One of the most striking developments in the blockchain ecosystem is the emergence of token technology platforms, which are offering transformative possibilities for government, business, and consumers. Blockchain technology will improve many aspects of our lives, much of which will be fueled through the distribution and use of digital tokens.
Some fresh news from New York City and Berlin: The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance Mainnet Working Group has formed a key Task Force named EMINENT (Ethereum Mainnet Integration for Enterprises), focused on the standards and specifications used to integrate the Ethereum Mainnet with ERP, CRM, and other corporate systems of record.
Interview with the experts at Chamber of Digital Commerce, Initially Published by ConsenSys Media: Trends in Tokenization with the EEA and Chamber of Digital Commerce The Chamber of Digital Commerce, the world’s largest trade association representing the blockchain industry, alongside the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA), a collaborative cross-industry effort created to [...]
On April 12, 2019, the first EEA China workshop hosted by Wanchain was held in Beijing with representatives from nearly 20 institutions including Bii Group, RTrade, IDHub, and the PCTA. EEA China representative and Wanchain VP of Engineering Zhang Weijia introduced the EEA standard organization and described its China roadmap. We are looking forward to more events in the Asia Pacific region.
The EEA Legal Advisory Working Group (LAWG), led by EEA Chief Legal Counsel and Corporate Secretary Oksana Davis and LAWG Chair Aaron Wright, held a face-to-face meeting at the offices of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP on April 18 to discuss the current state of the blockchain ecosystem in the legal industry.
I am the EEA’s Technical Program Director and my responsibility is to ensure that we develop our specifications using a modern, fair and effective process. I support the EEA Working Group’ chairs, management and our global member-base.
With the introduction of a new technology, it takes a global standards organization with a world-class testing and certification program to drive global adoption. In the EEA’s “Why Standards” document, free to download, provides a look at why historically, this is true across a wide range of technologies.