
avatar for Bob Crozier

Bob Crozier

Chief Architect, Head of Enterprise Architecture, Head of Global Blockchain, Allianz Technology
Bob is Chief Architect and Head of Enterprise Architecture at Allianz Technology linking company strategy to the design of business and IT systems enabling close alignment of emerging technologies with the existing business. This includes initiatives and applications that affect all... Read More →


Monday September 12, 2022 09:20 - 09:45 IST
Wicklow Hall 2A-B

09:45 IST

Keynote Panel: The CBDC Journey: Research, Live Deployments, and Policy Considerations - Nicolas de Labarre, Banque De France; Mai Santamaria, Department of Finance, Ireland; Sarah Palurovic, Digital Euro Association
Over the last several years, central banks around the world have been ramping up central bank digital currency (CBDC) research, experimentations, and pilot projects. These banks are seeking to define new currency models that bring innovation to a national financial system. This keynote panel will bring a unique perspective from leaders in government who are actively exploring and testing how CBDCs can help with financial inclusion, emergency relief, a more efficient financial system, and more.

Speakers
avatar for Sarah Palurovic

Sarah Palurovic

Executive Director, Digital Euro Association
avatar for Nicolas de Labarre

Nicolas de Labarre

Head of Service INSPIR - Innovation and Product Support for European Market Infrastructures, Banque De France
avatar for Mai Santamaria

Mai Santamaria

Head of Financial Advisory Team, Department of Finance, Ireland


Monday September 12, 2022 09:45 - 10:15 IST
Wicklow Hall 2A-B

10:20 IST

Keynote: Technical Steering Committee Update - Tracy Kuhrt, TSC Chair; Associate Director, Metaverse and Blockchain Architecture, Accenture
Speakers
avatar for Tracy Kuhrt

Tracy Kuhrt

Hyperledger TSC Chair; Associate Director, Metaverse Continuum Architecture at Accenture, Accenture
Tracy Kuhrt is a Technology Architect within Accenture’s Metaverse Continuum business group with 20+ years of experience covering the entire software development lifecycle. Tracy has been involved in the blockchain space since 2015, with a focus on Hyperledger. At Accenture, besides... Read More →



Monday September 12, 2022 10:20 - 10:30 IST
Wicklow Hall 2A-B
  Keynote Sessions
  • Slides Attached Yes

10:30 IST

Coffee Break
Monday September 12, 2022 10:30 - 11:15 IST
Sponsor Showcase, Level 3

10:30 IST

Community Fair
In order to help attendees find the right people to connect with, we’ll be setting up a Community Fair in the Sponsor Showcase. The Community Fair will have a series of table tops manned by people from different parts of the Hyperledger community who are interested in meeting and talking with attendees. This will include people from our Special Interest Groups who are implementing Hyperledger projects in a range of different industries, people from our Regional Communities who are traveling in from all over the world, and people from our Working Groups who are exploring technical questions about distributed ledgers.

Learn more here!

Monday September 12, 2022 10:30 - 11:15 IST
Sponsor Showcase, Level 3

10:30 IST

Sponsor Showcase
Visit with sponsors, connect with attendees, and enjoy snacks and refreshments throughout the day!

Monday September 12, 2022 10:30 - 19:00 IST
Sponsor Showcase, Level 3

11:15 IST

Demo: Aries ACA-Py Controllers: One Agent, Three Web Stacks - Akiff Manji, Petri Dish Development
Aries agents are designed to perform specific functions that are agnostic and separate from the application business logic of Aries-based SSI solutions. Business logic is instead meant to be placed in controllers that interface with agents. This talk will demonstrate how easy it is to deploy controllers that run on top of an Aries cloud agent built with ACA-Py. Akiff will deploy controllers in three different web frameworks (C#, Node.js and Angular) that can talk with each other and allow for differing and customizable use-cases.

Speakers
avatar for Akiff Manji

Akiff Manji

Software Developer, Petri Dish Development
I'm a software developer at Petri Dish Development, located in Vancouver, BC. We design, develop and deploy full-stack web solutions that focus on empowering Self-Sovereign Identity (SSI). I currently work closely with the Province of British Columbia's Digital Trust Services (DTS... Read More →


Monday September 12, 2022 11:15 - 11:30 IST
Wicklow Meeting Room 3
  Demo Theater

11:15 IST

Token Economies: Moving Beyond NFTs - Michael Klein, Accenture
The world is a buzz about NFTs with every media publication, startup, and technology executive claiming NFTs are the ‘next big thing’. However, non-fungible tokens are only half the picture, and overlook the full range of tokenization options available to transform the way we work and live. “Token economies” encompasses the true potential to unlock new forms of value transfer never before available in the digital world. What makes tokens different than traditional forms of value transfer? When should I use a fungible token vs a non-fungible token? Why does this truly matter to my business? Grounded in the Global Blockchain Business Council’s Token Taxonomy Framework, we will attempt to answer these questions to separate NFT hype from token reality.

Speakers
avatar for Michael Klein

Michael Klein

Global Lead Blockchain & Multiparty Systems Architecture, Accenture
Michael Klein leads the Blockchain & Multiparty Systems Architecture practice within Accenture’s Technology Incubation Group where he is responsible for guiding organizations in their journey to collaborate and build new business models upon innovative technology, such as blockchain... Read More →



Monday September 12, 2022 11:15 - 11:55 IST
EcoCem Room
  Business

11:15 IST

Developing Enterprise Blockchain Applications with Hyperledger Fabric - Andrew Coleman, IBM
With the increasing adoption of blockchain across industries such as finance, healthcare and supply chain, enterprise architects and developers are creating or adapting client applications to interact with these distributed ledgers. The challenge is making these technologies usable without the developer having to be an expert in crypto and the complex transaction endorsement requirements around blockchain. The latest v2.4 release of Hyperledger Fabric adds a new component to radically simplify the life of client application developers. By embedding the ‘gateway’ programming model directly into the Fabric peers and creating a new set of lightweight SDKs, the creation of client applications has become easier than ever. This session will teach the developer how to connect their applications to a Fabric network and invoke transactions to modify and query the ledger state.

Speakers
avatar for Andrew Coleman

Andrew Coleman

Maintainer, Hyperledger Fabric, IBM
Andrew Coleman is a senior software engineer at IBM and has been a key contributor to Hyperledger blockchain projects for 5 years. He led the design and development of the Hyperledger Fabric programming model and the new Gateway component in core Fabric. He is a maintainer of Fabric... Read More →



Monday September 12, 2022 11:15 - 11:55 IST
Wicklow Meeting Room 1
  Technical

11:15 IST

Hyperledger Iroha: Enabling CBDC and FinTech Use Cases - Makoto Takemiya, Soramitsu
This is a technical talk discussing in detail the architecture of Hyperledger Iroha and how Iroha is designed to enable CBDC and FinTech use cases. First, notable use cases of Hyperledger Iroha in the Bakong CBDC in Cambodia, as well as numerous proofs-of-concept are used as examples of what Iroha is capable of. Next, the architecture of Hyperledger Iroha v2 is explained. Finally, a quick explanation of how to build apps that use Hyperledger Iroha v2 is presented, showcasing how Hyperledger Iroha can make it possible to create a wide variety of FinTech and payments use cases, from CBDCs to DeFi. This presentation will be aimed at beginners who know nothing about Hyperledger Iroha, but many details will be explained, down to the source code level, with the goal of imparting concrete and actionable knowledge about getting started with Hyperledger Iroha v2.

Speakers
avatar for Makoto Takemiya

Makoto Takemiya

CEO, SORAMITSU
Makoto Takemiya is the founder and Group CEO of SORAMITSU, a fintech company specializing in blockchain technology. He is a computer scientist, passionate about solving financial inefficiencies in the world and improving the everyday lives of people. At SORAMITSU he has contributed... Read More →



Monday September 12, 2022 11:15 - 11:55 IST
Wicklow Hall 2B
  Technical

11:15 IST

Latest Technology Adoption Trends in Enterprise Blockchain Projects - Jim Zhang, Kaleido & Tracy Kuhrt, Accenture
This talk presents new directions we see clients of enterprise DLTs are taking, including using token bridges to connect the permissioned sidechains with the Web3 world, Enterprise DAOs (decentralized autonomous organizations), the need for sophisticated MPC based wallets, and increased adoption of the tokens programming model.

Speakers
avatar for Jim Zhang

Jim Zhang

Co-Founder and Head of Protocol, Kaleido
Jim Zhang is a co-founder of Kaleido, an active member of the Ethereum Enterprise Alliance Quorum Workgroup and has contributed to the Quorum open source project code base. Jim is also a maintainer of the Hyperledger Fabric project, responsible for the node.js SDK and node.js chaincode... Read More →
avatar for Tracy Kuhrt

Tracy Kuhrt

Hyperledger TSC Chair; Associate Director, Metaverse Continuum Architecture at Accenture, Accenture
Tracy Kuhrt is a Technology Architect within Accenture’s Metaverse Continuum business group with 20+ years of experience covering the entire software development lifecycle. Tracy has been involved in the blockchain space since 2015, with a focus on Hyperledger. At Accenture, besides... Read More →



Monday September 12, 2022 11:15 - 11:55 IST
Wicklow Hall 2A
  Technical

11:15 IST

Solving the Internet of Things (IoT) Security Challenges with Self-sovereign Identity - Anatoli Pechkov, DSR Corporation
Confidentiality is essential. With the continued market growth, IoT faces a number of challenges around security and privacy of devices and services.

In this session, DSR combines its extensive experience in SSI with over a decade working in the IoT to present use cases of how SSI can be utilized to keep IoT systems secure, while preserving privacy.

Speakers
avatar for Anatoli Pechkov

Anatoli Pechkov

Founder and CEO, DSR Corporation
Anatoli Pechkov is the founder and CEO of DSR. He holds a Master's degree in Theoretical Mechanics and has managed software development teams for over 20 years as Principal Architect, CTO, and CEO. DSR has been working in the blockchain and Self-Sovereign Identity (SSI) space for... Read More →



Monday September 12, 2022 11:15 - 11:55 IST
Wicklow Hall 1
  Technical

11:40 IST

Demo: Aries Bifold, Batteries Included - Akiff Manji, Petri Dish Development Inc. & Clecio Varjao, Province of British Columbia
Aries Bifold is an open-source, community-driven mobile wallet for the verifiable credential (VC) ecosystem. In the first half of this talk, Akiff will showcase work that has been accomplished over the last year on the project and demonstrate key features of the wallet such as receiving and storing VCs, using VCs to prove identity and peer-to-peer messaging with other Aries agents. In the second half of the talk, Clecio will demonstrate how Bifold has been leveraged as a framework by the Province of British Columbia to create a wallet specifically for BC, how the same approach is used by other provinces within Canada and how you can also configure your own version of the wallet. The talk will end with planned future improvements and features, something you definitely will not want to miss.

Speakers
avatar for Clecio Varjao

Clecio Varjao

Product Owner, Province of British Columbia
Clecio is a software developer and product manager on the Digital Identity and Trust Technology Services (DITTS) team for the Province of British Columbia’s Citizen Services. Clecio is currently an active contributor to the Aries Bifold project and is involved in Self-Sovereign... Read More →
avatar for Akiff Manji

Akiff Manji

Software Developer, Petri Dish Development
I'm a software developer at Petri Dish Development, located in Vancouver, BC. We design, develop and deploy full-stack web solutions that focus on empowering Self-Sovereign Identity (SSI). I currently work closely with the Province of British Columbia's Digital Trust Services (DTS... Read More →


Monday September 12, 2022 11:40 - 11:55 IST
Wicklow Meeting Room 3

12:05 IST

Demo: DIDIoT – A Decentralized Identity Framework for Internet of Things - Antonio Mateus, CPQD
The IoT has become a reality in our daily lives. Its applications range from simple temperature sensors to the communication of cars on a highway. Indeed, the devices now are in charge of collect and store sensible data from their owners, which makes them a target for hackers. However, securing the data in IoT environments is challenging due factors such as heterogeneity and device limitation. With this in mind, we from CPQD developed the DIDIoT, which consists in a decentralized identity framework for Internet of things. The DIDIoT applies the paradigm of decentralized identity and verifiable credentials to provide an additional security/privacy layer for the devices communication. The DIDIoT was implemented using the Hyperledger Aries framework. Our testbed tests shows that we can successfully enhance devices security by using the didcomm over the MQTT protocol to secure messages.

Speakers
avatar for Antonio Mateus

Antonio Mateus

Technical Research Leader, CPQD
Mateus holds a master's degree in computer science and is currently a Phd student at Federal University of Bahia, Salvador - Brazil. He is also a technical research leader at CPQD, where he works on decentralized identity projects ranging from mobile wallets to identity application... Read More →


Monday September 12, 2022 12:05 - 12:20 IST
Wicklow Meeting Room 3
  Demo Theater

12:05 IST

Panel Discussion: Carbon Accounting Digital Trust Pilot With Hyperledger Indy/Aries - Nancy Norris, Government of British Columbia; David Boswell, Hyperledger Foundation & Kyle Robinson, Mines Digital Trust
This session will profile the Energy & Mines Digital Trust pilot project — an initiative from the British Columbia (B.C.) government — that is utilizing Hyperledger Indy and Hyperledger Aries to create a digital ecosystem that will allow mining and natural gas operators to provide verifiable proof of their carbon emissions and sustainability efforts. In partnership with multiple stakeholders, this initiative focuses on developing core digital infrastructure, based on self-sovereign identities and digital credentials, to offer better ways to exchange information between government regulators, corporations, auditors, and non-governmental organizations.

Speakers
avatar for David Boswell

David Boswell

Senior Director of Community Architecture, Hyperledger
David is the Senior Director of Community Architecture for Hyperledger.  David is a community expert who has also worked with Mozilla, Open Networking Foundation, NASA, Sun Microsystems, Nokia and more on their community strategies. Through these past experiences, he has expertise... Read More →
avatar for Kyle Robinson

Kyle Robinson

Senior Strategic Advisor, Briartech Consulting Inc.
Kyle Robinson is an independent consultant working as the Senior Strategic Advisor for the Energy & Mines Digital Trust project with Telus and the Government of British Columbia. Kyle has over 20 years of experience in the information technology business as a developer, business analyst... Read More →
avatar for Nancy Norris

Nancy Norris

Senior Director of ESG & Digital Trust, Ministry for Energy, Mines and Low Carbon Innovation of the Government of British Columbia
Nancy Norris is the Senior Director of ESG & Digital Trust in the Ministry for Energy, Mines and Low Carbon Innovation for the Government of British Columbia, Canada’s western-most province. Nancy has over 10 years of experience in strategic policy roles in the energy and mining... Read More →



Monday September 12, 2022 12:05 - 12:45 IST
Wicklow Hall 1
  Business

12:05 IST

Exploring the Path of Legitimate NFTs in China - Yifan He, Red Date Technology
Yifan will introduce BSN and BSN Distributed Digital Certificate (BSN-DDC) Network. He will give an informative speech about the NFT market in China, and the future of the blockchain industry. “NFT/DDC technology is a digital certification and distributed database technology that can be applied in any scenario where digital proof is required. We anticipate billions of DDCs issued annually in China in the future. The biggest market for DDCs lies in certificate and account management for all types of businesses”, said Yifan He, CEO of Red Date Technology and Executive Director of BSN Development Association. In China, the BSN-DDC Network offers the most diverse, transparent, credible, sustainable, and reliable environment for DDC-related business platforms to mint and manage their DDCs. Unlike existing NFTs deployed on private chains controlled by one entity, or other available options in China, the BSN-DDC Network is a public infrastructure that employs a multi-party governance model to ensure the decentralization, transparency, and authenticity of the network.

Speakers
avatar for Yifan He

Yifan He

CEO, Red Date Technology
Yifan He, the founder and CEO of Red Date Tech which is the architect firm behind BSN, is a serial entrepreneur and investor. Mr. He founded his first internet company when he was in college in 1998 in the U.S. and spent more than 10 years in private equity and finance in China. Mr... Read More →


Monday September 12, 2022 12:05 - 12:45 IST
EcoCem Room
  Technical

12:05 IST

Fabric Private Chaincode - Enhancing Privacy in Hyperledger Fabric with Confidential Computing - Marcus Brandenburger, IBM Research - Zurich
Fabric Private Chaincode (FPC) is a security feature for Hyperledger Fabric that leverages modern Confidential Computing technology to protect the integrity and confidentiality of Smart Contracts and their data. In this presentation we will cover what Fabric Private Chaincode is and how it can be used to implement privacy-sensitive use cases for Hyperledger Fabric. The goal of this session is to educate developers with all necessary background to adopt FPC for their projects. In addition to existing C++ Chaincode support, we will highlight recent project updates, in particular, the new support for Go-Chaincode and the integration with the Fabric Smart Client. We begin with an introduction of FPC, explaining the basic FPC architecture, security properties, and hardware requirements. Moreover, we will cover the FPC Chaincode API, and the application integration using the FPC Client SDK. Additionally, we will demonstrate how the Fabric Smart Client framework can be used with FPC to develop and test complex privacy-sensitive applications. We conclude this session with a Q/A discussion.

Speakers
avatar for Marcus Brandenburger

Marcus Brandenburger

Research Staff Memeber, IBM Research - Zurich
Marcus is a researcher at the IBM Research Lab in Zurich, Switzerland working in the area of Blockchain Security and Applications. His research is focused on secure distributed systems using Confidential Computing. Marcus holds a PhD in Computer Science from TU Braunschweig, Germany... Read More →


Monday September 12, 2022 12:05 - 12:45 IST
Wicklow Meeting Room 1

12:05 IST

Solving Market Problems With Open Source Verifiable Credentials - Heather Dahl, Indicio & Mike Vesey, IdRamp
Open source development is now widely seen as the most effective and efficient way to create innovative, interoperable, and scalable technologies, especially in decentralized identity; but how is this working in practice? How do open source projects accelerate/amplify commercial solutions? How does a company make open source work its magic? In this session, we’ll examine the journey from customer problem to proof-of-concept to real-world implementation, and we’ll show how defining the problem (and not chasing the tech) is the key to building a successful solution that can scale.

