Welcome to the

Hyperledger Member Summit

San Francisco


This private annual event for our members is a unique time to reflect and direct the activities of our community for the next year - we hope to see you there!

Date: October 23, 2023

Time: 8:00 am - 5:30 pm


Edge and Node House of Web3

Presidio, Building 103, 103 Montgomery St

San Francisco, CA 94129


***Note: The House of Web3 is located in the Presidio next to the Walt Disney Museum and NOT on the street by the same name in downtown SF.***



Hyperledger Foundation Members receive free ticket(s) to attend. Member Tickets may be spread across either Member Summit (see info on Tokyo Summit here).

Premier Members: 4 tickets

General Members: 2 tickets

Associate Members: 1 ticket

We will have a waitlist so you can register additional attendees and we will inform you if attendance is approved.

Overall Agenda

(more detailed below)


Sunday, October 22nd 

Presidio Bowl, 93 Moraga Ave, San Francisco, CA 94129

5:00pm - 8:00pm: Evening event at Presidio Bowl for drinks, food, bowling, & games. We'll be assigning teams for a bowling tournament to begin at 6pm so that you can get to know others in our community! Participation is optional.

You are welcome to bring a plus one to the bowling alley, please just let us know if you plan to bring someone: membership@hyperledger.org.


Monday, October 23rd 

Edge & Node House of Web3, Presidio, Building 103, 103 Montgomery St., San Francisco, CA 94129

8:00am - 5:30pm: All Day Member Meeting that will include panel sessions and interactive discussions on key topics for our ecosystem.

5:30pm - 7pm: Happy hour to celebrate the end Member Summit




Note for Hyperledger General and Premier Members: All LF Silver Members receive 1 free ticket to the LF Member Summit  which is taking place nearby in Monterey, CA on October 24-26. If you'd like to attend, keep this in mind as you make travel plans.

Member Summit Detailed Agenda

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Agenda Descriptions

Bringing Code to Hyperledger Foundation


Format: Panel Session

Learn about the process for contributing code to Hyperledger and how it is a key part of business strategy for our member companies. Panelists will share the internal decision-making process as well as how its impacted their work going forward.

Reducing the Cost of Deployment


Format: Interactive Session

Facilitators will lead an interactive discussion on how our community can ramp up development and adoption of Hyperledger tools (i.e. Bevel, FireFly, operator labs) for faster and easier deployment, as well as address other cost factors with deployment.

CBDCs: State of Play


Format: Panel Session

Hear the latest on CBDC projects from around the world being built on Hyperledger technologies from those involved in research and development. Speakers will discuss design decisions and how the ecosystem can support CBDC adoption and applications.


Building the Next Phase of Fabric


Format: Interactive Session

Facilitators will lead an interactive discussion on what attendees are interested in doing to advance Hyperledger Fabric by identifying priorities, areas of collaboration, and how to get involved.

Hyperledger in Action: Production Deployment Success Stories

Format: Panel Session

Panelists will share their journey to bringing applications to production, including pitfalls and lessons learned along the way, as well as, what contributed to their projects' initial and ongoing success.

Hyperledger Besu for Finance


Format: Interactive Session

Facilitators will lead an interactive discussion on how our community can expand Hyperledger Besu's functionalities to support applications in financial services and infrastructure. Come contribute to a roadmap that will drive adoption for these use cases.

Working Together on Interoperability


Format: Interactive Session

Facilitators will lead an interactive discussion around what's driving the need for interoperability, explore current tools in our community and applications, and establish a roadmap for delivering on requirements for interoperability in our community.


What's Next for Decentralized Identity


Format: Interactive Session

Facilitators will lead an interactive discussion on tackling the adoption challenges for decentralized identity and plotting the way forward via a roadmap on how our community can get more involved and contribute. 

Building Community: The State of Open Source

Making Markets: Telling our Stories


Format: Interactive Session

In this two-part interactive session facilitators will share and demonstrate examples of how to talk about the advantages of building and implementing open source technology and include it as part of strategic business communications and marketing. The results of this year's Hyperledger Brand Study will also be presented.

Using Hybrid Blockchains to Power New Business Models



Format: Panel Session

We will hear the unique perspectives from panelists on how they define hybrid blockchains and applications. As a new edge case, they will share the benefits and drawbacks of taking a hybrid business model approach in those applications currently being implemented.



The Hyperledger Foundation has not contracted rooms at these properties and cannot guarantee rates or availability. These hotels are either in the Presidio or near the Presidio and thus are convenient to the event venue. Additional options in Fisherman Wharf or downtown San Francisco are also good options.

