EEA Community Projects Blog2022-09-29T18:37:40-04:00

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The Current State of Layer 2 Bridges

By Dr. Andreas Freund (Co-Chair) on behalf of the EEA Community Projects L2 Standards Working Group We live in a multi-chain world, with billions of USD in asset value locked in 100+ chains. And the owners of those blockchain assets behave just like they would [...]

February 27th, 2023|

A DeFi Conundrum: L2s are Awesome but not yet for Real Financial Assets

The difficulties migrating digital assets such as bonds or NFTs with residual payments between different L1 or L2 chains Authors: Andreas Freund, L2 WG Co-Chair, on behalf of the EEA Community Projects L2 Working Group Introduction We all know that Web3 will rule the world, despite consumers addicted to the [...]

June 30th, 2022|

Microsoft Excel is Now Baselined

In December, 2021, the Core Developer Community of the Baseline Protocol, an EEA Community Project, Demonstrated How to Baseline an Excel Spreadsheet with Other Systems of Record Nearly 35 years since its advent, Microsoft Excel is now a staple for many organizations. It’s used to input, manage, store, report and [...]

May 13th, 2022|

Baseline Knowledge: Getting Acquainted with the Baseline Protocol

If you’re tuned into EEA news, you’ve likely heard a lot about EEA Community Projects recently. Born out of a partnership between the EEA and OASIS Open, EEA Community Projects is now the hub for Ethereum-related community-driven business standards development and project advancement. It’s a community that is dedicated [...]

September 8th, 2021|

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