Speakers
avatar for Heather Dahl

Heather Dahl

CEO, Indicio
Heather is CEO of Indicio, the market leader in developing Trusted Digital Ecosystems, providing companies with the software and infrastructure needed to authenticate and exchange high-value information and develop trusted, secure relationships. Under her leadership, Indicio launched... Read More →
avatar for Mike Vesey

Mike Vesey

CEO, IdRamp
Mike has created several companies that provide transformational digital solutions for the global enterprise. He has developed award-winning products in unified communications, service operations, security, identity, and data management. Mike has deployed complex identity integrations... Read More →


Monday September 12, 2022 12:05 - 12:45 IST
Wicklow Hall 2A

12:05 IST

Towards a Scalable, Privacy-Preserving, and Regulatable CBDC Framework - Mark Rakhmilevich, Oracle
Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) has gained momentum across the world. We’ll review some of the important work being done across banks in Asia, Africa, Europe, and the US and discuss the most critical questions being raised about public/private roles, scalability, privacy and regulatability. This session will discuss potential answers and models being proposed to create a balanced system that maximizes monetary stability, convenience, and scalability, while balancing privacy with the requirements for regulation and accountability.

Speakers
avatar for Mark Rakhmilevich

Mark Rakhmilevich

Senior Director, Blockchain Product Management, Oracle
Mark Rakhmilevich is Senior Director of Blockchain Product Management at Oracle and is responsible for Blockchain Technologies strategy and products. As part of Product Development organization he guides the evolution of Oracle Blockchain Platform and related web3 technologies in... Read More →



Monday September 12, 2022 12:05 - 12:45 IST
Wicklow Hall 2B

12:30 IST

Demo: Edge Data Management - Kishore Thamilvanan, BONbLOC Inc.
Edge Data Management enables you to connect, collect, track and analyze your cold chain shipments at a network and node level. You can capture various edge data such as temperature, fluid level, sound, etc. to enable full visibility. Alerts are produced when edge data is out of the measurement range.

Speakers
avatar for Kishore Thamilvanan

Kishore Thamilvanan

Product Lead, BONbLOC Inc.
Kishore Thamilvanan is a Product Lead for BONbLOC Inc. He has aided BONbLOC in developing applications to track, trace, and reconcile cold chain shipments using Blockchain and IoT.


Monday September 12, 2022 12:30 - 12:45 IST
Wicklow Meeting Room 3
  Demo Theater
  • Slides Attached Yes

12:45 IST

Lunch
Monday September 12, 2022 12:45 - 14:15 IST
Sponsor Showcase, Level 3

13:00 IST

Community Fair
In order to help attendees find the right people to connect with, we’ll be setting up a Community Fair in the Sponsor Showcase. The Community Fair will have a series of table tops manned by people from different parts of the Hyperledger community who are interested in meeting and talking with attendees. This will include people from our Special Interest Groups who are implementing Hyperledger projects in a range of different industries, people from our Regional Communities who are traveling in from all over the world, and people from our Working Groups who are exploring technical questions about distributed ledgers.

Learn more here!

Monday September 12, 2022 13:00 - 14:00 IST
Sponsor Showcase, Level 3

13:00 IST

Hyperledger Foundation Team Office Hours
Meet with the Hyperledger Foundation staff to ask questions, learn about the wiki, or find new ways to be involved.

Monday September 12, 2022 13:00 - 14:00 IST
Sponsor Showcase, Level 3

14:15 IST

Demo: Low-Code Development Tooling For FT & NFT Applications on Hyperledger Fabric - Mark Rakhmilevich & Gourav Sarkar, Oracle
Without native Fabric token support, developing an application with fungible and non-fungible tokens involves high complexity and requires specialized expertise to build the complete token life cycle with Hyperledger Fabric chaincodes. Using low-code Blockchain App Builder tool created by Oracle for its blockchain platform, this demo will show how developers, consultants and business users can rapidly create production-ready fungible and non-fungible token chaincodes with built-in security. The low code approach for token chaincodes simplifies development & maintenance and expedites the adoption of tokenization due to low development cost and faster time-to-market for any application release. You will see how this tool uses simple json or yaml templates to specify token anatomy, tailor token behaviors and related properties, add custom properties and methods if needed. We'll then show the auto-generation in TypeScript or Go of core methods required to support behaviors and properties, and additional wrapper functions for full token lifecycle for FTs and NFTs. The generated chaincodes can be deployed locally or to remote blockchain nodes and invoked through REST APIs.

Speakers
avatar for Mark Rakhmilevich

Mark Rakhmilevich

Senior Director, Blockchain Product Management, Oracle
Mark Rakhmilevich is Senior Director of Blockchain Product Management at Oracle and is responsible for Blockchain Technologies strategy and products. As part of Product Development organization he guides the evolution of Oracle Blockchain Platform and related web3 technologies in... Read More →
avatar for Gourav Sarkar

Gourav Sarkar

Blockchain Product Manager, Oracle
Gourav is a seasoned Product Management Leader working in Oracle for Blockchain Platform product management. His distinguished career spans 17 years with a proven track record of driving innovations through different Software as a Service and Platform as a Service products. Gourav... Read More →



Monday September 12, 2022 14:15 - 14:30 IST
Wicklow Meeting Room 3
  Demo Theater

14:15 IST

Building de-centralized Blockchain Applications with Amazon Managed Blockchain - Charles Okochu, Amazon Web Services
Building enterprise blockchain applications on your own infrastructure is often expensive, complicated, and time-consuming. Amazon Managed Blockchain makes it easy to build scalable blockchain applications by eliminating the need to set up and manage infrastructure, allowing you to focus on writing applications for your business. In this session, we’ll cover the capabilities and use cases of Amazon Managed Blockchain for both Hyperledger Fabric and Ethereum, and discuss customer stories across areas including NFT, decentralized finance (DeFi), financial services, public sector, and more.

Speakers
avatar for Charles Okochu

Charles Okochu

Snr Business Development Manager, Amazon Managed Blockchain Service, Amazon Web Services
Charles Okochu is the Senior Business Development Manager at Amazon Web Services (AWS) where he leads the Go-to-Market strategy and business development for the Amazon Managed Blockchain and Amazon Quantum Ledger Database (QLDB) services world-wide. He is a seasoned IT Executive based... Read More →


Monday September 12, 2022 14:15 - 14:55 IST
EcoCem Room

14:15 IST

Governance and Audit of Blockchain Networks - Scott Perry, Schellman
While blockchain technology creates strong cryptographic controls securing the integrity of data, successful, cooperative blockchain networks must establish trust between a variety of independent entities to create overall trust. In this presentation, Scott Perry will discuss how trust is created in at the blockchain layer of a Web 3.0 architecture stack that add trust within interoperable parties and reliance on external blockchains. As a Steering Committee member of the Trust Over IP Foundation, a Principal at Schellman leading a Crypto and Digital Trust practice and author of the first robust trust assurance model for blockchains, he will discuss how all blockchains networks can add accountability within stakeholder roles to ensure that blockchains are trustworthy above the embedded cryptographic trust assertions. The target of this presentation is leaders and participants in industry who are seeking greater acceptance and assurance in the trustworthiness of their network. Come learn which role systems auditors, cybersecurity professionals, and risk management experts will have to play to ensure trust must be built and maintained when adopting such cutting-edge technologies.

Speakers
avatar for Scott Perry

Scott Perry

Principal, Crypto and Digital Trust Services, Schellman, Schellman
Scott Perry is a Principal at Schellman where he heads up its Crypto and Digital Trust Services practice. Prior to joining Schellman in 2022, Scott owned and operated his own firm specializing in cybersecurity consulting audits and governance, GRC implementation, digital identity... Read More →



Monday September 12, 2022 14:15 - 14:55 IST
Wicklow Hall 2A
  Business

14:15 IST

Securing Hyperledger Besu on Ethereum Mainnet - Jyoti Ponnapalli, DTCC
Jyoti will be presenting the key risk and security considerations for deploying Hyperledger Besu on Ethereum Mainnet. She will be presenting the research conducted on security assessment of the platform, configuration guidelines and findings that contribute towards secure deployment.

Speakers
avatar for Jyoti Ponnapalli

Jyoti Ponnapalli

Director - Blockchain/DLT Advisor | Technology Strategy, DTCC



Monday September 12, 2022 14:15 - 14:55 IST
Wicklow Meeting Room 1
  Business

14:15 IST

Autonomous Risk Management of DeFi - Vipin Bharathan, dlt.nyc
DeFi has seen rapid development. With this rapid development comes reports of spectacular heists, scams and hacks. Rapid development and great returns come with risks. Without risk, there is no reward. The broader financial system has been dealing with this phenomenon for centuries, mostly through the practice of Risk Management.

This talk answers the question "Can such Risk management practices be adopted to DeFi?" Our answer is yes. We propose a framework and suggestions for a solution fusing familiar risk management proposals.

These include ways to deal with the vast amount of data, Value at Risk Methods (including governance risk), trading risk methods integrated and extended to the DeFi world through automated risk monitoring and mitigation. The surfacing of these risks and integration into trading systems on the edge (aka wallets) with a transparent scoring mechanism will result in wider acceptance of DeFi.
Drawing parallels with structures in Finance; the hacks that have happened, ideas for infrastructure, automation of scoring, division between the edge and the core and integration of such techniques into the trading and risk management of Web3:Yield Farms, DEXes, NTFs ...

Speakers
avatar for Vipin Bharathan

Vipin Bharathan

Technical Strategist, DLT.nyc
Vipin Bharathan has experience as a developer in many different domains, including insurance, embedded systems programming, cryptography, payment systems, media, fx trading and debt capital markets. Vipin is currently working with the Digital Currency Global Initiative (DCGI), an... Read More →


Monday September 12, 2022 14:15 - 14:55 IST
Wicklow Hall 1

14:15 IST

Design Patterns to Practically Scale Blockchain Networks - Deepika Karanji & Arun S M, Walmart Global Tech India
Blockchain technology has gained mass attention but mass adoption is still a distant future because it is yet to address scalability and user experience issues. The 3 pillars of blockchain - Security, Decentralization and Scalability seem to constantly strive to co-exist but struggle to live in harmony. Scalability and Decentralization are often held back by security, security tends to be compromised by any shifts on a network that offer scalability. Some platforms claim a higher transaction throughput, but compromise on decentralization. Finding a balance between the three is difficult and presents a problem referred to as the Blockchain Trilemma. Few projects propose developing their own blockchains, neglecting the massive developer community and ecosystem that already exists. If there is going to be any sort of mass adoption, scalability is critical. Lately, there have been solutions in Layer 2 space that use innovative and practical design patterns to tackle the trilemma. Popular design patterns like state channels, side chains, optimistic rollups and zero-knowledge rollups have been proven to improve transaction speeds without compromising on security and decentralization.

Speakers
avatar for Arun S M

Arun S M

Staff Software Engineer, Walmart Global Tech India
Arun is Staff Software Engineer in the Blockchain Platforms Team at Walmart (Bangalore, India). He is a maintainer and an active contributor to the Hyperledger projects. He is 2021-22 elected Hyperledger TSC (Technical Steering Committee) member and co-lead of the Hyperledger India... Read More →
avatar for Deepika Karanji

Deepika Karanji

Software Development Engineer II, Walmart Global Technology Services
Deepika is a Software Development Engineer II in the Fulfillment Management System Team at Walmart (Bangalore, India). She takes pride in writing about blockchain technology. What helped her is the ability to break down the complex topic into easy to understand bytes of information... Read More →


Monday September 12, 2022 14:15 - 14:55 IST
Wicklow Hall 2B

14:40 IST

Demo: Infrastructure for Managing, Sharing, and Utilizing Sensitive Data using Hyperledger Fabric Private Chaincode Running on Microsoft Azure - Koshi Ikegawa, Hitachi, Ltd.
In the World Economic Forum 2019, Data Free Flow with Trust (DFFT) was advocated. Especially for some domains such as medical institutions and governments, where privacy protection is essential, it must handle sensitive data such as healthcare data and personal information. Distributed ledger technologies such as Hyperledger Fabric make it possible to share data among multiple organizations with trust. However, it is not suitable for sensitive data because the distributed ledger discloses stored data to all organizations. Hyperledger Fabric has implemented features such as Channel and Private Data Collection to handle sensitive data. In addition, Hyperledger Fabric Private Chaincode allows transactions and data to be executed in a confidential manner by running chaincode on a Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) which is a CPU security feature. However, it requires a special machine with TEE. At the beginning of this presentation, Koshi will introduce OSS distributed ledger technologies, starting with Hyperledger Fabric Private Chaincode. Next, Koshi will introduce one of their use cases and show how to run Fabric Private Chaincode on Microsoft Azure.

Speakers
avatar for Koshi Ikegawa

Koshi Ikegawa

Associate Researcher, Hitachi, Ltd.
He joined Hitachi, Ltd. as a researcher in April 2019 and is researching and developing blockchain applications. He received a master's degree in engineering at the University of Tsukuba, Japan in 2019. He began contributing to the Hyperledger Projects in 2020.



Monday September 12, 2022 14:40 - 14:55 IST
Wicklow Meeting Room 3
  Demo Theater

15:05 IST

Demo: Making Fabric Easy To Use: FireFly FabConnect - Jim Zhang, Kaleido
This talk covers the latest efforts in making Fabric easier to interact with from client applications. FireFly FabConnect is a standalone microservice that provides a RESTful gateway to cover all the needs of a client application to interact with a Fabric network, including registering, enrolling, modifying and re-enrolling identities against a Fabric CA backend, submitting transactions, sending queries, requesting network information such as channel configuration, chain info, etc. It also provides an event stream that can reliably deliver events via websocket connections or webhook endpoints.

Speakers
avatar for Jim Zhang

Jim Zhang

Co-Founder and Head of Protocol, Kaleido
Jim Zhang is a co-founder of Kaleido, an active member of the Ethereum Enterprise Alliance Quorum Workgroup and has contributed to the Quorum open source project code base. Jim is also a maintainer of the Hyperledger Fabric project, responsible for the node.js SDK and node.js chaincode... Read More →


Monday September 12, 2022 15:05 - 15:20 IST
Wicklow Meeting Room 3

15:05 IST

The Brazilian Blockchain Infrastructure: A Government Initiative to Support Public-interest Services - Fernando Marino & Jose Reynaldo Formigoni Filho, CPQD Foundation
Since the beginning of 2020, the National Economic Development Bank of Brazil (BNDES) has coordinated the initiative to implement a nationwide blockchain network infrastructure to support public-interest services, which uses the DLT Hyperledger Besu. In the proposed presentation, the current state of implementation will be presented and the respective challenges encountered, who are the participants on the network, as well as the governance structure that it has been developed.

Speakers
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Reynaldo Formigoni

Blockchain Solution Manager, CPQD Foundation
My current position is Blockchain Solution Manager at CPqD Foundation - a Brazilian Company focused on technological innovation of ICT area. I am in charge of developing the blockchain ecosystem, including technology, business and regulatory affairs. In addition to that, I am also... Read More →
avatar for Fernando Marino

Fernando Marino

Blockchain Product Manager, CPQD Foundation
Graduated in 2014 in Information System from Metrocamp. In 2020 I did the "Blockchain Technologies: Business Innovation and Application" specialization from the MIT Sloan School of Management. I joined CPQD in 2014, working as a systems analyst and researcher in different projects... Read More →


Monday September 12, 2022 15:05 - 15:45 IST
Wicklow Hall 2A

15:05 IST

Evaluating Hyperledger URSA for Production Deployments - Pierre Roberge, Digital Identity Laboratory of Canada & Hart Montgomery, The Linux Foundation
With decentralized identity and tools maturing, many organizations are moving their focus from proof-of-concept (PoC) to mission critical systems dependent upon decentralized identity technologies. Several leading Canadian public and private organizations, using a “trust but verify” philosophy, required an independent cybersecurity review of the URSA library. Hyperledger URSA is a shared cryptographic library used to avoid duplicating other cryptographic work and increases security. It is an opt-in repository for Hyperledger and non Hyperledger projects to place and use crypto. Project sponsors, several Canadian public sector entities and Interac, recognise that end users rely on strong security to deliver high levels of assurance required of important consumer transactions with their governments and their financial institutions. Many of the world’s leading advancements in decentralized identity, several originating in Canada, rely on the Hyperledger family of technologies. The URSA library is a key component, depended upon to provide the security overlay for decentralized identity. Come join Pierre Roberge and Hart Montgomery to hear about the URSA review and its outcomes!

Speakers
avatar for Pierre Roberge

Pierre Roberge

Co-founder and General Manager, Digital Identity Laboratory of Canada
Pierre A. Roberge is co-founder and General Manager of the Digital Identity Laboratory of Canada. Pierre has over 25 years of expertise and experience in digital transformation in different fields such as digital identity, integrated privacy protection, electronic payment, banking... Read More →
avatar for Hart Montgomery

Hart Montgomery

CTO, Hyperledger Foundation
Hart has extensive experience in blockchain and cryptography, and previously worked in blockchain and cryptography research at Fujitsu Research where he helped lead Fujitsu’s efforts in Hyperledger. Prior to Fujitsu, Hart received a Ph.D. in cryptography at Stanford under Dan Boneh... Read More →



Monday September 12, 2022 15:05 - 15:45 IST
Wicklow Meeting Room 1
  Technical

15:05 IST

Why You Shouldn’t Just Trust Your Blockchain – And Apply Critical System Design - Imre Kocsis, Budapest University of Technology and Economics
The elevator pitch for distributed ledgers is very powerful: they provide highly fault- and attack-tolerant databases with very high integrity. In reality, they don't. But they may, and with high confidence, if the lessons and techniques of critical system design are applied - there's just still no free lunch. Presented by Imre Kocsis, a researcher at the Fault-Tolerant Systems Research Group at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, the talk showcases how various internal faults may propagate through a Hyperledger Fabric network and have unacceptable consequences at the application level - and how error propagations can be reasoned about (tooling showcased) and even caught in their tracks by applying classic fault tolerance techniques (such as diversification of chaincode implementations, rollbacks and the like). Chaincode faults - i.e., smart contract bugs - receive special attention in the talk. Copying the example of swcregistry.io for Solidity, we began to assemble a registry for Fabric chaincode weaknesses and created tooling for code weakness detection - and injection, to be able to assess the effects of various types of programming errors.