Inn at the Presidio - starting at $350/night  

Tel: (415) 800-7356 

Address: 42 Moraga Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94129 


Lodge at the Presidio - starting at $410/night 

Website - 

Tel: (415) 561-1234 

Address: 105 Montgomery Street (Presidio of San Francisco)San Francisco, CA 94129


Laurel Inn - starting at $275/night 

Tel: (415) 567-8467

Address: 444 Presidio Ave, San Francisco CA

Infinity Hotel - starting at $222/night 

Tel: (415) 913-7564 

Address: 2322 Lombard Street, San Francisco, CA 94123 


Hotel Drisco - starting at $531/night 

Tel: (415) 346-2880 

Address: 2901 Pacific Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94115 


Comfort Inn by the Bay - starting at $145/night

Tel: (866) 266-3306 

Address: 2775 Van Ness Ave, San Francisco, CA 94109


The event is taking place at the House of Web3 venue located at Presidio, Building 103, 103 Montgomery St. San Francisco, CA 94129 and is accessible by Shuttle bus.

Presidio Shuttle | Presidio GO Free Shuttle Bus Schedules and Maps

The shuttle has two routes: the Downtown Route and the South Hills Route.

The Downtown Route offers round-trip service between the Presidio Transit Center and downtown San Francisco, with limited stops along the way. It operates seven days a week, running from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. on weekdays and 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekends. A few commute time weekday trips on the Downtown Route are only available to Presidio residents and employees who have a Presidio GO Shuttle pass. See the Downtown Route schedule.

The South Hills Route makes stops all around the Presidio. It’s free, available to all, and never requires a Presidio GO Shuttle pass. It operates from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. on weekdays and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekends. See the South Hills Route schedule.

Shuttles are wheelchair-accessible and feature bike racks.

Visa Letter Request

  • Please reach out to membership@hyperledger.org if you require a letter for your visa application
  • Provision of a visa letter by The Linux Foundation does not guarantee visa approval, which is made at the sole discretion of the government of the event’s host country.
  • Visa letter requests should be made well in advance of an event.
  • You must be registered for the event before requesting a visa letter. It can take up to an hour for our registration system and visa letter system to sync.
  • The Linux Foundation processes most visa letter requests in (1-3) business days.

Health & Safety

Check this page for updates about health and safety recommendations.

Our community’s well-being is extremely important to us, and creating a safe, worry-free event is our top priority. We will adjust our health and safety protocols as needed while updating this page with information about plans for our attendees onsite. We continue to look to local municipality guidelines to make the best and most informed decisions around onsite safety and requirements. All in-person attendance requirements are subject to change based on local guidelines.

Covid-19, Masks, & Vaccines

Masks are optional. There are no vaccine or testing requirements to attend this event. These are both subject to change based on local municipality requirements and any changes in COVID-19. If you are traveling from abroad, review the entry requirements from your country of origin here. Currently, there are no vaccination or testing requirements to enter the US. Requirements may change so check back regularly. We encourage all attendees to take a COVID-19 self-test prior to traveling to the event and when they return home. Remain at home if you test positive or feel ill.

  • If you feel ill while at the event, please take a COVID-19 self-test and isolate as needed.
  • Hand sanitizing stations will be available throughout the event venue and a limited supply of face masks will be available upon request at Registration.
  • We respectfully remind all attendees, speakers, sponsors, and staff to: Stay home if you experience any cold or flu-like symptoms and wash your hands for at least 20 seconds.

Code of Conduct

By attending or participating in this event, you agree to abide by the Linux Foundation Code of Conduct. Event is held under Chatham House Rule, no media.

Please contact Angela Brown, SVP & GM of Events, at angela@linuxfoundation.org if you believe you’ve observed or experienced a violation of the Code of Conduct.

Diversity & Inclusion

Education and collaboration are vital to the future of the open source ecosystem, and it is imperative to us that everyone in the community that wants to participate feels welcome to do so regardless of gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, race, ethnicity, age, religion or economic status. Our Code of Conduct outlines our expectations for all those who participate in our community, as well as the consequences for unacceptable behavior.

Venue Accessibility

If you need any assistance locating an elevator, or have other questions about accessibility onsite, please speak to a member of the Linux Foundation event staff at any of the registration or information desks onsite. If you have questions prior to the event, please email events@linuxfoundation.org.

If you have ideas on how we can create a more inclusive event, please do not hesitate to let us know. Any questions or concerns please contact membership@hyperledger.org


Hundreds of industry-leading companies are driving the development and adoption of

Hyperledger technologies to reshape existing markets and create new ones. 

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Associate Members


We look forward to seeing you!


Any questions please reach out to membership@hyperledger.org