Add an Organization to a Decentralized Fabric Network with No System Channel (Fabric v2.3)

Introduction

In my previous article we have seen how to bring up a decentralized fabric network with no system channel. With decentralization, there is no separate orderer organization and orderers are contributed by each participating organization. Each organization now does not need to use an orderer from a third party. We also see the simplified process when the system channel is no longer needed any more.

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