No, and why would you want to? Hashgraph (next generation distributed ledger technology) is built on the Swirlds platform which is faster, scalable, secure and fair.
As I understand it, Swirlds (shared worlds platform) will also be rolled out later this year as a free ‘open source’ platform for developers to build apps. Funding for the Swirlds / Hashgraph project came from enterprise, when the two math PhD co-founders (Leemon Baird and Mance Harmon) from Texas beat out IBM to win a huge contract for credit unions.
Find out more in this interview with Mance Harmon, co-founder & CEO. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=evWBgNdWNDk
It also appears that building apps with Hashgrah might be easier to accomplish than using blockchain / ethereum decentralized ledger platforms. Every blockchain has its dictator which could also be a point of failure, whereas Hashgraph is a data structure and consensus algorithm.
See also: http://www.swirlds.com