Enterprise Ethereum Alliance Releases Client Specifications To Facilitate Interoperability
The Enterprise Alliance (EEA) has released the Enterprise Ethereum Client Specification 1.0 today, May 16, that will enable interoperability for companies that use Ethereum blockchain-based solutions.
The EEA, which was formed in March 2017 by Santander (MC:), JPMorgan (NYSE:), and a variety of other members, now numbers 500 enterprise members. It focuses on improving the privacy, scalability, and security of Ethereum blockchain applications.
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