LimeChain, a blockchain consulting and development firm, announced today it has become a Hyperledger Fabric Certified Partner (HCSP). Launched in November 2019, the provider list contains only seven other companies, with IBM and Accenture among the most notable.
Earlier in 2019, LimeChain joined Hyperledger and the Linux Foundation with plans to work closely with the community and actively contribute to its needs, starting with developing modules for ERP systems.
For the new year, LimeChain aims to help increase blockchain adoption into every-day business and use its know-how to build industry-specific solutions in the fields of logistics, finance, healthcare, and more.
Hyperledger Certified Service Provider (HCSP)
The Hyperledger Certified Service Provider (HCSP) program is a pre-qualified tier of service providers. Members have comprehensive experience helping enterprises successfully adopt Hyperledger solutions. HCSP partners offer Hyperledger support, consulting, professional services and training for organizations embarking on their blockchain journey.
“Joining Linux Foundation and Hyperledger is a strategic step for LimeChain. As pioneers in blockchain and DLT, we are a trusted partner to many blockchain native companies and startups. We have worked on more than 50 projects in different industries and segments. Joining the Hyperledger community will make it possible to share our knowledge and collaborate together with other leaders in the blockchain space, so we progress the enterprise adoption of blockchain & DLT technologies for better business solutions.”
– Nick Todorov, LimeChain CEO, and Co-Founder