Understanding the blockchain corporate remittance application and network layout

In this chapter, we'll be building a blockchain network using Hyperledger Fabric that we'll be using to carry out corporate remittances. We'll call this network Bankchain. The bankchain network will contain a private ledger called bkchannel. This channel will consist of two participants, Bank A and Bank B. Both Bank A and Bank B will have two nodes on the channel, labeled peer0 and peer1. Hence, in total, the channel has four nodes. All transaction requests will be posted to these nodes. Additionally, the banks will monitor these nodes for any incoming transactions.

Apart from the Hyperledger Fabric network, both banks will also each host an IPFS node. IPFS is ...

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