UPCOMING EVENTS

November 10, 2021

EEA Monthly Education Series: DeFi in the Real-World: On-Chain Securitization of Real-World Assets through Ethereum

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PAST EVENTS

EEA Monthly Education Series: Network Bridges: Transferring Value to and from the Ethereum Mainnet and Other Cross-Chain Interactions

October 13, 2021

Peter Robinson and Weijia Zhang provided an in-depth look at Ethereum-based network bridges. They discussed value transfer bridges – moving cryptocurrency, tokens, and other digital assets to and from the Ethereum Mainnet to Layer 2 networks and other Eth-connected networks.
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Trusted Execution Working Group Education/Office Hours Series #2: Enterprise Meets DeFi or Propeller Head Crypto at Scale + Office Hours

October 5, 2021

The EEA Trusted Compute Working Group hosted a webinar, Enterprise Meets DeFi or Propeller Head Crypto at Scale (ZK-ZK-Rollups and all that), on how to use trusted compute with blockchains (and public blockchains in particular) to further adoption. Following the presentation was an office hour where attendees had an opportunity to ask questions about the implementation or adoption of trusted compute in their projects.


AMA on the Crypto Regulations in the Infrastructure Bill and other Emerging Regulatory Issues

September 29, 2021

This ask me anything (AMA) session focused on crypto regulations in the infrastructure bill and other emerging regulatory issues. Ryan Selkis CEO and Co-founder of Messari and Jeremy Sklaroff, General Counsel of Edge & Node (the team behind The Graph) answered questions on the proposed regulations and provided an inside look at the response by the crypto community in the halls of Congress these past few weeks.


EEA Monthly Education Series: A Manual for Ethereum Network Operations for Public/Private Networks

September 8, 2021

Antoine Toulme from Splunk discussed how to setup and monitor your Ethereum infrastructure to understand and prevent downtime. He reviewed the best practices for redundancy and security and cover secret management, key management, network security and upgrade policies. He also demonstrated several different approaches for private networks using private enclaves versus public non-permissioned networks.


Trusted Compute Office Hours Series #1: Hardware vs. Software-Based Trusted Compute Approaches

September 7, 2021

The EEA Trusted Compute Working Group hosted a webinar about Hardware vs. Software-Based Trusted Compute Approaches. Following the presentation was an office hour where attendees had an opportunity to ask questions about the implementation or adoption of trusted compute in their projects.


EEA Monthly Education Series : A Deep Dive into the EEA Community Projects

August 11, 2021

In June, 2021, the EEA and OASIS announced that the Ethereum OASIS Open Project would become the EEA Community Projects, a joint partnership and OASIS’s inaugural Managed Open Project. Open source and open standards are not the same thing, but each can inform and improve the other, from iterative development to interoperability and sustainability. Dan Burnett, the EEA’s Executive Director, and Guy Martin, OASIS’s Executive Director, discussed the motivations behind this novel partnership, the advantages for both organizations, and the positive impact they expect on the Ethereum industry as a result.


Special 6th Anniversary Event for Ethereum

July 29, 2021

The EEA celebrated the 6th anniversary of Ethereum and its emergence as a driving force for innovation in business and commerce. Hear top business leaders, technologists, and industry experts discuss how Ethereum has become the fastest growing and most trusted blockchain network and how it will drive this next cycle of business and technical innovation.


The State of Security for a Decentralized World

July 22, 2021

This webinar brings together several EEA members who deal with various security angles of Blockchain for a discussion about the state of security, the challenges to the ecosystem, and the road ahead. We will discuss vulnerabilities, attack vectors, hacking patterns, lack of awareness, and tools and services to mitigate risks in smart contracts, consensus algorithms, digital wallets, and up and down the technology stack.


EEA July Education Series: Blockchain Consortiums: Why People Matter More Than Technology in Ethereum-Based Projects 

July 14, 2021

This webinar features Melanie Cutlan and Rick Meszeros from Accenture talking about how to select the right incentive model and collaboration strategy for your business opportunity that will enable your ecosystem to scale and thrive long-term.


