Ethereum. Ethereum Enterprise Alliance.
The beginning of Bitcoin and Ethereum
It all started with Bitcoin. Bitcoin is the big daddy of the Block chain and Cryptocurrency revolution. Ethereum is a bit late entrant in to the Block chain show. Today Ethereum is the second popular Cryptocurrencies. But it is the leader in the over all Blockchain technology scenario. Ethereum started by Vitalik Buterin, has undergone changes and now with EEA Ethereum Enterprise Alliance. And EEA is taking Ethereum to a leading status. Not only by connecting Industry leaders, but by giving enterprise grade software platform in which disruptive applications can be created. The launch members and later joiners are the leading global IT giants.
Ethereum Enterprise Alliance
EEA mission is:
– clear roadmap for enterprise features and requirements
-Robust governance model and accountability, clarity around IP and licensing models for open source technology
-Resources for businesses to learn about Ethereum and leverage this groundbreaking technology to address specific industry use cases.
Ethereum, The new Internet
Ethereum under EEA is expected to pave way for the new Internet with Blockchain technology. We can see that most of the ICOs – Initial Coin Offerings are based on Ethereum. A lot of distributed applications dApps are built on Ethereum platform. Microsoft, the No. 1 software company in the world, has recently announced Coco framework, an Ethereum based protocol that can result in large enterprise adoption.
EEA the future
Only formed in 2017, EEA membership has grown to more than 150 now. Certainly the world’s largest Blockchain initiative and movement! There can be no doubt that Ethereum will steer the Blockchain technology to its greatest height! Let us closely follow the developments happening around this massively supported community driven movement. Chain scripts will come up with more articles about the business and technology aspects in future.
Malick, Chain Scripts, Chennai, India.
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