Read about EEA’s latest news and developments.

World Explore Club – May 12, 2022

EEA Member Spotlight with Edge & Node’s Kyle Rojas, Business Development and Partnerships

As an EEA member, Edge & Node is part of the EEA community of organizations working to advance Ethereum and drive industry adoption. In the Q&A below, the EEA interviewed Edge & Node’s Kyle Rojas, Business Development and Partnerships, about how the organization contributes to the ecosystem to help Ethereum reach its full potential.

Yahoo! – April 14, 2022

Hacken Joins The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance

Hacken, a leading Web 3.0 cybersecurity auditor founded in August 2017 by cybersecurity experts, Big Four professionals, and white hat hackers, today announced that it has joined the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA).

CryptoTimes – March 24, 2022

Ethereum – The Revolutionary Story of DeFi Monarch

Ethereum is an inevitable term in the cryptocurrency market. Despite being the second-largest cryptocurrency in terms of market capitalization, it is a one-stop destination for multiple decentralized financial services.

TechTarget – March 24, 2022

Top 9 blockchain platforms to consider in 2022

Interest in blockchain platforms has been growing significantly as a way to streamline supply chains, improve traceability, simplify trade and improve financial transactions.

Equideum Health – January 18, 2022

ConsenSys Health Rebrands as Equideum Health, Driving Health Equity and Outcomes Through Ethereum-Powered Data Liquidity Across Enterprise and Individual Data Silos

Today, ConsenSys Health, a ConsenSys Mesh portfolio company creating Web3 person-centered healthcare and research networks, announced that it is rebranding as Equideum Health. The new identity emphasizes the company’s strategic focus on advancing health equity and outcomes through Ethereum-powered optimization of data liquidity, integrity, and privacy across enterprise and personal data silos.

American Banker – December 29, 2021

U.S. banks give multibank blockchains another try

About five years ago, U.S. banks began talking to organizations like R3, Ripple and Digital Asset Holdings and the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance about developing shared digital ledgers that would make the banks more efficient and help them work with one another for cross-border payments and other purposes.