Ethereum and Hyperledger Fabric are two of the leading platforms in the blockchain space, yet each has a very different vision when it comes to use cases and applications. Both platforms are known for their unique structures. More so, both offer a lot of features that can change or reshape the way of our business models.
Both Ethereum and Hyperledger were designed and developed with a unique purpose. Ethereum was developed with the sole purpose of running smart contracts on Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) for the mass consumption of Decentralized Applications (DApps). Hyperledger, however, was designed to facilitate the creation of cross-industry Blockchain tools and applications. Its primary purpose is to encourage seamless collaboration between businesses and developers working with Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT). It is highly flexible, you can fully customize your Blockchain apps and manage access control.