Speakers
avatar for Imre Kocsis

Imre Kocsis

assistant professor, Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Imre Kocsis is an assistant professor at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME), Budapest, Hungary. His research focus areas are the resilience and performance of consortial blockchain solutions and Central Bank Digital Currencies. Currently, he is working on CBDC-related... Read More →



Monday September 12, 2022 15:05 - 15:45 IST
Wicklow Hall 2B
  Technical

15:05 IST

BoF: Hybrid Networks – The New Reality - Interoperability between Permissioned and Public Chains to Drive Web 3 Adoption - Shyam Nagarajan, IBM; Danno Ferrin, Swirlds Labs & Medha Parlikar, CasperLabs
Over the last 5 years Enterprises have leveraged permissioned/private blockchain for enterprise use cases which has led to digitization of assets that are used for value exchange among the permissioned participants. Public chains bring a larger ecosystem and liquidity that can be valuable to the monetization of the digital assets created in the permissioned/ private blockchain networks. Technological enhancements like Zero Knowledge proofs and Non Fungible Tokens can allow safe exchange of value across permissioned/ private and public chains. Hyperledger project “Cactus” and “Weaver” assets are initiatives that are making this interoperability possible. In this BoF session, we will lead a conversation with the audience on the what, how and application of these Hybrid networks among different experts. 

Speakers
avatar for Danno Ferrin

Danno Ferrin

Principal Software Engineer, Swirlds Labs
Danno Ferrin is Principal Software Engineer at Hedera Hashgraph, where he spearheads the smart contract environment in the Hedera network. Previously he was Lead Protocol Engineer at ConsenSys Software Inc on their Ethereum Mainnet team, where he chose to go "full crypto" after leaving... Read More →
avatar for Medha Parlikar

Medha Parlikar

CTO, CasperLabs
Medha is a product and engineering leader with decades of experience delivering production software at marquee companies such as Adobe, Omniture, Avalara, MP3.com, and DivX.  She is the CTO of CasperLabs, where she focuses on building the Casper blockchain.
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Shyam Nagarajan

Executive Partner, Web3.0 and Sustainability, IBM Consulting


Monday September 12, 2022 15:05 - 15:50 IST
EcoCem Room

15:30 IST

Demo: Interoperability with Hyperledger Lab YUI - Koji Matsumiya, Datachain
This session covers the basic idea of YUI and how to use YUI to achieve cross-chain transactions (interoperability) between different blockchains. YUI is a lab to achieve trustless interoperability between multiple heterogenous ledgers using Cosmos' IBC protocol. As YUI supports permissioned blockchains such as Hyperledger Fabric, Hyperledger Besu, Hyperledger Iroha and Corda, enterprise companies such as NTT DATA, JCB and HITACHI have conducted proof-of-concept using YUI. The session will explain how to implement YUI modules to enable interoperability in those use cases above.

Speakers
avatar for Koji Matsumiya

Koji Matsumiya

Blockchain Engineer, Datachain
Before joining Datachain, he led the team as a scrum master and tech lead at MicroAd and engaged in server-side and streaming processing infrastructure development for one of the largest ad platforms. At Datachain, he has been engaging in developing Hyperledger lab YUI and collaborative... Read More →



Monday September 12, 2022 15:30 - 15:45 IST
Wicklow Meeting Room 3

15:45 IST

Coffee Break
Monday September 12, 2022 15:45 - 16:30 IST
Sponsor Showcase, Level 3

15:45 IST

Community Fair
In order to help attendees find the right people to connect with, we’ll be setting up a Community Fair in the Sponsor Showcase. The Community Fair will have a series of table tops manned by people from different parts of the Hyperledger community who are interested in meeting and talking with attendees. This will include people from our Special Interest Groups who are implementing Hyperledger projects in a range of different industries, people from our Regional Communities who are traveling in from all over the world, and people from our Working Groups who are exploring technical questions about distributed ledgers.

Learn more here!

Monday September 12, 2022 15:45 - 16:30 IST
Sponsor Showcase, Level 3

15:45 IST

Hyperledger Foundation Team Office Hours
Meet with the Hyperledger Foundation staff to ask questions, learn about the wiki, or find new ways to be involved.

Monday September 12, 2022 15:45 - 16:30 IST
Sponsor Showcase, Level 3

16:30 IST

Taking on Challenges of Enterprise Blockchain Infrastructures - Dr. Ravi Chamria & Ghan Vashishtha, Zeeve
With more and more Blockchain implementations taking place every day, we must establish best practices for deployment, configuration, and infrastructure. In this session, we will discuss some of the primary challenges of setting up an enterprise-grade Blockchain network and how automation plays a vital role in managing infrastructure, and security compliances as well as saving time to market and achieving desired uptime.
If you are building an Enterprise Blockchain use case or are running one, this session will help you master SLAs, scale with ease, and set up proactive automated monitoring for your network.

Speakers
avatar for Dr. Ravi Chamria

Dr. Ravi Chamria

CEO & Co-founder, Zeeve
He is the CEO and co-founder of Zeeve – a web 3 infrastructure company providing the finest management platform for your Blockchain networks and decentralized applications. He has an experience of 20+ years in IT consulting spanning across Fintech, InsureTech, Supply Chain, and... Read More →
avatar for Ghan Vashishtha

Ghan Vashishtha

CTO & Co-founder, Zeeve
He is the CTO and co-founder of Zeeve - a crazy innovator, technology enthusiast, and inventive speaker. Technology leader turned entrepreneur with the capability to envision and productize ahead of time, actively working on Blockchain, IOT, AI/ML with more than a decade of expertise... Read More →


Monday September 12, 2022 16:30 - 16:50 IST
EcoCem Room

16:30 IST

A Hyperledger Fabric-based Programmable Money Platform - Robert van Donge, IntellectEU & Dirk Hermans, KBC Group
Dirk Hermans and Robert van Donge will present the outcomes of the close collaboration between KBC Group and IntellectEU within the context of KBC’s Programmable Money Platform. A platform built using Hyperledger Fabric and supported by IntellectEU’s Catalyst Blockchain Platform, that provides the foundational layer for tokens issuance, transfer, payment and redemption for numerous use cases that benefit greatly from Distributed Ledger Technology. They will be showcasing the high level architecture of this platform and discuss how use cases are - and will be - leveraging the platform. Some of these are reward tokens (KBC Kate Coin), flexible HR tokens (http://www.fleques.be), smart city & energy (http://tres.city), disrupting micro payments and other programmable money payments. The goal of this platform, which is supported by Catalyst Blockchain Platform, is to enable a wide variety of use cases. Expect to learn more about this project in production and how Hyperledger Fabric is transforming the Financial Services Industry!

Speakers
avatar for Robert van Donge

Robert van Donge

Head of Business Development EMEA, IntellectEU
Since joining IntellectEU in 2019, Robert van Donge has had a variety of roles focused on company growth and strategic business connections. In his current role, Robert is responsible for business development in the EMEA region. In the past two years, Robert has attended and spoken... Read More →
avatar for Dirk Hermans

Dirk Hermans

Innovation Manager, Blockchain Lead, KBC Group
10 years of experience in IT in an International & Financial context; 15 years of experience with KBC in business (payments, trade finance, markets & securities) in an international context and Blockchain Lead since 2015, driving the Blockchain vision, strategy and implementation... Read More →



Monday September 12, 2022 16:30 - 17:10 IST
Wicklow Hall 2A
  Business

16:30 IST

Hyperledger FireFly Overview: The SuperNode for Enterprise Web3 Applications - Steve Cerveny & Nicko Guyer, Kaleido
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 everything with existing systems, which may be the hardest part of all. That’s why our community created Hyperledger FireFly, the first open-source SuperNode: a complete stack for enterprises to build and scale secure Web3 applications. In this session, Kaleido CEO Steve Cerveny will explain why SuperNodes are critical to enterprise web3 adoption and explain 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.

Speakers
avatar for Steve Cerveny

Steve Cerveny

CEO and Co-Founder, Kaleido
Steve Cerveny is the CEO and co-founder of Kaleido. Steve has over fifteen years of experience in emerging technologies building, launching and growing enterprise products in a variety of business and technical roles. Prior to Kaleido, he led product teams at IBM, spearheading the... Read More →
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Nicko Guyer

Senior Full Stack Engineer, Kaleido
Nicko is a Full Stack Software Engineer at Kaleido where he is a maintainer and the Open Source Community Lead for Hyperledger FireFly. Prior to diving into the blockchain world, Nicko spent 8+ years in the Communications industry, building cloud-based, enterprise communication services... Read More →


Monday September 12, 2022 16:30 - 17:10 IST
Wicklow Hall 1
  Business

16:30 IST

Integrating Besu EVM and Ethereum Transactions into Hedera Hashgraph - Danno Ferrin, Hedera Hashgraph
The explosive growth of DeFi and DAOs have created a very powerful one-two punch for common interfaces in Smart Contracts and User Experience: the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) and the Ethereum JSON-RPC APIs. This has resulted in the ubiquitous availability of software and hardware wallets through which nearly all public chain transactions are conducted in the greater ethereum ecosystem. In this presentation Danno will discuss the process that Hedera Hashgraph went through to increase their compatibility with the greater etheruem ecosystem. Hedera replaced their existing EVM with the Hyperledger Besu EVM, supported the processing of raw Ethereum transaction format, and exposing JSON-RPC communication relays. Danno will also discuss the techniques used to address incompatible features of Hedera with Etheruem in a user friendly way, and the Hedera unique services exposed as system contracts.

Speakers
avatar for Danno Ferrin

Danno Ferrin

Principal Software Engineer, Swirlds Labs
Danno Ferrin is Principal Software Engineer at Hedera Hashgraph, where he spearheads the smart contract environment in the Hedera network. Previously he was Lead Protocol Engineer at ConsenSys Software Inc on their Ethereum Mainnet team, where he chose to go "full crypto" after leaving... Read More →



Monday September 12, 2022 16:30 - 17:10 IST
Wicklow Hall 2B
  Technical

16:30 IST

Last Mile Problem in Self-Sovereign Identity - Biometric Authentification and Device Independent Wallet for Hyperledger Indy - Non Kawana & Ken Naganuma, Hitachi,Ltd.
Self-sovereign identity, in which identity is managed by the individual, is spreading. In this scheme, personal smartphones are often used to store and manage wallet information such as VC and secret keys for digital signature. However, this is not a true self-sovereign identity. For example, the problem exists that when a smartphone is lost, the individual's identity can no longer be proven. We think that identity is an object that should be tied to a person, not a smartphone. Therefore, we have developed an architecture to handle SSI without using a smartphone or other personal device, and implemented it in Hyperledger Indy. Specifically, by generating the secret key for Hyperledger Indy’s wallet from the individual's biometric information and encrypting and storing the wallet in the cloud storage. In this way, the wallet can be used by the user from various terminals on the network. In this presentation, we will present our architecture of our device-independent SSI and a demonstration of biometric authentication technology implemented on Hyperledger Indy.

Speakers
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Non Kawana

Associate Researcher, Hitachi,Ltd.
Researcher at Hitachi, Ltd.
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Ken Naganuma

Chief Researcher, Hitachi,Ltd.
Researcher at Hitachi, Ltd.


Monday September 12, 2022 16:30 - 17:10 IST
Wicklow Meeting Room 1
  Technical

16:50 IST

Building the Global Economic Network for Web3 with Composable Applications - Alex Putkov, Digital Asset
Building composable applications is a key requirement for any ecosystem to thrive and grow organically. This is true even more for financial applications that rely on blockchains providing services that are extensible without having to rewrite/redeploy systems and software infrastructure. In this presentation, we’ll talk about how domain specific programming language alongside privacy-enabled blockchains can be leveraged to build composable applications that can form the building blocks of the next generation of global economic network, where transactions and assets flow seamlessly across organizational and national boundaries. We’ll share examples of stock exchanges and financial services organizations such as Australian Stock Exchange (ASX), Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEX), and Goldman Sachs among others, who have successful projects that are leading towards this future. We’ll also focus on the issues of trust and privacy which is paramount to a successful adoption of any enterprise blockchain, where privacy and authorizations have to be built into the application and code base from day one.

Speakers
avatar for Alex Putkov

Alex Putkov

Developer Advocate, Digital Asset
Alex Putkov is an industry veteran. He started his career in 1995 in Moscow, Russia at Reuters - the leading global financial market data vendor. Over 26 years with Reuters and its successor companies (Thomson Reuters and Refinitiv) Alex held various leadership roles in areas including... Read More →



Monday September 12, 2022 16:50 - 17:10 IST
EcoCem Room
  Technical
  • Slides Attached Yes

16:55 IST

Demo: How Hyperledger Fabric Moves Charity to an Absolutely New Level of Trust - Olga Ilina & Artem Barger, Non-Profit Organization IDEAS
Charity plays a significant role in our society and is considered by many people as the most common way to repay our social debt.

The Karma project is a blockchain-based charity foundation platform that facilitates the trustful network's formation and is accountable for collecting donation funds. Karma platform introduces a blockchain-based solution that allows participants to supervise, manage and control all the platform's processes. 

The blockchain network is comprised of publicly known, trustful, and prestigious organizations. All organizations' operations within the platform are fully transparent and visible, leveraging properties of immutability, provenance, and non-repudiation. Therefore the platform alleviates the results of dishonest actions, revealing fraudulent organizations' activities.

The blockchain-based Karma platform is implemented on top of Hyperledger Fabric and appears as a social apparatus that allows charity fonds to manage and maintain their projects, accept donations and share auditable public trail of all activities within the platform.

Speakers
avatar for Olga Ilina

Olga Ilina

Head of expert group, Non-Profit Organization IDEAS
Head of expert group, Blockchain Lab, Non-Profit Organization IDEAS:- Project "Blockchain Matters": interviews with key blockchain experts (available to a wide audience on Youtube);- Development and implementation of the charity platform "KARMA" based on Hyperledger Fabric.Formerly... Read More →
avatar for Artem Barger

Artem Barger

Director of Blockchain Lab, Non-Profit Organization IDEAS
Worked as Blockchain Industrials Research in Haifa Research Lab, leading a team of researchers focusing on distributed systems and blockchain platforms, with over ten years of experience designing and developing distributed systems and holding a BSc from the Technion - Israel Institute... Read More →



Monday September 12, 2022 16:55 - 17:10 IST
Wicklow Meeting Room 3
  Demo Theater

17:20 IST

Demo: A Real-time, Cybersecurity Application on the Ledger to Protect APIs - Anusha Iyer & David Mazary, Corsha, Inc
Come join us for a demo of a real-time, cybersecurity application on the Ledger, where we build an API Identity and Access Platform to provide dynamic identities and fully-automated Multi-factor Authenticator for pure machine-to-machine API traffic.  Cyber attacks against APIs are accelerating because security isn’t keeping up with automation when it comes to API authentication and access.  We’ve put together a platform using Hyperledger Fabric to provide dynamic identity and authentication even for the scale and latency needs of real-time APIs.  We’ll walk through our design of the platform and chaincode, demo the API Security platform, how we simulate and test it, and the trust model we’ve put in place with Hyperledger to address a high-scale, real-time, cybersecurity need across enterprises.

Speakers
avatar for Anusha Iyer

Anusha Iyer

CTO and Co-Founder, Corsha, Inc
Anusha Iyer is the CTO and Co-Founder of Corsha. She is a technology leader with over 15 years of experience in security-minded software, analytics, and managed services. A Carnegie Mellon alum, she started in the Washington, DC area at the Naval Research Lab. At NRL, her focus was... Read More →
avatar for David Mazary

David Mazary

Head of Engineering, Corsha, Inc
David is the Head of Engineering at Corsha, a startup that has built its platform on Hyperledger Fabric since 2018. David manages the engineering group at Corsha, overseeing all aspects of their product lifecycle from design and architecture to deployment and customer delivery. Corsha... Read More →



Monday September 12, 2022 17:20 - 17:35 IST
Wicklow Meeting Room 3
  Demo Theater
  • Slides Attached Yes

17:20 IST

Panel Discussion: All Things Cross-Chain - Jim Zhang & Sophia Lopez, Kaleido; Venkatraman Ramakrishna, IBM; Takeuchi Takuma, Fujitsu
As enterprises and organizations increase their adoption and deployment of blockchain technology and networks, the overall complexity of systems are growing exponentially. A host of new requirements for cross-chain sharing of data and transaction management arise, which necessitates a clear strategy on multi-chain connectivity and cross-chain interoperability. In this panel, leaders from Hyperledger Cactus and Hyperledger FireFly projects, as well as other blockchain experts will share their thoughts on all things cross-chain. We’ll cover: -The necessity for cross-chain connectivity in a multi-chain world -Challenges with implementing cross-chain functionality -Emerging technologies for building cross-chain solutions -And more!

Speakers
avatar for Takuma Takeuchi

Takuma Takeuchi

Research Manager, Fujitsu
Takuma is a Research Manager of the Data & Security Research Laboratory within Fujitsu Limited responsible for blockchain interoperability technologies that are critical to Fujitsu's Sustainable Manufacturing plays. He is also working as one of the maintainers of Hyperledger Cactus... Read More →
avatar for Sophia Lopez

Sophia Lopez

Founder and President, kaleido.io
Sophia Lopez is a Founder and President of Kaleido, an award-winning digital transformation platform and a leading global blockchain-as-a-service. Its clients include the top healthcare and insurance networks, top third of the world’s largest banks and 80% of the world’s supply... Read More →
avatar for Venkatraman Ramakrishna

Venkatraman Ramakrishna

Senior Researcher, IBM
Venkatraman Ramakrishna is a Senior Researcher in IBM Research-India (Bangalore) and an IBM Quantum Ambassador. Following a B. Tech. from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur and an MS and PhD (ubiquitous computing) from UCLA, he worked in the Bing Infrastructure team... Read More →
avatar for Jim Zhang

Jim Zhang

Co-Founder and Head of Protocol, Kaleido
Jim Zhang is a co-founder of Kaleido, an active member of the Ethereum Enterprise Alliance Quorum Workgroup and has contributed to the Quorum open source project code base. Jim is also a maintainer of the Hyperledger Fabric project, responsible for the node.js SDK and node.js chaincode... Read More →


Monday September 12, 2022 17:20 - 18:00 IST
Wicklow Hall 1
  Business

17:20 IST

Real-Estate Property Management – Application of NFT, Tokenization, and DeFi - Mohan Venkataraman & Gigo Joseph, Chainyard (IT People Corp.)
The blockchain and DLT technologies have disrupted traditional business processes and helped transform them into new and innovative business models. Real estate and property markets are one area where the concepts of digital titles, real-estate NFTs, and fractional ownership are being explored. At Chainyard, we have been working with real estate clients to help strategize their use-cases and implement solutions. This presentation will highlight various use cases in the real estate domain but focus specifically on one related to a Property Management opportunity we worked on. The presentation will provide a description of the use case and a high-level overview of the business process. It will also discuss solution development applying NFT, tokenization, and DeFi concepts. It will conclude with a conceptual architecture of the solution. Apart from technical considerations, it is very critical to have the business model well defined and ensure compliance with prevailing securities regulations. Based on our experience, the presentation will highlight key considerations and challenges that are important to be addressed while developing the solution architecture.

