Hyperledger Grid is a platform for building supply chain solutions that include distributed ledger components. This project's goal is to speed up the development of modular blockchain-based solutions for cross-industry supply chain problems.
Hyperledger Grid provides a set of libraries, data models, and SDKs that can be used to develop supply chain smart contracts and client interfaces.
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Hyperledger Grid is an open source project. The source code is in several GitHub repositories:
- hyperledger/grid: Core components such as supply-chain-centric data types and reference implementations of smart contracts
- hyperledger/grid-contrib: Contributed code that is not yet in the core grid repository, as well as example domain models and reference implementations for smart contracts (also called "transaction families")
- hyperledger/grid-rfcs: RFCs (requests for comments) for proposed and approved changes to Hyperledger Grid
See Docs for all current Hyperledger Grid documentation.
Note that this project is in incubation (has not been released). The documentation is preliminary and changes often.
Hyperledger hosts a Grid chat channel and mailing list. These tools require a free Linux Foundation ID.
See Joining the Discussion for more information.
We welcome contributors, both organizations and individuals, to help shape project direction, contribute ideas, provide use cases, and work on specific tools and examples.
- Join us in the Grid chat or mailing list to discuss ideas, propose new features, or just ask questions.
- Attend the Hyperledger Grid Contributor meetings on Zoom. For meeting annnouncements, see the Hyperledger meeting calendar or Grid mailing list. Lurkers are welcome! Feel free to just listen.
- For code contributions, please see our contributing guide.
- This project requires an RFC (request-for-change proposal) for any significant change or new feature. For more information, see grid-rfcs/README.
- We follow the Hyperledger Code of Conduct. Please see our code of conduct page.
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