Hashgraph The Future Of Decentralized Technology.

Superior Distributed Ledger Technology.

Hashgraph is a superior consensus mechanism / data structure alternative to blockchain. A decentralized platform without servers built on Hashgraph technology will enable blockchain use cases to run:

  • Fast: It’s fast. VERY fast. But don’t just trust us- formal results are underway.
  • Fair: Mathematically Proven Fairness (via Consensus Time Stamping)
  • Secure: Bank-Grade Security (Asynchronous Byzantine Fault Tolerant)

Hashgraph opens up exciting decentralized application use cases such as micro-payments, distributed capital markets, live collaboration apps, distributed MMOs, auctions and more.

Hashgraph comes out of stealth

Jordan Fried, Head of Business Development, is interviewed at TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco, California. 

TechCrunch Disrupt San Francisco, September 18, 2017

Hashgraph Introduction

Mance Harmon, CEO of Swirlds, describes Hashgraph compared to the rest of the market, both in terms of performance and security.

Learn more about Proof of Work, Leader-Based, Economy-Based, Voting-Based, and Virtual Voting Systems.

September 19th, 2017, TechCrunch Disrupt San Francisco

Transcript Available

Leemon baird @ harvard

Leemon Baird, Co-Founder/CTO of Swirlds and inventor of Hashgraph, speaks at Harvard Business School, giving a comprehensive overview of the consensus algorithm, while taking questions from the audience of students. Leemon first compares the four generations of blockchain technology and then gives a deeper dive into gossip about gossip and Virtual Voting.

November 20th, 2017, Harvard College of Business

Transcript Coming Soon

A Simple explanation

Dr. Leemon Baird, the inventor of the Hashgraph, explains how Hashgraph achieves consensus with speed, fairness and security.

December 2016

why math matters

Leemon Baird, Inventor of Hashgraph, discusses the importance of Asynchronous Byzantine Fault Tolerance (aBFT) at Berkeley College, Cyber Economics and Security Conference.

October 3rd, 2017, Cyber Economics Security Conference, University of California, Berkeley

NYC Panel SESSION

Hashgraph sits down with Demetri Kofinas of Hidden Forces at The Assemblage NOMAD in New York City, New York.

Audio & Transcript Available

Thursday, October 19, 2017

Leemon Interviewed by Hiddenforcespod.com

Leemon Baird sits down with Demetri Kofinas of Hidden Forces in New York City, New York.

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

HASHGRAPH SDK

The SDK comes with several simple demo apps,  the source code for the demo apps, and documentation for the platform and for how to write apps on it. The source code for the demo apps is also available from the github repository.  The SDK is free for anyone to download and play with. You can even experiment with building applications on it. If you would like to deploy your application, please contact us.

DEVELOPING ON HASHGRAPH

This class will go in depth on what the Swirlds hashgraph system is, and how it works. It will walk you through how to write simple apps and how to use some of the features it provides.

PODCASTS ON HASHGRAPH

Blockchain Podcast Series
IEEE

July 21st, 2017

“In our latest podcast, Alpesh Shah, Senior Director, Global Business Strategy and Intelligence for IEEE, sits down with Leemon Baird, Co-Founder & CTO of Swirlds. Alpesh and Leemon will discuss the the future of distributed technologies, most notably blockchain.” – IEEE

Ep.22 Hashgraph, Blockchain, Distributed Ledger Technology, and the Evolution of Consensus with Leemon Baird
HIDDEN FORCES (Transcript Available)
October 16th, 2017

“In this episode of Hidden Forces, host Demetri Kofinas speaks with Leemon Baird, the inventor of Hashgraph, a new, distributed ledger technology poised to disrupt the entire ecosystem of blockchain based applications and cryptocurrencies.” – Hidden Forces

Live Panel Session at the Assemblage NOMAD
HIDDEN FORCES (Transcript Available)
October 19th, 2017

“This is the second installment in a series of interviews, panel discussions, and conversations that Demetri Kofinas has had with the founders of Hashgraph. Hashgraph is a consensus algorithm that appears to have solved the problem of scale in distributed information management. It is a distributed ledger technology that may do for information processing and storage, what TCP/IP and broadband have done for communication. This is a revolution unlike any we have seen since the earliest days of the World Wide Web.” – Hidden Forces

CryptoAnswers.net Interviews Dr. Leemon Baird
CryptoAnswers.Net
November 19th, 2017

“Jeffrey Freeman, CTO of Syncleus had the distinct pleasure of interviewing Dr. Leemon Baird, CTO of Swirlds, the company that is commercializing the Hashgraph algorithm. ” CryptoAnswers.Net

Using Hashgraph for identity

Blockchain technology holds the promise of unlocking tens of billions of dollars of value annually. Some have proposed the use of blockchain for identity applications. However, there are a number of issues with the technology that are still being resolved.

Hashgraph is a radically different approach to distributed consensus. This Hashgraph can resolve scaling and security issues, while providing new abilities that enable new applications of distributed consensus. This talk will compare blockchain and Hashgraph, and describe the implications for identity, and beyond.

Using Hashgraph for IoT

Leveraging distributed consensus algorithms (such as blockchain and Hashgraph), a basic pattern for decentralized identity services has emerged over the past 18 months. Quite often the focus of decentralized identity is on the proposed value it brings to people as a mechanism to help realize ‘self-sovereign identity’. However, decentralized identity may have much broader implications, and some have said that IoT will never reach its potential without decentralized device identity.

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