Speakers
avatar for Gigo Joseph

Gigo Joseph

VP Consulting Services, Chainyard (IT People Corp.)
Gigo Joseph is Vice President Blockchain Services at Chainyard. He has over 25 years of global information technology experience across US, India & ME. He is a known strategic business leader, engineering & business process consultant, and recognized for building complex software... Read More →
avatar for Mohan Venkataraman

Mohan Venkataraman

CTO, Chainyard (IT People Corp.)
Mohan is a Speaker and Contributor to thought leadership in Blockchain, IoT, and Supply Chain. He is an Information Technology professional with 30+ years of proven experience, and history of servicing over 100+clients. Mohan is passionate about exploiting technology to solve business... Read More →



Monday September 12, 2022 17:20 - 18:00 IST
Wicklow Hall 2A
  Business

17:20 IST

Security Fireside Chat with Arnaud Le Hors
Speakers
avatar for Brian Behlendorf

Brian Behlendorf

General Manager, OpenSSF
Brian Behlendorf is the General Manager for the Open Source Security Foundation, an initiative of the Linux Foundation, focused on securing the open source ecosystem. Brian has founded and led open source software communities and initiatives for more than 30 years, first as a co-founder... Read More →
avatar for Angelo De Caro

Angelo De Caro

Senior Research Scientist, IBM
Angelo De Caro is a Senior Research Scientist at IBM Research Lab in Zurich, Switzerland with technical leadership responsibilities on the Central Bank Digital Currency Research area. Angelo is a member of the Hyperledger Technical Steering Committee, one of the architects of Hyperledger... Read More →
avatar for Danno Ferrin

Danno Ferrin

Principal Software Engineer, Swirlds Labs
Danno Ferrin is Principal Software Engineer at Hedera Hashgraph, where he spearheads the smart contract environment in the Hedera network. Previously he was Lead Protocol Engineer at ConsenSys Software Inc on their Ethereum Mainnet team, where he chose to go "full crypto" after leaving... Read More →
avatar for Arnaud Le Hors

Arnaud Le Hors

Senior Technical Staff Member (STSM) Open Technologies: Blockchain, Edge Computing, Web, IBM, IBM
Arnaud has been working on standards and open source for over 25 years and has been involved in every aspect of the open technology development process: technical, strategic, political, and legal. Arnaud was editor of several key web specifications including HTML and DOM and was a... Read More →
avatar for Hart Montgomery

Hart Montgomery

CTO, Hyperledger Foundation
Hart has extensive experience in blockchain and cryptography, and previously worked in blockchain and cryptography research at Fujitsu Research where he helped lead Fujitsu’s efforts in Hyperledger. Prior to Fujitsu, Hart received a Ph.D. in cryptography at Stanford under Dan Boneh... Read More →


Monday September 12, 2022 17:20 - 18:00 IST
EcoCem Room

17:20 IST

Bringing Trustworthiness in Industrial Device Lifecycle using Verifiable Credentials - Marquart Franz & Saad Bin Shams, Siemens AG
An industrial device goes through many phases in its lifecycle. Its life begins with the manufacturing phase, after which it is transported to the customer where it is onboarded and then the operational phase starts. It can then continue on functioning before it is sold to a new owner or offboarded and perhaps also replaced. The proliferation of industrial IoT devices brings in more challenges for the operational technology. Customer site should be able to go through industrial device lifecycles from multiple vendors with as much ease as possible. In this talk the presenters explain how verifiable credentials can potentially help us in achieving a trustworthy and automated approach in cycling thorough the different device phases. With the help of demo that showcases prototype industrial devices approach using verifiable credentials for German Railway operator (Deutsche Bahn), the presenters will discuss the current tools available and dive into some of their shortcomings in the context of devices. This presentation also aims to bring forward the pertinent discussion of the disconnect in the world of devices and the web technology.

Speakers
avatar for Marquart Franz

Marquart Franz

Senior Software Expert, Siemens AG
Marquart Franz is senior software expert at Siemens Technology. He is active in digitalization, IoT, blockchain, embedded systems and software architecture and has a long history as primary representative, officer and member in industry consortia and collaborations.
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Saad Bin Shams

Cybersecurity Architect, Siemens AG
Saad Bin Shams is working at Siemens as a cyber security architect. He received his Masters degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Technical University of Munich. At Siemens his work focuses on the topics of blockchain, zero knowledge proofs, development, system architecture... Read More →



Monday September 12, 2022 17:20 - 18:00 IST
Wicklow Meeting Room 1
  Technical

17:20 IST

From an Ethereum 1 Client to an Execution Engine - Matt Nelson & Francesco Andreoli, Consensys
From an Ethereum 1 client to an Execution engine Monolithic client infrastructure will make less and less sense as new roles appear. The Merge is pushing us to think of modularizing Besu. Maintaining a monolith that caters to both enterprises and mainnet users is not sustainable Gap between enterprise ethereum and mainnet ethereum is growing (EIP 1559, gas fee optimization… the Merge itself). Modular architecture: Is more aligned with Open Source Software. Enables more contributors from the ecosystem Enables configurations for different use-cases without extraneous components or complexity Unlock opportunities (ex: MEV support by extracting TX pool)

Speakers
avatar for Francesco Andreoli

Francesco Andreoli

DevRel, ConsenSys
DevRel at @Consensys , Former Community at Digital Asset/DAML
avatar for Matt Nelson

Matt Nelson

Besu Product Manager, ConsenSys
Matt Nelson is a Product Manager at ConsenSys strategizing and building for Hyperledger Besu. He has 5+ years of experience with blockchain for both enterprise and public networks and he is looking to educate enterprises on taking advantage of public infrastructure on networks like... Read More →


Monday September 12, 2022 17:20 - 18:00 IST
Wicklow Hall 2B

17:45 IST

Demo: Chronicle - Delivering Blockchain-backed Provenance with Hyperledger Sawtooth, BTP - Csilla Zsigri & Duncan Johnston-Watt, BTP
Provenance is an application area that is not only driving the adoption of blockchain technology, but also has the potential to yield significant economic value across many industries. Created by BTP, Chronicle is a blockchain-backed and domain-agnostic solution for irreversibly recording provenance data. Chronicle is built on the World Wide Web Consortium’s open-source PROV Ontology (PROV-O) specification. PROV-O provides a foundation to implement provenance applications in various domains that can represent, exchange, and integrate provenance information generated by multiple parties, in different systems, and under diverse contexts. Chronicle is available with Hyperledger Sawtooth as its default backing ledger, with support for other industry-leading distributed ledgers in the pipeline.

Checkout our blog Introducing Chronicle: Blockchain-Backed Provenance to learn more about Chronicle and its benefits.

Speakers
avatar for Duncan Johnston-Watt

Duncan Johnston-Watt

CEO, BTP
Duncan is a regular keynote speaker, serial entrepreneur and technology pioneer with over 30 years experience in the software industry. His latest venture is BTP a leading enterprise blockchain company and active member of the Hyperledger Foundation, CNCF, LF Energy and FINOS. Prior... Read More →
avatar for Csilla Zsigri

Csilla Zsigri

VP Strategy, BTP
Csilla is VP Strategy at BTP, an enterprise blockchain company. Previously, Csilla was a technology industry analyst at market research and advisory firm 451 Research - now part of S&P Global Market Intelligence - covering the enterprise blockchain space, among other areas. Csilla... Read More →



Monday September 12, 2022 17:45 - 18:00 IST
Wicklow Meeting Room 3
  Demo Theater
  • Slides Attached Yes

18:00 IST

Community Fair
In order to help attendees find the right people to connect with, we’ll be setting up a Community Fair in the Sponsor Showcase. The Community Fair will have a series of table tops manned by people from different parts of the Hyperledger community who are interested in meeting and talking with attendees. This will include people from our Special Interest Groups who are implementing Hyperledger projects in a range of different industries, people from our Regional Communities who are traveling in from all over the world, and people from our Working Groups who are exploring technical questions about distributed ledgers.

Learn more here!

Monday September 12, 2022 18:00 - 19:00 IST
Sponsor Showcase, Level 3

18:00 IST

Sponsor Showcase Booth Crawl & Onsite Attendee Reception
Everyone is invited to join their fellow attendees after sessions conclude for drinks, canapés, networking, and the opportunity to check out the latest and greatest from our sponsors!

Monday September 12, 2022 18:00 - 19:00 IST
Sponsor Showcase, Level 3

18:00 IST

Hyperledger Foundation Meetup (RSVP Required)
The largest Hyperledger event of the year is happening in Dublin from September 12-14 and community leaders and members from all over the world will be there. We'll be hosting a meetup on the first night of the event where everyone is welcome to come and learn about Hyperledger and meet leads of different Hyperledger projects. The meetup is open to all and registering for Hyperledger Global Forum is not required.

Learn more and RSVP here!

Event timing is subject to change.

Monday September 12, 2022 18:00 - 20:00 IST
Sponsor Showcase, Level 3
 
Tuesday, September 13
 

07:30 IST

Registration & Badge Pick-up
Tuesday September 13, 2022 07:30 - 18:00 IST
Foyer, Level 1

09:00 IST

Keynote: Welcome Back - Daniela Barbosa, Executive Director, Hyperledger Foundation
Speakers
avatar for Daniela Barbosa

Daniela Barbosa

General Manager Blockchain, Healthcare and Identity at the Linux Foundation and Executive Director of Hyperledger Foundation, Linux Foundation
Daniela Barbosa serves as General Manager Blockchain, Healthcare and Identity at the Linux Foundation and as Executive Director of Hyperledger Foundation with overall strategic and operational responsibility for staff, programs, expansion and execution of Hyperledger’s mission... Read More →


Tuesday September 13, 2022 09:00 - 09:05 IST
Wicklow Hall 2A-B

09:05 IST

Keynote: Hyperledger Besu and the Upcoming Merge - Hart Montgomery, CTO, Hyperledger Foundation & Tim Beiko, Protocol Support, Ethereum Foundation
Hyperledger Besu is one of the most exciting open source blockchain projects today: on one hand, it is one of the most popular choices for permissioned, enterprise ethereum applications.  On the other hand, it is one of the main execution clients for nodes on the Ethereum mainnet and is extremely important for public Ethereum. In fact, Hyperledger Besu was one of nine clients selected to participate in the EF’s Client Incentive Program. In this session, Hart Montgomery (CTO of the Hyperledger Foundation) will explain some background on Besu, a little bit of the project’s history, and why it is exciting to have an Ethereum execution client with a fully open-development model. Tim Beiko (Ethereum Foundation) will then explain the importance of Besu to Ethereum and the upcoming merge. Finally, we will hear from Besu maintainers on what excites them about Besu and how others can get involved in the community.

Speakers
avatar for Hart Montgomery

Hart Montgomery

CTO, Hyperledger Foundation
Hart has extensive experience in blockchain and cryptography, and previously worked in blockchain and cryptography research at Fujitsu Research where he helped lead Fujitsu’s efforts in Hyperledger. Prior to Fujitsu, Hart received a Ph.D. in cryptography at Stanford under Dan Boneh... Read More →
avatar for Tim Beiko

Tim Beiko

Protocol Support, Ethereum Foundation


Tuesday September 13, 2022 09:05 - 09:15 IST
Wicklow Hall 2A-B

09:15 IST

Keynote: Blockchain as a Public Good: How Public Infrastructure Networks are Driving Adoption and Making an Impact across Europe and Latin America - Ilan Melendez, LACChain / LACNet & Hilary Carter, Linux Foundation
A deep dive into the fast-growing Alastria and LACChain networks and the critial government use cases they are enabling.

Moderators
avatar for Hilary Carter

Hilary Carter

VP Research, Linux Foundation
Hilary Carter is VP Research at the Linux Foundation where she leads the creation of decision-useful insights into the open source technologies and standards underpinning much of the digital infrastructure on which the global economy depends. She is the author of multiple research... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Ilan Melendez

Ilan Melendez

LACChain Regional Lead / LACNet Business Development Lead, LACChain / LACNet
Ilan Melendez is the Regional Lead of LACChain, an Inter-American Development Bank initiative to enable blockchain infrastructure in compliance with regulations in Latin America and the Caribbean. And Business Development lead of LACNet, the blockchain orchestration entity for the... Read More →


Tuesday September 13, 2022 09:15 - 09:45 IST
Wicklow Hall 2A-B

09:45 IST

Keynote: ESG with a Bit of Help from Indy - Dr. Andreas Kind, Vice President Cybersecurity & Trust, Siemens AG
We describe the role of verifiable credentials as provided by Hyperledger Indy for implementing the use case of managing environmental, social and governance (ESG) information on the level of individual products. The advantages of verifiable credentials for sharing trustworthy, aggregated ESG information across supply chains is highlighted and demonstrated with the SiGREEN application.

Speakers
avatar for Dr. Andreas Kind

Dr. Andreas Kind

Vice President Cybersecurity & Trust, Siemens AG
Dr. Andreas Kind leads the global research for Cybersecurity & Trust at Siemens. He received his Ph.D. degree in computer science from the University of Bath, UK and worked in various positions for IBM Research from 2000 until 2019. Andreas holds over 20 patents and authored and... Read More →


Tuesday September 13, 2022 09:45 - 09:50 IST
Wicklow Hall 2A-B

09:50 IST

Keynote: Message from John Jordan - Executive Director, BC Digital Trust Service at Province of British Columbia and Executive Director, Trust Over IP
Speakers
avatar for John Jordan

John Jordan

Executive Director, BC Digital Trust Service at Province of British Columbia & Trust Over IP
John Jordan is the Executive Director of the BC Digital Trust Service. He is an experienced product executive and technology strategist who has over 25 years of experience in both the private and public sectors. Currently he is leading the Province of British Columbia’s participation... Read More →


Tuesday September 13, 2022 09:50 - 09:55 IST
Wicklow Hall 2A-B

09:55 IST

Keynote: Decentralized Identity: Where We Are and Where We Are Going - Heather Dahl, Indicio; Kaliya Young, Identity Woman; Marie Wallace, IBM; Drummond Reed, Avast
Leading voices from decentralized identity will discuss the state of adoption by enterprises and customers and what's required to tip the market to ecosystem acceptance

Moderators
avatar for Drummond Reed

Drummond Reed

Director of Trust Services, Avast
Drummond has spent a quarter-century in Internet identity, security, privacy, and trust infrastructure. He is Director, Trust Services at Avast after their acquisition of Evernym, where he was Chief Trust Office. He is co-author of the book, Self-Sovereign Identity (Manning Publications... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Marie Wallace

Marie Wallace

Distinguished Engineer, Chief Architect, Healthcare Identity and Trusted Data Exchange, IBM
Marie is currently an analytics strategist for IBM, having spent more than a decade at IBM developing content, semantic and social analytics technologies which today underpin such solutions as IBM Watson. In recent years her primary focus has been on the analysis of people networks... Read More →
avatar for Kaliya

Kaliya

Identity Expert, Identity Woman
Kaliya, widely known as the Identity Woman, is a top expert in decentralized / self-sovereign identity. She has committed her life to the development of an open standards based identity layer of the internet that empowers people. Kaliya co-founded the Internet Identity Workshop (IIW... Read More →
avatar for Heather Dahl

Heather Dahl

CEO, Indicio
Heather is CEO of Indicio, the market leader in developing Trusted Digital Ecosystems, providing companies with the software and infrastructure needed to authenticate and exchange high-value information and develop trusted, secure relationships. Under her leadership, Indicio launched... Read More →


Tuesday September 13, 2022 09:55 - 10:15 IST
Wicklow Hall 2A-B

10:15 IST

Keynote: David Treat, Senior Managing Director, Global Metaverse Continuum Business Group & Blockchain Lead, Accenture & 2022 Hyperledger Foundation Governing Board Chair
Speakers
avatar for David Treat

David Treat

Senior Managing Director, Global Metaverse Continuum Business Group & Blockchain Lead, Accenture & Hyperledger Governing Board Chair, Accenture
Dave Treat is a Senior Managing Director, Global Metaverse Continuum Business Group & Blockchain Lead, Accenture & Hyperledger Governing Board Chair. He has over 20 years of experience in Financial Services split between consulting and industry roles spanning Capital Markets, Retail... Read More →


Tuesday September 13, 2022 10:15 - 10:30 IST
Wicklow Hall 2A-B

10:30 IST

Coffee Break
Tuesday September 13, 2022 10:30 - 11:15 IST
Sponsor Showcase, Level 3

10:30 IST

Community Fair
In order to help attendees find the right people to connect with, we’ll be setting up a Community Fair in the Sponsor Showcase. The Community Fair will have a series of table tops manned by people from different parts of the Hyperledger community who are interested in meeting and talking with attendees. This will include people from our Special Interest Groups who are implementing Hyperledger projects in a range of different industries, people from our Regional Communities who are traveling in from all over the world, and people from our Working Groups who are exploring technical questions about distributed ledgers.

Learn more here!

Tuesday September 13, 2022 10:30 - 11:15 IST
Sponsor Showcase, Level 3

10:30 IST

Sponsor Showcase
Visit with sponsors, connect with attendees, and enjoy snacks and refreshments throughout the day!

Tuesday September 13, 2022 10:30 - 18:00 IST
Sponsor Showcase, Level 3

11:15 IST

Demo: Are Hyperledger Fabric and Microsoft SharePoint Frenemies? - Dominik Zyskowski, Espeo Blockchain
We will provide a real case demo presenting Hyperledger Fabric with Microsoft Sharepoint. Connecting enterprise blockchain and standard cloud-based solution for sharing and processing documents shows a new angle on blockchain use cases. With over 200 million users SharePoint - based solutions are used in multiple industries. This solution can be enhanced with blockchain technology. The audience will get an understanding of the business and technical aspects of integrating those two enterprise technologies.

Speakers
avatar for Dominik Zyskowski

Dominik Zyskowski

Software Consulting Director, Espeo Blockchain
15+ years of experience on a wide range of responsibilities in software development and project management. Results-oriented business and product development specialist with hands-on solution architecture background in IT and R&D projects. Certified project manager and scrum master... Read More →



Tuesday September 13, 2022 11:15 - 11:30 IST
Wicklow Meeting Room 3
  Demo Theater
  • Slides Attached Yes

11:15 IST

Blockchain - Sustainable Supply Chain, SDG, Climate & Carbon Credit Tokenization - Kamlesh Nagware, Snapper Future Tech
Blockchain is fundamentally a technology of trust, blockchain has trust, openness, and transparency built into its design, its benefits are wide-ranging and impact multiple Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Blockchain has the potential to impact all 17 SDGs but here I will talk about specific to SDG7: Affordable & clean energy, SDG9 & 12: Build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization, and foster innovation & Responsible production & Consumption(Sustainable supply chains) and SDG13: Climate action where blockchain technology already being used to help achieve these SDGs effectively & efficiently. Hyperledger foundation has a special interest group “ Climate Action SIG” for The Climate Action & Accounting (CA2) Special Interest Group (SIG) will foster and engage a multi-stakeholder network to exchange ideas, needs, and resources in order to develop and consolidate open-source DLT solutions for a common climate accounting mechanism and frameworks. Blockchain technology can be the key that underpins the improved governance we need to meet the SDGs by 2030.

