Home » Blockchain Hyperledger Foundation deploy new versions of three blockchain tools to enhance ecosystem Blockchain Reading 2 min Views 2 Two of the releases are in their primary iteration, while the latter titled Iroha is a preview version of its second release. Enterprise blockchain firm Hyperledger Foundation has announced the development and release of three roadmap projects: Cactus 1.0, FireFly 1.0 and a preview version of Iroha 2.0’s long-term support (LTS). Operating under the umbrella of the Linux Foundation, Hyperledger supports an ecosystem of fourteen distributed ledgers. The deployment of the three technological tools is expected to assist consumers and businesses across areas of blockchain, Web3 and decentralized applications (DApps). We are pleased to announce these important development milestones for three projects; including Hyperledger Cactus 1.0, Hyperledger FireFly 1.0 and Hyperledger Iroha 2.0 LTS Congratulations to the project teams! Learn more and get involved:https://t.co/DchxyI2ybS pic.twitter.com/W7XhUEB4D5 — Hyperledger Foundation (@Hyperledger) May 19, 2022 Executive director of the Hyperledger Foundation Daniela Barbosa stated that these accomplishments reflect the “high level of development momentum across the Hyperledger community as well as the increasing level of maturity of the enterprise blockchain market,” before stating: “The core value of enterprise blockchain has been well proven across industries, and our global and growing community is now building a rich ecosystem that will drive the next wave of interconnected, interoperable solutions.” The Hyperledger Global Forum (HGF) annual conference will commence on Sept. 12 and go through to Sept. 14 in Dublin, Ireland and welcome some of the leading developers and participants within the Hyperledger community. Cointelegraph sat down with the Hyperledger’s director of the ecosystem, Karen Ottoni, during the Paris Blockchain Week to discuss the company’s aspirations to impact climate change goals, Bitcoin mining use-cases, as well as their position on central bank digital currencies (CBDCs).