EEA Mainnet Office Hours (US/EU friendly time)

July 1, 2021

Do you want the benefits of intercompany business automation without the huge costs and technical complexities in your environments? Do you want to reduce error rates in the business all around while reducing your system TCO? Do you have a project at your company where you think the Ethereum mainnet could be usefully applied, but you’re concerned about how to approach it and how to make the case for it? Our team of top industry IT experts can help determine how to get started and the right approach and solutions to use for the job at hand. Our network of senior executives can help give you the aircover you need to make a strong case with both leadership and engineering on the right use of public blockchain to achieve your cost reduction and revenue goals.


EEA Supply Chain IG Clubhouse

June 30, 2021

The Supply Chain IG is announcing its first Clubhouse speaking event in 2021! Join us on June 30th at 1 PM Eastern and listen to some of the most pressing issues relating to supply chain  metadata standards within blockchain. A number of subject matter experts would like to address where blockchain is lacking standards and where standards can be applied to unlock  new value. We aim to usher in a new era of participants who are passionate about the impact of implementing these future standards to blockchain use cases. The initial output of this event will yield a report and ultimately a new starting point for the Supply Chain IG. We encourage the audience to join the future monthly Supply Chain IG meetings to further the initial report and to embark on this new EEA Supply Chain IG initiative together.


EEA Mainnet Office Hours (APAC friendly time)

June 30, 2021

Do you want the benefits of intercompany business automation without the huge costs and technical complexities in your environments? Do you want to reduce error rates in the business all around while reducing your system TCO? Do you have a project at your company where you think the Ethereum mainnet could be usefully applied, but you’re concerned about how to approach it and how to make the case for it? Our team of top industry IT experts can help determine how to get started and the right approach and solutions to use for the job at hand. Our network of senior executives can help give you the aircover you need to make a strong case with both leadership and engineering on the right use of public blockchain to achieve your cost reduction and revenue goals.


EEA June London Meetup

June 30, 2021

This meetup is for anyone interested in or using Ethereum blockchain technology in the enterprise. It doesn’t matter if you’re a startup, global enterprise, or open source hacker –we all share the common goal of seeing an Enterprise-grade blockchain platform based on Ethereum! Register now to hear from Julio Faura of Adhara and Dr. Weijia Zhang, EEA Regional Head, China, and vice president of engineering at Wanchain Foundation. There will be opportunities for networking during the event.


The Journey to Charter a Digital Bank in the US

February 10, 2021

Caitlin Long, founder of Avanti Bank & Trust, described her journey to charter a digital U.S. bank. Avanti Bank & Trust is a Wyoming bank recently chartered to serve as a compliant bridge between digital assets and the U.S. dollar payments system. Caitlin told her story of creating the bank, what got her started and the problems they’re solving.


Improving Ethereum with EIPs

January 13, 2021

In this deep dive into Ethereum Improvement Proposals (EIPs), Pooja Ranjan, herder-in-chief of the Ethereum Cat Herders and founder of EtherWorld.co, explained the history of EIPs, EIP categories, and the current process for writing and reviewing them before they go on to become a standard. Matt Garnett, a member of the Quilt research group, talked about which EIPs and ERCs to watch in 2021.


We’re Back at It! Ethereum in the Enterprise 2020 — Asia Pacific

December 3, 2020

This December 2020 event featured top business leaders, technologists, and industry experts in the Enterprise Ethereum and Mainnet Ethereum space from the Asia Pacific region and across the world. Listen to the recordings.


Demystifying Ethereum Network Building Blocks – Consensus, Encryption, Hashing, ZK Proofs, and More

October 14, 2020

This is an introductory-to-intermediate level session on the blockchain building blocks used within the Ethereum network. Zak Cole and Jacob Eberhardt explain consensus, encryption, and ZK proofs; their current and proposed algorithms and solutions; and why they are essential Web3 building blocks.


Ethereum in the Enterprise 2020 – A Virtual Conference from the EEA

July 30, 2020

The recordings from this event are now available! Hear from the top business leaders and technologists in the enterprise blockchain space. Listen now.