Speakers
avatar for Kamlesh Nagware

Kamlesh Nagware

Chief Technology Officer, Snapper Future Tech
Kamlesh Nagware is Chief Technology Officer of Snapper Future Tech. He is among the top 30 Influencers of Blockchain in India. He is the Hyperledger India Chapter Co-Chair and a member of the Hyperledger Technical Steering Committee (TSC), which drives the technical direction of Hyperledger... Read More →



Tuesday September 13, 2022 11:15 - 11:55 IST
Wicklow Hall 1
  Business

11:15 IST

DEI in FinTech: Preparing the Talent Pipeline - Ali Emdad, Morgan State University-National FinTech Center
Rapid growth among a number of racial and ethnic groups means the nation is becoming more diverse more quickly than expected. The data shows that as the country grows, its racial makeup is changing. In an increasing number of places, no individual race constitutes a large majority of the population. Ensuring a sufficient supply of workers with the appropriate skills and credentials and addressing the lack of diversity among high-tech workers have become central public policy concerns. This presentation seeks to shed some light on the imperative of preparing a diverse talent pipeline in the broader FinTech industry. Specifically, the speaker elaborates on the essential role that higher education plays in preparing the diverse workforce that represents diverse demography. The presentation focuses on innovative and successful strategies to engage HBCUs in building capacity and developing talent in all areas of FinTech. The speaker discusses efforts that lead to the creation of the largest network of HBCUs that are engaged in FinTech research and education across the nation.

Speakers
avatar for Ali Emdad

Ali Emdad

Associate Dean and Executive Director, Morgan State University-National FinTech Center
Dr. Ali Emdad is the Associate Dean and Professor of Information Systems at the Graves Business School at Morgan State University in Baltimore, Maryland. He is the founder and executive director of the National Center for the Study of Blockchain and Financial Technology (The FinTech... Read More →



Tuesday September 13, 2022 11:15 - 11:55 IST
Wicklow Hall 2A
  Business

11:15 IST

The Giving Chain - Hardik Gupta, Instaraise
The Giving Chain is a Social Impact project created by the Hyperledger Princeton Meetup. The Purpose of the project is to decentralize local charity giving by creating the Giving Chain and the R2D application. The application will use Hyperledger Firefly to create an asset to be donated. The R2D (Recipient to Donor) then notifies the participant in the giving chain that an asset has been created and is ready to be donated. The asset is then tracked till it is received by someone with a need. Hardik Gupta will give a presentation on The Giving Chain and How the project will affect the whole supply chain. The project is made using the Hyperledger Firefly, the presentation will also include the basics of Firefly and how one can use it. Hardik Gupta will also give a live demo of The Giving Chain, with the Social Impact the project has accomplished over the past 2 years. The Giving Chain is under development and when completed the platform will be available for disaster/charity giving to all global project managers.

Speakers
avatar for Hardik Gupta

Hardik Gupta

SDE 1, Instaraise
My name is Hardik Gupta, a fourth year computer science student from India. I'm working as a blockchain developer intern at Instaraise and an active member of Hyperdger's Learning Materials Development Working Group. I was also selected as a mentee for the Giving Chain project for... Read More →



Tuesday September 13, 2022 11:15 - 11:55 IST
Wicklow Hall 2B
  Technical

11:15 IST

Toward Fully-Decentralized System With Hyperledger Fabric - Requirement Analysis of Decentralized System Configuration/Operations and Potential Use of a Decentralized Operations Tool “OpsSC” - Tatsuya Sato, Hitachi, Ltd.
A system using Hyperledger Fabric (Hyperledger Fabric-based system) provides the value of executing transactions inter multiple organizations in a decentralized manner. To maximize this value, it is essential to maintain decentralization not only in the execution system but also in the entire system, including system configuration and management. On the other hand, Hyperledger Fabric is still in the process of maturing and full-decentralization is still difficult to achieve (e.g., ops with a single centralized script as a bad practice). The lack of clarity on how to achieve this may be a disincentive for production uses of Hyperledger Fabric. So, Tatsuya tries to analyze comprehensive basic requirements for realizing fully-decentralized Hyperledger Fabric-based systems and design a reference architecture to satisfy the requirements. In addition, he also lists various types of system management workflows (e.g., BC network ops) to which the requirements would potentially apply, and then demonstrates the applicability of "OpsSC" which is a decentralized system operation tool for Hyperledger Fabric and is registered as a Labs project (https://github.com/hyperledger-labs/fabric-opssc).

Speakers
avatar for Tatsuya Sato

Tatsuya Sato

Researcher, Hitachi, Ltd.
Tatsuya Sato is a researcher at Hitachi, Ltd. He received the M.S. degree in engineering at the University of Tsukuba, Japan in 2009. He has been at Hitachi, Ltd., Japan since 2009 and worked on research and development on blockchain technology, cloud computing, system management... Read More →



Tuesday September 13, 2022 11:15 - 11:55 IST
Wicklow Meeting Room 1
  Technical

11:40 IST

Demo: Edge Data Management - Kishore Thamilvanan, BONbLOC Inc.
Edge Data Management enables you to connect, collect, track and analyze your cold chain shipments at a network and node level. You can capture various edge data such as temperature, fluid level, sound, etc. to enable full visibility. Alerts are produced when edge data is out of the measurement range.

Speakers
avatar for Kishore Thamilvanan

Kishore Thamilvanan

Product Lead, BONbLOC Inc.
Kishore Thamilvanan is a Product Lead for BONbLOC Inc. He has aided BONbLOC in developing applications to track, trace, and reconcile cold chain shipments using Blockchain and IoT.



Tuesday September 13, 2022 11:40 - 11:55 IST
Wicklow Meeting Room 3
  Demo Theater
  • Slides Attached Yes

12:05 IST

Demo: 2 Real World DLT Projects for Siemens & Public Sector in Switzerland - Waleed El Sayed & Maria Lupuleasa, sonono LLC
Waleed is going to present 2 real world projects, that his team has implemented.

The first project is for public sector; The courts of Basel city make certain court's files available on their portal for judges / journalists / lawyers / parties. These can be read online or downloaded. Deadlines are an important working tool for the courts, and the release of documents and access to documents must be traceable. This traceability is guaranteed with postal letters. Waleed's team used Blockchain technology to replace the postal letters with digital reports.

The second project is for Siemens Mobility Switzerland. Machines should provide measurement data to be checked and approved by different parties. These Data should be read automatically from the machine and written in to the Blockchain. A certificate will be created and will be approved by another party which is responsible for that.

Speakers
avatar for Maria Lupuleasa

Maria Lupuleasa

COO, sonono LLC & Your Project Switzerland AG
avatar for Waleed El Sayed

Waleed El Sayed

CEO, sonono LLC & Your Project Switzerland AG
Waleed is a certified Blockchain developer and the co-founder & CEO sonono LLC. & Your Project Switzerland AG.Waleed got in touch with Blockchain technology in 2017 and could prove his ability in implementing DLT projects using Hyperldger Fabric.Waleed is also a previous hyperledger... Read More →



Tuesday September 13, 2022 12:05 - 12:20 IST
Wicklow Meeting Room 3
  Demo Theater

12:05 IST

Cactus Helps Cross-industries Collaboration to Tackle Climate Change - Shingo Fujimoto, Fujitsu
Shingo Fujimoto will give a presentation about the collaboration project regarding tackling climate change. He will explain the reason why blockchain technology and Cactus V1 are needed in the project, and how they solve it.

Speakers
avatar for Shingo Fujimoto

Shingo Fujimoto

Project Manager, FUJITSU
With the release of Cactus V1.0, there are no significant issues choosing which DLT platform technology is selected at the initial stage of the project, even if they may decide to participate larger community later. In this session, FUJITSU will present the collaboration project with... Read More →



Tuesday September 13, 2022 12:05 - 12:45 IST
Wicklow Hall 1

12:05 IST

Beyond the Language Barrier – Translating Hyperledger Fabric Documentation Into Japanese - Yuki Kondo, Hitachi, Ltd. & Daiki Nakashima, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation
Hyperledger Fabric is used for various use cases all over the world. However, it was hard for non-English speakers to learn the technology correctly because the official documentation was written in English and updated quickly. The quick updates made the local language's learning resources outdated soon. To remove the language barrier, Hyperledger Fabric Documentation Working Group started translating the official documentation in various language. When the content is available in the native language, more non-English speakers will easily learn and adopt Hyperledger Fabric technologies. As one of the sub-groups, Japanese Doc WG was launched in July 2020. Japanese Doc WG created the translation contribution process, communication channel (e.g. monthly Zoom meeting, Japanese chat group) and Kanban board. To improve the productivity and quality, Japanese Doc WG made Japanese terminology and introduced a translation tool while collaborating with translation experts. Japanese Doc WG also hosted Meetups to increase the number of contributors. In this session, Japanese Documentation WG will share their experiences for other language communities to work on the translation.

Speakers
avatar for Yuki Kondo

Yuki Kondo

Senior Researcher, Hitachi, Ltd.
Yuki is a senior researcher at Hitachi, and leads developing blockchain applications. Yuki contributed to Hyperledger Fabric to add token samples in fabric-samples.
avatar for Daiki Nakashima

Daiki Nakashima

Researcher, MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC Corporation
Daiki Nakashima joined Information Technology R & D Center of Mitsubishi Electric Corporation in April 2018. He develops an application of cloud and blockchain technology. He received a master's degree in Computer Science in 2013 from Tokyo University of Science, in Japan. After his... Read More →



Tuesday September 13, 2022 12:05 - 12:45 IST
Wicklow Hall 2A
  Technical

12:05 IST

Decentralized Network Governance with Hyperledger Fabric - Tsvetan Georgiev & Yanko Zhelyazkov, Senofi Inc
Consortium network governance process is complex and challenging to handle when the network topology includes multiple organizations and nodes spread across cloud providers and different geographical locations. Tsvetan and Yanko from Senofi will share their experience of designing and building a network governance solution for Hyperledger Fabric (HLF) based networks. They will talk about the challenges of the HLF network governance process and the complexity when multiple node vendors are involved in building the network. Tsvetan and Yanko will present the design and details of a decentralized governance solution built with HLF Smart Contracts and integrated with a microservice-based vendor platform. The solution automates the governance process and allows nodes' vendors to introduce user-friendly network topology management capabilities.

Speakers
avatar for Tsvetan Georgiev

Tsvetan Georgiev

Director, Senofi Inc
Tsvetan started his professional career in 2001 as a software developer. Since then he has been in different roles from development to architecture, management and consulting in enterprise technology and business applications development across different industries. Tsvetan has spent... Read More →
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Yanko Zhelyazkov

Architect, Senofi Inc
Yanko has spent the last 20 years as a software engineer, consultant, and solution architect amounting broad experience working on large scale projects in the retail, B2B (business to business), and commerce. He comes with extensive knowledge of running software projects from start... Read More →



Tuesday September 13, 2022 12:05 - 12:45 IST
Wicklow Meeting Room 1
  Technical

12:05 IST

Findy Agency — Highway to Verified Data Networks - Laura Vuorenoja & Harri Lainio, OP Financial Group
The Findy Agency team from OP Lab will present an overview of the Findy Agency Open Source project. The project provides a Hyperledger Aries compatible identity agency, a web wallet for individuals, and a low-code SSI service framework for organizations. The target is to ease the development of use cases utilizing identity wallets and verified data. The pragmatic solution architecture is different from other Aries DID agents by protocol symmetry, performance, and bindings to existing identity technologies like FIDO2. The team will overview the solution architecture, give background for the project design decisions, and showcase a demo.

Speakers
avatar for Laura Vuorenoja

Laura Vuorenoja

Senior Technology Strategist, OP Financial Group
Laura Vuorenoja is a full-stack developer and a hands-on architect with an extensive and versatile background in software development. She is currently researching self-sovereign identity and verified data in her team at OP Lab, the innovation unit of the largest bank in Finland (OP... Read More →
avatar for Harri Lainio

Harri Lainio

Senior Technology Strategist, OP Financial Group
Harri Lainio is a software architect who has designed and implemented distributed systems for over 30 years. He is passionate about solving theoretical computer science problems and likes to work near the hardware. Harri believes polyglot principle and thinks that every algorithm... Read More →



Tuesday September 13, 2022 12:05 - 12:45 IST
EcoCem Room

12:05 IST

Trusted Cross-Chain System Help Different Governmental Data Transfer With High Efficiency - Ziyi Zhang, Huawei Cloud
In this presentation Ziyi Zhang will introduce why the government offices need to use the cross-chain system. And what is the architecture for the system. How cross-chain system is working ? Why this kind of process can keep the atomicity, consistency ,isolation and durability of a cross-chain transaction. How different government offices build their cross-chain transactions. Ziyi Zhang will also introduce what they have done to connect Cactus to use their system as a bridge to build trusted connection with Chinese blockchain system.

Speakers
avatar for Ziyi Zhang

Ziyi Zhang

principle architect, Huawei cloud
Now working in Huawei Cloud as chief blockchain architect. Before working in Huawe I have worked in OneAPM, Oracle, Wensense and etc. As in different working position I have got many experiences in Security,Public Cloud and performance. It is great help for me to work as the cloud-oriented... Read More →


Tuesday September 13, 2022 12:05 - 12:45 IST
Wicklow Hall 2B
  Technical

12:30 IST

Demo: Interoperability between Hyperledger Fabric and Casper through Atomic Swap - Ashok Ranadive, CasperLabs & Shyam Nagarajan, IBM Consulting
Demonstration of asset transfer on a Permissioned network linked with payments on a Public network through HTLC using Weaver.


Speakers
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Shyam Nagarajan

Executive Partner, Web3.0 and Sustainability, IBM Consulting
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Ashok Ranadive

Director, Professional Services, CasperLabs


Tuesday September 13, 2022 12:30 - 12:45 IST
Wicklow Meeting Room 3

12:45 IST

Lunch
Tuesday September 13, 2022 12:45 - 14:15 IST
Sponsor Showcase, Level 3

13:00 IST

Community Fair
In order to help attendees find the right people to connect with, we’ll be setting up a Community Fair in the Sponsor Showcase. The Community Fair will have a series of table tops manned by people from different parts of the Hyperledger community who are interested in meeting and talking with attendees. This will include people from our Special Interest Groups who are implementing Hyperledger projects in a range of different industries, people from our Regional Communities who are traveling in from all over the world, and people from our Working Groups who are exploring technical questions about distributed ledgers.

Learn more here!

Tuesday September 13, 2022 13:00 - 14:00 IST
Sponsor Showcase, Level 3

13:00 IST

Hyperledger Foundation Team Office Hours
Meet with the Hyperledger Foundation staff to ask questions, learn about the wiki, or find new ways to be involved.

Tuesday September 13, 2022 13:00 - 14:00 IST
Sponsor Showcase, Level 3

14:15 IST

Demo: Migrating from Hyperledger Fabric Development Environment to Production Networks using GoFabric Orchestrator - Marcos Sarres, GoLedger
Speakers
avatar for Marcos Sarres

Marcos Sarres

CEO, GoLedger
Marcos Sarres is CEO of GoLedger, a company specialized in developing systems based on Hyperledger Fabric technology. He has also served as vice chairman of the Hyperledger Brazil Chapter since 2021. Marco has a history of development/investment on digital innovation projects and... Read More →



Tuesday September 13, 2022 14:15 - 14:30 IST
Wicklow Meeting Room 3

14:15 IST

A Sustainable Healthcare Ecosystem Based on Blockchain - Diógenes José Firmiano, IASIS
After more than 2 years of a pandemic, we live in another world. A world where inequality grows dramatically and with it, the difficulties in funding global health. The world has more than $3.5 trillion in annual health waste and as the population ages, the costs are likely to grow. After working on one of the largest healthcare interoperability projects in the world using blockchain (Brazil's National Health Data Network with more than 1.5 billion records), we have advanced in structuring a decentralized health digital wallet using DID and Hyperledger Indy and in the structuring of a dual blockchain model culminating in a DAO (Decentralized Autonomous Organisation) that aims to fund sustainable health projects around the world by reducing health waste spending for the less fortunate.

Speakers
avatar for Diógenes Firmiano

Diógenes Firmiano

CEO, IASIS
Diógenes is passionate about technology, innovation and human relations. He has almost 20 years of experience in information technology, project management and team management working for over 10 years in project and team management. He is responsible for business development and... Read More →



Tuesday September 13, 2022 14:15 - 14:55 IST
Wicklow Hall 1
  Business

14:15 IST

Defining a Metaverse that is Responsible by Design: Building Secure and Private Enterprise-Grade NFT - Bjorn Obermeier, Accenture
Today, many companies are hesitant to engage in the digital asset economy because of a wide range of risks. Building and scaling in the metaverse is dependent in part on the creation of enterprise-grade NFT systems that enable secure, confidential, and resilient transactions. This presentation will examine metaverse use cases, define what it means to build a responsible metaverse by design, and how enterprise-grade NFT platforms could drive mainstream adoption and drive value for businesses and consumers alike.

Speakers
avatar for Bjorn Obermeier

Bjorn Obermeier

Global Blockchain Capability Lead, Accenture
Björn Obermeier is the Global Blockchain Capability Lead within Accenture's Metaverse Continuum Business Group and helps to empower and design for a secure and responsible Metaverse with Blockchain and distributed systems. He has 20+ years of IT industry experience and explores the... Read More →



Tuesday September 13, 2022 14:15 - 14:55 IST
Wicklow Hall 2A

14:15 IST

Digital Identity Using the vLEI - Christoph Schneider, Global Legal Entity Identifier Foundation (GLEIF)
With heightened reliance on remotely delivered services and transactions, the need for safer and sounder digital identification and verification is required and will become the norm in the future. This especially is true looking forward to mandates for the adoption of zero trust frameworks in which digital credentials will be issued and then used for identification and operational purposes. GLEIF is committed to making concrete and lasting improvements to the process of identity verification by leveraging the Legal Entity Identifier (LEI) in digital tools. GLEIF has made the LEI verifiable by creating the vLEI (verifiable LEI) with digital credentials that deliver decentralized identification and verification for organizations as well as the persons who represent their organizations either in official or functional roles. GLEIF has made much progress on developing the governance, credentials and infrastructure since introducing the vLEI at the 2020 Hyperledger Global Forum and will share an updated at this progress in this session.

Speakers
avatar for Christoph Schneider

Christoph Schneider

Head of IT Development and Operations, Global Legal Entity Identifier Foundation (GLEIF)
Christoph Schneider is Head of IT Development and Operations at the Global Legal Entity Identifier Foundation (GLEIF). In June 2017, Christoph joined the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) as co-leader of the Technical Committee 68 FinTech Technical Advisory Group... Read More →



Tuesday September 13, 2022 14:15 - 14:55 IST
EcoCem Room

14:15 IST

Insight Into a Production-Ready Hyperledger Fabric Certificate Authority - Noah Elia Schär & Aaron Beer, PostFinance Inc.
In a private, permissioned blockchain, all participants must be identified. Hyperledger Fabric uses a Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) to manage these identities. For testing purposes, the Cryptogen tool can be used to initially create the crypto material. However, for a production network, its use is strongly discouraged. One important reason is that the entire lifecycle of the crypto material cannot be managed. Due to the limited documentation, the barrier to entry is high to build a production-ready PKI in Hyperledger Fabric. We at PostFinance TechLab have taken the leap and replaced Cryptogen with Hyperledger Fabric CA. In our presentation, we will explain the biggest differences and most importantly the benefits of Fabric CA. In addition, we will explain many of the lessons we learned during the trial & error implementation process with concrete examples and a demo. We break down the problem of moving to Fabric CA into individual steps and show how we built a state-of-the-art PKI that interoperates with the Hyperledger Fabric blockchain. We plan to make our learnings available for the official Hyperledger Fabric documentation.

Speakers
avatar for Noah Elia Schär

Noah Elia Schär

Blockchain Software Developer, PostFinance Inc.
Noah Schaer is a full-stack software developer and has been working with Hyperledger Fabric at PostFinance Inc. for one year. He has experience in maintaining a Hyperledger Fabric network and implementing Hyperledger Fabric CA. Noah is part of the TechLab team at PostFinance that... Read More →
avatar for Aaron Beer

Aaron Beer

Blockchain Software Developer, PostFinance Inc.
Aaron Beer is a software developer and works at PostFinance Inc. in the TechLab team. He is developing several productive full-stack solutions for the Hyperledger Fabric platform and helps maintaining and improving Postfinance's Hyperledger Fabric network. During the last year, he... Read More →



Tuesday September 13, 2022 14:15 - 14:55 IST
Wicklow Hall 2B
  Technical

14:15 IST

The Perun Framework: Towards Blockchain Scalability & Interoperability - Matthias Geihs, PolyCrypt GmbH
The Perun Framework is a toolkit for enabling blockchain scalability and interoperability through state channel technology, which is based on a series of renowned research papers. In this talk we want to give an overview of the Framework and how it can be used. We also want to highlight recent developments of the project and give an outlook on what's to come. Recent developments include the integration of Ethereum, Cosmos, and Polkadot blockchains. The integration of Dfinity and Fabric blockchains is in development. This means that Perun state channels can be used on all of these networks while the modular design of the Framework allows writing applications that are easy to port from one network to the other. We recently demonstrated cross-chain capabilities of Perun channels for the first time and are working on enabling this feature for all supported blockchains. Furthermore, we are looking to apply Perun channels in the context of Hyperledger Aries for enabling secure and trustless payments for verifiable credentials.

Speakers
avatar for Matthias Geihs

Matthias Geihs

Principal Software Architect, PolyCrypt GmbH
Matthias Geihs is a Principal Software Architect at the blockchain-focused startup PolyCrypt GmbH where he leads the development of the Perun Hyperledger Labs project, which focuses on blockchain scalability and interoperability. Before, he completed his PhD in Computer Security... Read More →



Tuesday September 13, 2022 14:15 - 14:55 IST
Wicklow Meeting Room 1

14:40 IST

Demo: Asset Tokenisation; A Privacy First Approach - Vivek Srivastava, Digital Asset
As more securities are dematerialized and more transactions move to distributed ledger
technology (DLT) platforms, effective asset tokenization holds the key to transforming issuance,
settlement and other processes in financial services. The benefits of such digitization are
clear—faster matching of buyers and sellers, quicker settlements, increased liquidity, stronger
risk management, and expanded investor access to digital assets.

Join Digital Asset for a 15 minute demo that will bring asset tokenization to life. In this session
you will learn about Daml, Digital Asset’s core technology, and how leveraging its latest
common data models, proven authorization, APIs, and a range of composable actions with
atomic execution are critical components to getting tokenization right.

Speakers
avatar for Vivek Srivastava

Vivek Srivastava

Technical Sales Engineer Director, Digital Asset



Tuesday September 13, 2022 14:40 - 14:55 IST
Wicklow Meeting Room 3
  Demo Theater
  • Slides Attached Yes

15:05 IST

Demo: How to Create, Transfer and Track Tokens with Hyperledger FireFly - Andrew Richardson & Nicko Guyer, Kaleido
The modeling, transfer and management of digital assets is the core programming foundation of blockchain. In this demo, we’ll show you how Hyperledger FireFly simplifies digital assets, making it easy to mint, transfer, and burn fungible and non-fungible tokens. You’ll learn how to use the FireFly Sandbox to test and iterate on tokens, and how to track token activity using the FireFly Explorer.

Speakers
avatar for Andrew Richardson

Andrew Richardson

Senior Full Stack Engineer, Kaleido
Andrew is a Full Stack Software Engineer at Kaleido, where he is a maintainer for Hyperledger FireFly as well as a consultant and architect for blockchain-backed business applications across multiple industries. Prior to his time at Kaleido, he spent 10+ years at Cisco developing... Read More →
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Nicko Guyer

Senior Full Stack Engineer, Kaleido
Nicko is a Full Stack Software Engineer at Kaleido where he is a maintainer and the Open Source Community Lead for Hyperledger FireFly. Prior to diving into the blockchain world, Nicko spent 8+ years in the Communications industry, building cloud-based, enterprise communication services... Read More →


Tuesday September 13, 2022 15:05 - 15:20 IST
Wicklow Meeting Room 3

15:05 IST

Implementing SSI and Token Economics in Metaverse using Blockchain - Vikram Sharma & Karthik Sukumaran, HCL Technologies Ltd
Metaverse is still in its infancy but it is attributed with a lot of potential to change how we socialize, play games, or conduct business. Metaverses are created with real-life like scenes to provide the users with real-world like experience using a combination of technologies. Those primarily include AR/VR/MR, Blockchain, 3D Content Creation tools, IoT and Artificial Intelligence. Most of the Metaverse currently existing are siloes and the identities of Users are also limited to platform itself. Thus, any assets created, or acquired in one Metaverse cannot be moved to another. The focus however has started moving towards interoperability and it is therefore imperative that the identity is decentralized and allows user to maintain relationships with multiple Metaverse with one identity. Also, many use-cases require users to prove that they are who they claim they are. This emphasizes the need for Verified Credentials and SSI. In this session, we would cover, how we can implement a SSI to be used for decentralization and enable token economics using Hyperledger projects. The session will also include the architecture, challenges and learnings from the implementation.

Speakers
avatar for Vikram Sharma

Vikram Sharma

Solutions Architect, HCL Technologies Ltd
Vikram Sharma is a Senior Architect for Emerging Technologies with HCL. He has 14 years of Industry experience and leads the Blockchain Practice at HCL. He is passionate about using technology to solve business problems and provides solution architecture, design and technology roadmaps... Read More →
avatar for Karthik Sukumaran

Karthik Sukumaran

Technical Architect, HCL Technologies Ltd
Karthik Sukumaran is a Technical Architect for Blockchain Technologies with HCL. He has 12 years of Industry experience and is part of the Blockchain Practice at HCL Technologies. Karthik is highly skilled in integrating multiple technology together and provide elegant Solutions to... Read More →


Tuesday September 13, 2022 15:05 - 15:45 IST
Wicklow Hall 2A

15:05 IST

Panel Discussion: Best Practices From Leading Healthcare and Life Sciences Blockchain Production Deployments and Advanced Research Investigations - Sophia Lopez, kaleido.io; Flora Nanda, Pfizer Digital; Alan Bachmann; Jim St. Clair, LF Public Health
This session will share the industry best practices and lessons learned across healthcare and life sciences enterprise consortia for building and governance, reference architectures, usability, management, and operation. 

Moderators
avatar for Jim St. Clair

Jim St. Clair

Executive Director, Linux Foundation Public Health
Executive Director, Linux Foundation Public Health (LFPH). LFPH builds, secures, and sustains open source software to help public health authorities (PHAs) combat COVID-19 and future epidemics. Previously, As the Chief Trust Officer for the Lumedic Exchange, the first internationally... Read More →

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Alan Bachmann

Specializes in researching and developing impactful innovations for emerging technologies including IoT (internet of things) and Blockchain (Hyperledger). A key technical leader representing in the Healthcare Industry. 
avatar for Flora Nanda

Flora Nanda

Technology and Process Lead, Pfizer Digital
Engaging, high performing technology product and digital transformation leader with 20+ years of experience of executing complex end-to-end enterprise projects and programs in challenging IT environments and startups. Flora is not confined to digital alone. She is obsessed with understanding... Read More →
avatar for Sophia Lopez

Sophia Lopez

Founder and President, kaleido.io
Sophia Lopez is a Founder and President of Kaleido, an award-winning digital transformation platform and a leading global blockchain-as-a-service. Its clients include the top healthcare and insurance networks, top third of the world’s largest banks and 80% of the world’s supply... Read More →


Tuesday September 13, 2022 15:05 - 15:45 IST
Wicklow Hall 1

15:05 IST

Panel Discussion: From Technology to Business Proposition: Creating the Case for Decentralized Identity - Trevor Butterworth, Indicio; JP George, Trinsic; Kaliya Young, Identity Woman
A global pandemic, working from home, and numerous technical breakthroughs mean that decentralized digital identities are no longer discussion points; they’re pilots, they’re products, they’re solutions to the chronic problems of verification, privacy, and security online. In this discussion we’ll examine how “decentralized,” “reusable,” or “self-sovereign” identity is meeting the needs of consumers, companies, organizations, and the public sector around the world, how it is creating opportunities for new kinds of digital interactions and relationships, what what you can do to adopt and benefit from this new technology now. *description provided by Trevor Butterworth

Moderators
avatar for Kaliya

Kaliya

Identity Expert, Identity Woman
Kaliya, widely known as the Identity Woman, is a top expert in decentralized / self-sovereign identity. She has committed her life to the development of an open standards based identity layer of the internet that empowers people. Kaliya co-founded the Internet Identity Workshop (IIW... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for JP George

JP George

VP of Engineering, Trinsic


Tuesday September 13, 2022 15:05 - 15:45 IST
EcoCem Room
  Business
  • Topic Identity
  • about Kaliya, widely known as the Identity Woman, is a top expert in decentralized / self-sovereign identity. She has committed her life to the development of an open standards based identity layer of the internet that empowers people. Kaliya co-founded the Internet Identity Workshop (IIW), which in the past 17 years has nurtured standards being used all over the internet, like OpenID Connect and OAuth. In January 2020 she was featured in Wired UK.

15:05 IST

Efficient Anonymous Updatable Credentials - Samuel Jaques, University of Oxford
Maybe you want to put your credentials on the blockchain, but you're worried about privacy. You don't want to be tracked every time you present your identity. One option is something called an accumulator. Accumulators use a short piece of data to represent a list of credentials, with users doing most of the work to maintain extra data to prove that they have a valid credential. Accumulators can easily issue and revoke credentials, and can be constructed with high privacy guarantees and little trust required. However, this makes them slow. Many variants on the classic constructions have been proposed to improve performance, but these compromise privacy and trust, sometimes in subtle ways. In this talk Sam will give an overview of what accumulators are, how they can be used, and describe some fundamental limits on the trade-off between privacy and efficiency. He and collaborators are working on a new approach which uses distributed trust to avoid some of the theoretical limits and create a completely anonymous accumulator that should be faster than previous methods.

Speakers
avatar for Samuel Jaques

Samuel Jaques

PhD Student, University of Oxford
Sam is a PhD student at the University of Oxford whose research focuses on cryptography and quantum computing, often on the resource requirements of quantum attacks. He has presented work at academic cryptography conferences including Crypto, Post Quantum Cryptography, and Elliptic... Read More →



Tuesday September 13, 2022 15:05 - 15:45 IST
Wicklow Meeting Room 1
  Technical

15:05 IST

Formalizing and Standardizing Blockchain Interoperability - Dhinakaran Vinayagamurthy, IBM & Rafael Belchior, Blockdaemon & Técnico Lisboa
With more blockchain networks being developed for specific applications and across layers of the stack, interoperability has emerged as one of the crucial features of blockchain technology to expand the blockchain tenets across multiple independent blockchain networks. Still a maturing technology, blockchain interoperability is undergoing research and development of solutions with different properties and tradeoffs. The technology necessary for achieving it is fragmented and a formal approach to the problem of general-purpose blockchain interoperability is still lacking. In this talk, Dhinakaran and Rafael will analyze the problem of blockchain interoperability from theoretical and practical standpoints. They will start by defining it and present an ontology for interoperability solutions. They will then present their existing standardization efforts in the IETF DLT Gateway Interoperability group. After that, they will present their ongoing work at the Hyperledger Interoperability Task Force on providing a formal security definition of interoperability across distributed ledgers using the framework of universal composability that is vetted by the cryptography research community.

Speakers
avatar for Dhinakaran Vinayagamurthy

Dhinakaran Vinayagamurthy

Research Scientist, IBM
Dhinakaran Vinayagamurthy is a Research Scientist at the IBM India Research Lab. His research interests are in cryptography, blockchain and quantum computing. He has research publications in reputed conferences on cryptographic primitives used for computing over encrypted data. At... Read More →
avatar for Rafael Belchior

Rafael Belchior

R&D Engineer, Blockdaemon & Técnico Lisboa
Rafael Belchior is a researcher at INESC-ID (Distributed Systems Group) and Ph.D. student at Técnico Lisboa, where he lectures since 2018. Studying the intersection of blockchain interoperability and security, he participates in different open-source ecosystems, namely at the Internet... Read More →


Tuesday September 13, 2022 15:05 - 15:45 IST
Wicklow Hall 2B

15:30 IST

Demo: How to Connect to Public and Private Chains with Hyperledger FireFly - Andrew Richardson & Nicko Guyer, Kaleido
For Enterprises looking to build a web3 strategy, it’s critical that they have a gateway to connect to the multi-chain, multi-protocol web3 world. In this demo, we’ll show you how Hyperledger FireFly makes it possible to build apps that connect to both public and private chains and integrate with existing back office systems.

Speakers
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Nicko Guyer

Senior Full Stack Engineer, Kaleido
Nicko is a Full Stack Software Engineer at Kaleido where he is a maintainer and the Open Source Community Lead for Hyperledger FireFly. Prior to diving into the blockchain world, Nicko spent 8+ years in the Communications industry, building cloud-based, enterprise communication services... Read More →
avatar for Andrew Richardson

Andrew Richardson

Senior Full Stack Engineer, Kaleido
Andrew is a Full Stack Software Engineer at Kaleido, where he is a maintainer for Hyperledger FireFly as well as a consultant and architect for blockchain-backed business applications across multiple industries. Prior to his time at Kaleido, he spent 10+ years at Cisco developing... Read More →


Tuesday September 13, 2022 15:30 - 15:45 IST
Wicklow Meeting Room 3

15:45 IST

Coffee Break
Tuesday September 13, 2022 15:45 - 16:30 IST
Sponsor Showcase, Level 3

15:45 IST

Community Fair
In order to help attendees find the right people to connect with, we’ll be setting up a Community Fair in the Sponsor Showcase. The Community Fair will have a series of table tops manned by people from different parts of the Hyperledger community who are interested in meeting and talking with attendees. This will include people from our Special Interest Groups who are implementing Hyperledger projects in a range of different industries, people from our Regional Communities who are traveling in from all over the world, and people from our Working Groups who are exploring technical questions about distributed ledgers.

Learn more here!

Tuesday September 13, 2022 15:45 - 16:30 IST
Sponsor Showcase, Level 3

15:45 IST

Hyperledger Foundation Team Office Hours
Meet with the Hyperledger Foundation staff to ask questions, learn about the wiki, or find new ways to be involved.

Tuesday September 13, 2022 15:45 - 16:30 IST
Sponsor Showcase, Level 3

16:30 IST

Demo: Hyperledger Fabric Development using CC-Tools GoLang Library - Marcos Sarres, GoLedger
Speakers
avatar for Marcos Sarres

Marcos Sarres

CEO, GoLedger
Marcos Sarres is CEO of GoLedger, a company specialized in developing systems based on Hyperledger Fabric technology. He has also served as vice chairman of the Hyperledger Brazil Chapter since 2021. Marco has a history of development/investment on digital innovation projects and... Read More →



Tuesday September 13, 2022 16:30 - 16:45 IST
Wicklow Meeting Room 3

16:30 IST

Blockchain, Biometrics and Geo-Location: Lessons Learned from the Implementation of Innovative Technologies at the United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund - Shashank Rai, United Nations Int
In January 2021, in accordance with its digital transformation strategy, UNJSPF deployed a solution based on blockchain and biometrics to transform a legacy process with a global reach (80K beneficiaries located in more than 195 countries). UNJSPF beneficiaries are required to sign and submit a ‘Certificate of Entitlement,’ or ‘CE,’ every year as a “proof of existence” and "proof of country of residence", to continue receiving their benefits. The UNJSPF ‘Digital CE solution" aimed to create, verify, and secure the digital identities of beneficiaries - while also preventing fraud – using biometrics; identifying their locations with geo-location technology; and storing transactions on an immutable, traceable and independently auditable ledger, using the Hyperledger Indy blockchain platform. This session highlights the lessons learned after the first year of implementation of the Digital CE solution, addressing both technical and process related aspects of the deployment. This solution was selected as a finalist of two prestigious awards: The 2021 UN-Secretary-General's award for innovation and sustainability; and the 2020 Gartner’s Eye on Innovation Awards for Government.

Speakers
avatar for Shashank Rai

Shashank Rai

Chief Technology Officer, UNICC
Over twenty years in the technology arena, I've worked for various verticals such as telecoms, air travel industry, financial services, bio-technology, energy in various capacities, for both commercial and not-for-profit segments.As the CTO of United Nations International Computing... Read More →



Tuesday September 13, 2022 16:30 - 17:10 IST
Wicklow Hall 2A
  Business

16:30 IST

Saudi Aramco, Procure to Pay Eco-System - Ali Safri, Avanza Innovations & Abdullah M Askari, Saudi Aramco
As the largest Oil & Gas and the most profitable company in the world, Saudi Aramco has complex procurement & payment processes. Contracting, delivery & payment processes with hundreds of suppliers across thousands of services & orders is tedious and entangled with heaps of documentary proofs, verification reports, third party evaluations & a barrage of internal checks & controls. Despite investing in some of the best ERP technologies, Saudi Aramco & it’s suppliers face a multitude of challenges, delays & even disputes in procurement & payment cycles. Avanza helped Aramco address these age-old challenges, discrepancies & in-efficiencies by developing a HLF Based Procure to Pay platform. Deployed on IBM’s IBP, the Platform helps streamline & automate entire delivery related documentation & verifications in real time, thereby bringing huge efficiencies to the overall invoice verification & payment processes. Tightly coupled with complex contract terms, platform is a self-regulating network that enables Aramco’s suppliers & internal departments to agree on all aspects of services, goods delivered & associated payments. Platform was launched in Aug 21 & is rolled out to 13 suppliers.

Speakers
avatar for Ali Safri

Ali Safri

CTO, Avanza Innovations
Ali Safri is an expert technologist with 20+ years of industry experience in enabling financial, oil and gas, governments and private sector to realize value using innovative technology solutions including blockchain and Artificial intelligence. Ali heads the technology wing of Avanza... Read More →
avatar for Abdullah M AlAskari

Abdullah M AlAskari

IT Systems Analyst, Saudi Aramco
Abdullah AlAskari is an IT Systems Analyst with 15 years of experience working for Saudi Aramco. Abdullah specialized in designing, implementing, and supporting Hydrocarbon Management financial applications using SAP. After shifting to Blockchain world in 2019, Abdullah started working... Read More →


Tuesday September 13, 2022 16:30 - 17:10 IST
Wicklow Hall 1

16:30 IST

US Digital Currency: Opportunities, Challenges and Strategies - Jim Mason, DTCC
Working in the DLT / blockchain space delivering solutions on different platforms, Jim will review the digital currency landscape with a focus on FinTech solutions for CBDC ( Central Bank Digital Currency ) in the US. CBDCs have been researched by many countries and a few have implemented a CBDC. With the US Executive Order in March 2022, the goal is now to understand the value of a US CBDC in the economy, financial markets and trade and recommend how a CBDC should be implemented. We will identify CBDC directions from the Executive Order and the research the Federal Reserve and other organizations delivered. The Digital Dollar Project, a partnership of Accenture and the Digital Dollar Foundation, is leading the discussion and exploration on US CBDC with other organizations including DTCC. We’ll review work on a Fed Coin, the Hamilton project ( OpenCbdc ) reviewing scalable architecture concepts for a CBDC and the Lithium project ( part of the Digital Dollar Project ) which uses CBDC for immediate settlement of security trades between parties that can be regulatory compliant. Attendees will get a deeper understanding of the goals, challenges and potential benefits of US CBDC.

Speakers
avatar for Jim Mason

Jim Mason

DLT Architect, DTCC
Jim is an experienced leader who enjoys building teams and helping businesses deliver new data solutions, services, products and applications using new technologies improving internal operations and partner networks in manufacturing, financial services, banking, healthcare, supply... Read More →



Tuesday September 13, 2022 16:30 - 17:10 IST
EcoCem Room

16:30 IST

Fabric, Ahoy! Cloud-Native Fabric and the Open Source Kubernetes Operator - Josh Kneubuhl, IBM

Fabric, Ahoy! This presentation will review the progress towards realizing a “cloud native” platform for Hyperledger Fabric. Josh will review recent advancements in the deployment, development, and management of Fabric networks using modern, cloud-native best practices. Topics include a high-level overview and summary of the state of the art: The Open Source fabric-operator, cloud native container development, the k8s chaincode builder, and interoperability across development, hybrid, and public clouds.

Speakers
avatar for Josh Kneubuhl

Josh Kneubuhl

IBM Research, IBM
Mr. Kneubuhl (Josh) has spent the last two decades ushering next generation technologies into fruition as successful product ventures. As a Technical Staff Member at IBM Research, Josh is focused on driving innovations in the blockchain into reality, solving problems for customers... Read More →



Tuesday September 13, 2022 16:30 - 17:10 IST
Wicklow Meeting Room 1
  Technical

16:30 IST

Panel Discussion: Blockchain Interoperability with Hyperledger Cactus, Weaver, and YUI - Takuma Takeuchi, Fujitsu; Tracy Kuhrt, Accenture; Venkatraman Ramakrishna, IBM; Susumu Toriumi, Datachain
Join this session to take a deeper dive into blockchain interoperability and hear open-collaboration examples of how the three key Hyperledger blockchain interoperability projects are addressing challenges. During the panel discussion, you'll hear from the project maintainers, Venkatraman Ramakrishna from Hyperledger Labs Weaver, Susumu Toriumi from Hyperledger Labs YUI, Peter Somogyvari and Takuma Takeuchi from Hyperledger Cactus. These maintainers will each discuss progress updates, past and current contributions, and plans to ensure these different blockchain interoperability initiatives can work cohesively, while maintaining standardization and avoiding redundancy.

Moderators
avatar for Tracy Kuhrt

Tracy Kuhrt

Hyperledger TSC Chair; Associate Director, Metaverse Continuum Architecture at Accenture, Accenture
Tracy Kuhrt is a Technology Architect within Accenture’s Metaverse Continuum business group with 20+ years of experience covering the entire software development lifecycle. Tracy has been involved in the blockchain space since 2015, with a focus on Hyperledger. At Accenture, besides... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Takuma Takeuchi

Takuma Takeuchi

Research Manager, Fujitsu
Takuma is a Research Manager of the Data & Security Research Laboratory within Fujitsu Limited responsible for blockchain interoperability technologies that are critical to Fujitsu's Sustainable Manufacturing plays. He is also working as one of the maintainers of Hyperledger Cactus... Read More →
avatar for Susumu Toriumi

Susumu Toriumi

Senior Manager, Datachain
After completing a PhD (Information Science and Engineering), Susumu engaged in strategy development and new business projects for a wide range of clients such as consumer goods, logistics and insurance at the Boston Consulting Group. At Datachain, he is involved in business development... Read More →
avatar for Venkatraman Ramakrishna

Venkatraman Ramakrishna

Senior Researcher, IBM
Venkatraman Ramakrishna is a Senior Researcher in IBM Research-India (Bangalore) and an IBM Quantum Ambassador. Following a B. Tech. from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur and an MS and PhD (ubiquitous computing) from UCLA, he worked in the Bing Infrastructure team... Read More →


Tuesday September 13, 2022 16:30 - 17:10 IST
Wicklow Hall 2B

17:20 IST

Accelerated Hyperledger Fabric for Supply Chain Applications in Semiconductor Industry - Muthukumar Kumaraswamy & Haris Javaid, AMD
Efficient supply chain tracking is a key requirement in semiconductor industry to limit the grey market by providing transparency, product provenance and detection of counterfeit units. It is estimated that 7.5 billion dollars are wasted in semiconductor grey market every year. AMD has developed a Hyperledger Fabric based solution for tracking of its supply chain operations to provide increased transparency and product provenance, thus reducing the impact of grey market. Since performance at scale is a key requirement, FPGA based hardware acceleration is used which can enable processing of tens of thousands of transactions per second. This session will discuss production implementation challenges, use of hardware acceleration, automated deployment processes, and a short demo at the end. The audience will leave the session with a better understanding of designing a scalable supply chain application for the semiconductor industry, leveraging hardware acceleration technology.

Speakers
MK

Muthukumar Kumaraswamy

Director Business Systems, AMD
Muthukumar Kumaraswamy is the Director of Business Systems at AMD. He leverages his in-depth understanding of business challenges and extensive technical knowledge to drive effective, forward-thinking, and end-to-end technology strategies. Muthu is currently responsible for Enterprise... Read More →
avatar for Haris Javaid

Haris Javaid

Senior Staff Researcher, AMD
Dr. Haris Javaid is a Senior Staff Researcher at AMD, and is currently leading blockchain research efforts at the Singapore office, especially performance improvement and scalability of permissioned blockchains. His broader research interests include domain specific accelerators for... Read More →



Tuesday September 13, 2022 17:20 - 18:00 IST
Wicklow Hall 1
  Business

17:20 IST

Hosted Discussion: Rhode Island Leads on Digital Identity Solutions with Hyperledger - Liz Tanner, State of Rhode Island & Jim Mason, DTCC
The smallest state in the US has become a leader in digital transformation in government under the leadership of Liz Tanner, Director, Dept. of Business Regulation. She has led the transformation for Digital Identity and Credentials in the state. Her department manages all the licenses and credentials for businesses and individuals. That covers accounting, restaurants, banking and all other types of businesses and professionals operating in the state. Leveraging Hyperledger Indy and Aries, Liz has delivered an MVP solution to issue SSI ( Self-Sovereign Identities ) to individuals and organizations using digital wallets. Licenses issued are credentials that a party can choose to share with others to validate their identity or credentials. Liz will cover Rhode Island’s digital transformation journey: how they got here, the opportunities they are focused on, the challenges they’ve identified and the forward strategies they use to deliver identity and digital solutions for digital government.

Speakers
avatar for Liz Tanner

Liz Tanner

Secretary of Commerce, State of Rhode Island
Elizabeth (“Liz”) Tanner was appointed Rhode Island Secretary of Commerce in June 2022, under Governor Daniel McKee. In that role, she administers the Executive Office of Commerce, the state agency charged with promoting commerce and fostering an economic environment in which... Read More →
avatar for Jim Mason

Jim Mason

DLT Architect, DTCC
Jim is an experienced leader who enjoys building teams and helping businesses deliver new data solutions, services, products and applications using new technologies improving internal operations and partner networks in manufacturing, financial services, banking, healthcare, supply... Read More →


Tuesday September 13, 2022 17:20 - 18:00 IST
Wicklow Hall 2A

17:20 IST

Creating a Retail CBDC Prototype With Hyperledger Fabric - Imre Kocsis, Budapest University of Technology and Economics
While the debate about CBDCs has been going on for years now, there are very few publicly accessible implementations. This was even more true in 2021, when in a research cooperation with the Hungarian National Bank (MNB), a team at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME) set out to create one - as a prerequisite for researching the future applications of CBDCs in smart contract ecosystems. Join for this talk Imre Kocsis, a lead expert of the team who created this hybrid CBDC prototype, who gives a tour of the design goals, design decisions and the implementation. The technical highlights include an Ethereum-style pseudonymous CBDC ledger over Hyperledger Fabric; financial institutions acting as CBDC minters (by conversion) and end-user transaction relays; and financial institution based "bridging out" of a CBDC to a permissioned Ethereum network, using Hyperledger Cactus. Performance figures are also provided. Maybe even more importantly than a proof-of-feasibility for a Fabric-based retail CBDC, many open questions became apparent; e.g., the regulatory compliance of private blockchains "trusted" with CBDCs. An overview of these challenges will be also given.

Speakers
avatar for Imre Kocsis

Imre Kocsis

assistant professor, Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Imre Kocsis is an assistant professor at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME), Budapest, Hungary. His research focus areas are the resilience and performance of consortial blockchain solutions and Central Bank Digital Currencies. Currently, he is working on CBDC-related... Read More →



Tuesday September 13, 2022 17:20 - 18:00 IST
EcoCem Room
  Technical

17:20 IST

Elevating Trust with cert-manager in Hyperledger Fabric - Alexander Meijer, Corsha, Inc.
Trust is a key issue in any network, but is perhaps of paramount importance in blockchain networks. It is so crucial, in fact, that "Trust" and its derivatives are mentioned no less than 14 times in Satoshi's seminal Bitcoin whitepaper. Hyperledger Fabric networks are no exception; in Fabric, trust flows from the Certificate Authorities (CAs) to every participant on the network who utilize that trust to transact according to their role. Operating these CAs properly, then, is central to the trust and security model of Fabric. In this discussion, Alex will reinforce why using centralized PKI generators (such as cryptogen) presents a trust risk for production networks. Corsha's experiences with the Fabric CA will also be discussed, and why it was ultimately decided that the operational overhead of that system made ongoing maintenance challenging. Alex will introduce the cert-manager project and go over how Corsha integrated that with their Kubernetes-native Hyperledger Fabric networks. Finally, Alex will propose a Fabric network architecture that does not rely on a trusted setup and does not require any CA servers, with fully automated certificate management.

Speakers
AM

Alex Meijer

Head of Infrastructure, Corsha, Inc.
Alex is Corsha's Head of Infrastructure, and is responsible for ensuring that Corsha's products are built and deployed using the latest possible Infrastructure as Code techniques. He has recently worked on managing the trust relationships of Corsha's various Kubernetes-based Hyperledger... Read More →



Tuesday September 13, 2022 17:20 - 18:00 IST
Wicklow Meeting Room 1
  Technical

17:20 IST

Making Distributed Ledgers Interoperable Using Weaver (Hyperledger Labs) - Venkatraman Ramakrishna, IBM
The emergence of DeFi and CBDC have created a pressing need for blockchain/DLT interoperability. Several research and development efforts have focused on this challenge, as interoperability is a key ingredient for Web3. In this talk, Ramakrishna will present the unique value proposition of Weaver, a Hyperledger Labs project, and show how it advances the state-of-the-art in DLT interoperability by enabling almost any cross-network operation using a combination of basic interoperability modes. He will describe the Weaver architecture, built on design principles of network self-sovereignty, avoidance of DLT modifications, and eschewing trusted mediators and third-party blockchains. Ramakrishna will show how Weaver implements protocols for cross-network data sharing, asset exchange, and asset transfer, leveraging the networks' native consensus mechanisms. These protocols have been used and validated by the Bank of France and HSBC to communicate ledger state and effect delivery-vs-payment across the boundaries of CBDC and securities networks built on Fabric and Corda. He will conclude the presentation with a list of features and supported DLTs in Weaver and the project's future roadmap.

Speakers
avatar for Venkatraman Ramakrishna

Venkatraman Ramakrishna

Senior Researcher, IBM
Venkatraman Ramakrishna is a Senior Researcher in IBM Research-India (Bangalore) and an IBM Quantum Ambassador. Following a B. Tech. from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur and an MS and PhD (ubiquitous computing) from UCLA, he worked in the Bing Infrastructure team... Read More →



Tuesday September 13, 2022 17:20 - 18:00 IST
Wicklow Hall 2B
  Technical

19:30 IST

All Attendee Party
Come eat, drink, mix and mingle with fellow attendees at the iconic Guinness Storehouse! Immerse yourself in over 80 years of groundbreaking print, digital, and TV campaigns in the Guinness World of Advertising on the 3rd floor of the storehouse. Hyperledger Global Forum’s main space will be in the World of Advertising, however, attendees are welcome to explore each floor of the storehouse. Attendees from both Hyperledger Global Forum and Open Source Summit Europe will be in attendance, making this a prime networking opportunity for all!

Transportation Information:
Bus Pick-up Locations, starting at 19:00: Hilton Garden Inn, The Gibson Hotel, Convention Centre Dublin

Buses will transport attendees from the Guinness Storehouse back to the pick-up locations starting at 21:00. The last shuttle will depart at 23:15. Linux Foundation Staff will be available to guide attendees to/from the buses.

Tuesday September 13, 2022 19:30 - 22:30 IST
Guinness Storehouse, 3rd Floor St. James's Gate, Dublin 8, D08 VF8H, Ireland
 
Wednesday, September 14
 

08:00 IST

Registration & Badge Pick-up
Wednesday September 14, 2022 08:00 - 17:00 IST
Gibson Hotel Point Square, North Dock, Dublin, D01 X2P2, Ireland

09:00 IST

Workshop : Developing Applications with Hyperledger Fabric - Josh Kneubuhl, IBM
Hyperledger Fabric has traditionally presented an incredibly steep learning curve for application developers. In this technical workshop, we will conduct a series of interactive sessions highlighting recent advancements to Fabric, enabling rapid development, test, validation, and deployment with modern, cloud-native workflows. The workshop will be presented as four, one-hour sessions, reviewing major improvements in application development practices. * Cloud Native Fabric : Deploy a Test Network locally, using the open-source “fabric-operator” and a virtual Kubernetes in Docker (KIND) * Chaincode as a Service: Create, build, and deploy smart contracts attached to a local debugger / IDE. In, this session will review the impacts of migrating Fabric from Docker towards a generic, containerd runtime. * Gateway Client SDKs : This session highlights the use of the new Gateway SDKs for managing reliable, simple connectivity to a Fabric peer network. * Token Applications: The session concludes the workshop, assembling a network, smart contracts, and gateway client applications with an example scenario illustrating the definition and exchange of Digital Assets and Tokens.

Assisting with the workshop will be: David Enyeart, Matthew White & Mark Lewis.

Speakers
avatar for David Enyeart

David Enyeart

Dave Enyeart is a Hyperledger Fabric maintainer and serves as the Fabric release manager, responsible for guiding open source contributions from requirements and design through implementation, test, and documentation. Dave enjoys working with the blockchain community and helping users... Read More →
avatar for Matthew White

Matthew White

One of the main themes of Matthew White’s career has been integration of software technologies, to make better products, more reliable software solutions, and developer’s life easier and more productive. Currently he is one of the lead maintainers on Hyperledger Fabric, notably... Read More →
avatar for Mark Lewis

Mark Lewis

Mark is a software engineer in IBM Research. He has worked on a diverse range of software development projects, from investment banking settlement systems to intelligence analysis software. Mark spent a decade as a technical consultant, technical lead and people manager developing... Read More →
avatar for Josh Kneubuhl

Josh Kneubuhl

IBM Research, IBM
Mr. Kneubuhl (Josh) has spent the last two decades ushering next generation technologies into fruition as successful product ventures. As a Technical Staff Member at IBM Research, Josh is focused on driving innovations in the blockchain into reality, solving problems for customers... Read More →


Wednesday September 14, 2022 09:00 - 10:30 IST
Gibson Hotel - Stratocaster A - 3rd Floor Point Square, North Dock, Dublin, D01 X2P2, Ireland

09:00 IST

Workshop: How To Build a Self-Sovereign Identity Agent With Hyperledger Aries Framework JavaScript
Speakers
avatar for Timo Glastra

Timo Glastra

CTO, Animo Solutions
Fighting for privacy by increasing the adoption of decentralized identity technologies. Maintainer of Hyperledger Aries Framework JavaScript, ask me anything about SSI or Hyperledger Aries!
JK

Jakub Koci

Software Engineer, ABSA
Jakub works as a software engineer in the Blockchain team at Absa bank. Absa is Sovrin steward and our team is building KYC solution with Hyperledger Indy and Aries. He loves to spread a word about SSI and he already gave talks about SSI, Sovrin and Hyperledger Indy at Hyperledger... Read More →
avatar for Berend Sliedrecht

Berend Sliedrecht

Software Engineer, Animo Solutions
An efficient and practical developer with an interest in cryptography. working daily with the Hyperledger Aries stack to make SSI accessible to everyone.


Wednesday September 14, 2022 09:00 - 10:30 IST
Gibson Hotel - Stratocaster B - 3rd Floor Point Square, North Dock, Dublin, D01 X2P2, Ireland

09:00 IST

Workshop: How to Build Full-stack Web3 apps Faster with FireFly SuperNodes - Nicko Guyer & Andrew Richardson, Kaleido
Hyperledger FireFly is the first open-source Supernode: a complete stack for enterprises to build and scale secure Web3 applications. FireFly features a full suite of APIs and microservices that simplify the plumbing layers of blockchain development. This lets developers focus on the good parts of building a Web3 app, making it possible to get to production much, much faster. In this session we’ll show you how building an app on a FireFly SuperNode can radically speed up your development time. You’ll learn how to: -Use FireFly’s APIs as the building blocks for your Web3 app -Build an enterprise multi-party network with multiple FireFly nodes -Use FireFly as an enterprise Web3 gateway working with both public and private blockchains With live coding and easy-to-follow steps, you’ll have everything you need to build and run your own blockchain powered app. This session is targeted to developers of intermediate skill level and above. New developers may still find it informative, as Hyperledger FireFly is very approachable. At the same time, it is also flexible and customizable to meet the needs of experienced blockchain developers.

Speakers
avatar for Andrew Richardson

Andrew Richardson

Senior Full Stack Engineer, Kaleido
Andrew is a Full Stack Software Engineer at Kaleido, where he is a maintainer for Hyperledger FireFly as well as a consultant and architect for blockchain-backed business applications across multiple industries. Prior to his time at Kaleido, he spent 10+ years at Cisco developing... Read More →
NG

Nicko Guyer

Senior Full Stack Engineer, Kaleido
Nicko is a Full Stack Software Engineer at Kaleido where he is a maintainer and the Open Source Community Lead for Hyperledger FireFly. Prior to diving into the blockchain world, Nicko spent 8+ years in the Communications industry, building cloud-based, enterprise communication services... Read More →


Wednesday September 14, 2022 09:00 - 10:30 IST
Gibson Hotel - Stratocaster C - 3rd Floor Point Square, North Dock, Dublin, D01 X2P2, Ireland

10:30 IST

Coffee Break
Wednesday September 14, 2022 10:30 - 11:00 IST
Gibson Hotel Point Square, North Dock, Dublin, D01 X2P2, Ireland

11:00 IST

(Continued) Workshop: Developing Applications with Hyperledger Fabric - Josh Kneubuhl, IBM
Hyperledger Fabric has traditionally presented an incredibly steep learning curve for application developers. In this technical workshop, we will conduct a series of interactive sessions highlighting recent advancements to Fabric, enabling rapid development, test, validation, and deployment with modern, cloud-native workflows. The workshop will be presented as four, one-hour sessions, reviewing major improvements in application development practices. * Cloud Native Fabric : Deploy a Test Network locally, using the open-source “fabric-operator” and a virtual Kubernetes in Docker (KIND) * Chaincode as a Service: Create, build, and deploy smart contracts attached to a local debugger / IDE. In, this session will review the impacts of migrating Fabric from Docker towards a generic, containerd runtime. * Gateway Client SDKs : This session highlights the use of the new Gateway SDKs for managing reliable, simple connectivity to a Fabric peer network. * Token Applications: The session concludes the workshop, assembling a network, smart contracts, and gateway client applications with an example scenario illustrating the definition and exchange of Digital Assets and Tokens.

Assisting with the workshop will be: David Enyeart, Matthew White & Mark Lewis.

Speakers
avatar for David Enyeart

David Enyeart

Dave Enyeart is a Hyperledger Fabric maintainer and serves as the Fabric release manager, responsible for guiding open source contributions from requirements and design through implementation, test, and documentation. Dave enjoys working with the blockchain community and helping users... Read More →
avatar for Matthew White

Matthew White

One of the main themes of Matthew White’s career has been integration of software technologies, to make better products, more reliable software solutions, and developer’s life easier and more productive. Currently he is one of the lead maintainers on Hyperledger Fabric, notably... Read More →
avatar for Mark Lewis

Mark Lewis

Mark is a software engineer in IBM Research. He has worked on a diverse range of software development projects, from investment banking settlement systems to intelligence analysis software. Mark spent a decade as a technical consultant, technical lead and people manager developing... Read More →
avatar for Josh Kneubuhl

Josh Kneubuhl

IBM Research, IBM
Mr. Kneubuhl (Josh) has spent the last two decades ushering next generation technologies into fruition as successful product ventures. As a Technical Staff Member at IBM Research, Josh is focused on driving innovations in the blockchain into reality, solving problems for customers... Read More →


Wednesday September 14, 2022 11:00 - 12:30 IST
Gibson Hotel - Stratocaster A - 3rd Floor Point Square, North Dock, Dublin, D01 X2P2, Ireland

11:00 IST

(Continued) Workshop: How To Build a Self-Sovereign Identity Agent With Hyperledger Aries Framework JavaScript
Speakers
JK

Jakub Koci

Software Engineer, ABSA
Jakub works as a software engineer in the Blockchain team at Absa bank. Absa is Sovrin steward and our team is building KYC solution with Hyperledger Indy and Aries. He loves to spread a word about SSI and he already gave talks about SSI, Sovrin and Hyperledger Indy at Hyperledger... Read More →
avatar for Timo Glastra

Timo Glastra

CTO, Animo Solutions
Fighting for privacy by increasing the adoption of decentralized identity technologies. Maintainer of Hyperledger Aries Framework JavaScript, ask me anything about SSI or Hyperledger Aries!
avatar for Berend Sliedrecht

Berend Sliedrecht

Software Engineer, Animo Solutions
An efficient and practical developer with an interest in cryptography. working daily with the Hyperledger Aries stack to make SSI accessible to everyone.


Wednesday September 14, 2022 11:00 - 12:30 IST
Gibson Hotel - Stratocaster B - 3rd Floor Point Square, North Dock, Dublin, D01 X2P2, Ireland

11:00 IST

(Continued) Workshop: How to Build Full-stack Web3 apps Faster with FireFly SuperNodes - Nicko Guyer & Andrew Richardson, Kaleido
Hyperledger FireFly is the first open-source Supernode: a complete stack for enterprises to build and scale secure Web3 applications. FireFly features a full suite of APIs and microservices that simplify the plumbing layers of blockchain development. This lets developers focus on the good parts of building a Web3 app, making it possible to get to production much, much faster. In this session we’ll show you how building an app on a FireFly SuperNode can radically speed up your development time. You’ll learn how to: -Use FireFly’s APIs as the building blocks for your Web3 app -Build an enterprise multi-party network with multiple FireFly nodes -Use FireFly as an enterprise Web3 gateway working with both public and private blockchains With live coding and easy-to-follow steps, you’ll have everything you need to build and run your own blockchain powered app. This session is targeted to developers of intermediate skill level and above. New developers may still find it informative, as Hyperledger FireFly is very approachable. At the same time, it is also flexible and customizable to meet the needs of experienced blockchain developers.

Speakers
avatar for Andrew Richardson

Andrew Richardson

Senior Full Stack Engineer, Kaleido
Andrew is a Full Stack Software Engineer at Kaleido, where he is a maintainer for Hyperledger FireFly as well as a consultant and architect for blockchain-backed business applications across multiple industries. Prior to his time at Kaleido, he spent 10+ years at Cisco developing... Read More →
NG

Nicko Guyer

Senior Full Stack Engineer, Kaleido
Nicko is a Full Stack Software Engineer at Kaleido where he is a maintainer and the Open Source Community Lead for Hyperledger FireFly. Prior to diving into the blockchain world, Nicko spent 8+ years in the Communications industry, building cloud-based, enterprise communication services... Read More →


Wednesday September 14, 2022 11:00 - 12:30 IST
Gibson Hotel - Stratocaster C - 3rd Floor Point Square, North Dock, Dublin, D01 X2P2, Ireland

12:30 IST

Lunch Break
Wednesday September 14, 2022 12:30 - 14:00 IST

14:30 IST

Workshop: Hyperledger Bevel - Sownak Roy & Suvajit Sarkar, Accenture
In this workshop, the presenters will showcase usage of Hyperledger Bevel to deploy a DLT network. This is a hands-on workshop and participants are expected to have a Cloud Kubernetes cluster with Hashicorp Vault installed. In this workshop the presenters will chose one of the supported DLT platforms and guide everyone on how to edit the configuration file and deploy the network. Linux or Mac OS is preferred as it will be docker based which does not work on Windows natively. If using Windows, please ensure that you are able to run Docker daemon on it. The presenters will also show how to debug the network deployment so that you can progress to the next steps.

See below for prerequisites:
  1. A cloud account
  2. Github Account
  3. Ability to run Docker commands


Speakers
avatar for Sownak Roy

Sownak Roy

Tech Innovation Strategy Manager, Accenture
Sownak works as a Tech Innovation Manager and Architect at Accenture. Sownak is the product owner of Hyperledger Bevel and is committed to better the usability of the product in the open-source community. In his day job, Sownak works as a Distributed Systems Architect with all the... Read More →
avatar for Suvajit Sarkar

Suvajit Sarkar

Product Assoc Manager, Accenture
Suvajit is Product Manager at Accenture India. Suvajit is the main maintainer of Hyperledger Bevel and has contributed many lines of code for this project. Suvajit organises all the sprint/release related activities for Hyperledger Bevel and also works as one of the main contributor... Read More →



Wednesday September 14, 2022 14:30 - 16:00 IST
Gibson Hotel - Stratocaster B - 3rd Floor Point Square, North Dock, Dublin, D01 X2P2, Ireland
  Workshop

14:30 IST

Workshop: Moving Central Bank Digital Currency from Conception to Reality with Hyperledger Technologies - Elli Androulaki, Angelo De Caro & Dhinakaran Vinayagamurthy, IBM; Nicolas de Labarre, Banque De France; Joris Huynh & Mathilde Ffrench, IBM Consultin
Central Bank Digital Currency, as defined by the Bank of International Investments, is a new form of digital money with a central bank liability which serves both as a medium of exchange and store of value. The goal is to retain all the benefits of cash and pushing beyond this by improving on multiple dimensions: Robustness, Privacy, Compliance, Accessibility, and Programmability to name a few. This will be a workshop jointly held by domain experts (Banks), and technology providers (IBM), providing an overview of Central Bank Digital Currency use-cases, and how (Hyperledger) enterprise Blockchain technologies address many of these requirements in on-going or completed experimentations on that front. In particular, in this talk we will show how Central Bank Digital Currency systems can move from conception (use-case description & requirements overview) to reality with deep-dives and hands-on sessions on Hyperledger Labs Token SDK and Weaver Interoperability Framework combined.

Speakers
avatar for Dhinakaran Vinayagamurthy

Dhinakaran Vinayagamurthy

Research Scientist, IBM
Dhinakaran Vinayagamurthy is a Research Scientist at the IBM India Research Lab. His research interests are in cryptography, blockchain and quantum computing. He has research publications in reputed conferences on cryptographic primitives used for computing over encrypted data. At... Read More →
avatar for Angelo De Caro

Angelo De Caro

Senior Research Scientist, IBM
Angelo De Caro is a Senior Research Scientist at IBM Research Lab in Zurich, Switzerland with technical leadership responsibilities on the Central Bank Digital Currency Research area. Angelo is a member of the Hyperledger Technical Steering Committee, one of the architects of Hyperledger... Read More →
avatar for Elli Androulaki

Elli Androulaki

Distinguished Research Scientist, Decentralised Trust Research Strategy & Manager, IBM
Dr. Elli Androulaki is a Distinguished Research Scientist and Research Manager at the IBM Research Lab in Zurich, Switzerland with responsibilities on Global research strategy in the Decentralised Trust area. Elli completed her PhD in the area of applied cryptography aiming to address... Read More →
avatar for Nicolas de Labarre

Nicolas de Labarre

Head of Service INSPIR - Innovation and Product Support for European Market Infrastructures, Banque De France
avatar for Joris Huynh

Joris Huynh

Senior Manager, Blockchain & Innovation, IBM Consulting
Joris Huynh is a Senior Manager at IBM France, in the consulting division. As part of his work at IBM, Joris has lead multiple blockchain engagements with various clients from all sectors - and more specifically over the last 3 years, Joris has led a team working on a CBDC platfo... Read More →


Wednesday September 14, 2022 14:30 - 16:00 IST
Gibson Hotel - Stratocaster A - 3rd Floor Point Square, North Dock, Dublin, D01 X2P2, Ireland

16:00 IST

Coffee Break
Wednesday September 14, 2022 16:00 - 16:30 IST
Gibson Hotel Point Square, North Dock, Dublin, D01 X2P2, Ireland

16:30 IST

(Continued) Workshop: Hyperledger Bevel - Sownak Roy & Suvajit Sarkar, Accenture
In this workshop, the presenters will showcase usage of Hyperledger Bevel to deploy a DLT network. This is a hands-on workshop and participants are expected to have a Cloud Kubernetes cluster with Hashicorp Vault installed. In this workshop the presenters will chose one of the supported DLT platforms and guide everyone on how to edit the configuration file and deploy the network. Linux or Mac OS is preferred as it will be docker based which does not work on Windows natively. If using Windows, please ensure that you are able to run Docker daemon on it. The presenters will also show how to debug the network deployment so that you can progress to the next steps.

See below for prerequisites:
  1. A cloud account
  2. Github Account
  3. Ability to run Docker commands


Speakers
avatar for Sownak Roy

Sownak Roy

Tech Innovation Strategy Manager, Accenture
Sownak works as a Tech Innovation Manager and Architect at Accenture. Sownak is the product owner of Hyperledger Bevel and is committed to better the usability of the product in the open-source community. In his day job, Sownak works as a Distributed Systems Architect with all the... Read More →
avatar for Suvajit Sarkar

Suvajit Sarkar

Product Assoc Manager, Accenture
Suvajit is Product Manager at Accenture India. Suvajit is the main maintainer of Hyperledger Bevel and has contributed many lines of code for this project. Suvajit organises all the sprint/release related activities for Hyperledger Bevel and also works as one of the main contributor... Read More →


Wednesday September 14, 2022 16:30 - 18:00 IST
Gibson Hotel - Stratocaster B - 3rd Floor Point Square, North Dock, Dublin, D01 X2P2, Ireland
  Workshop

16:30 IST

(Continued) Workshop: Moving Central Bank Digital Currency from Conception to Reality with Hyperledger Technologies - Elli Androulaki, Angelo De Caro & Dhinakaran Vinayagamurthy, IBM; Nicolas de Labarre, Banque De France; Joris Huynh & Mathilde Ffrench, I
Central Bank Digital Currency, as defined by the Bank of International Investments, is a new form of digital money with a central bank liability which serves both as a medium of exchange and store of value. The goal is to retain all the benefits of cash and pushing beyond this by improving on multiple dimensions: Robustness, Privacy, Compliance, Accessibility, and Programmability to name a few. This will be a workshop jointly held by domain experts (Banks), and technology providers (IBM), providing an overview of Central Bank Digital Currency use-cases, and how (Hyperledger) enterprise Blockchain technologies address many of these requirements in on-going or completed experimentations on that front. In particular, in this talk we will show how Central Bank Digital Currency systems can move from conception (use-case description & requirements overview) to reality with deep-dives and hands-on sessions on Hyperledger Labs Token SDK and Weaver Interoperability Framework combined.

Speakers
avatar for Dhinakaran Vinayagamurthy

Dhinakaran Vinayagamurthy

Research Scientist, IBM
Dhinakaran Vinayagamurthy is a Research Scientist at the IBM India Research Lab. His research interests are in cryptography, blockchain and quantum computing. He has research publications in reputed conferences on cryptographic primitives used for computing over encrypted data. At... Read More →
avatar for Nicolas de Labarre

Nicolas de Labarre

Head of Service INSPIR - Innovation and Product Support for European Market Infrastructures, Banque De France
avatar for Joris Huynh

Joris Huynh

Senior Manager, Blockchain & Innovation, IBM Consulting
Joris Huynh is a Senior Manager at IBM France, in the consulting division. As part of his work at IBM, Joris has lead multiple blockchain engagements with various clients from all sectors - and more specifically over the last 3 years, Joris has led a team working on a CBDC platfo... Read More →
avatar for Elli Androulaki

Elli Androulaki

Distinguished Research Scientist, Decentralised Trust Research Strategy & Manager, IBM
Dr. Elli Androulaki is a Distinguished Research Scientist and Research Manager at the IBM Research Lab in Zurich, Switzerland with responsibilities on Global research strategy in the Decentralised Trust area. Elli completed her PhD in the area of applied cryptography aiming to address... Read More →
avatar for Angelo De Caro

Angelo De Caro

Senior Research Scientist, IBM
Angelo De Caro is a Senior Research Scientist at IBM Research Lab in Zurich, Switzerland with technical leadership responsibilities on the Central Bank Digital Currency Research area. Angelo is a member of the Hyperledger Technical Steering Committee, one of the architects of Hyperledger... Read More →


Wednesday September 14, 2022 16:30 - 18:00 IST
Gibson Hotel - Stratocaster A - 3rd Floor Point Square, North Dock, Dublin, D01 X2P2, Ireland

18:00 IST

Workshop Day Happy Hour
Join us after the workshop day for happy hour! This will be hosted for our workshop attendees in the Concourse Area Bar on Level 3 (near the elevators and escalators).

Wednesday September 14, 2022 18:00 - 19:00 IST
Gibson Hotel - Concourse Area Bar
 
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