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CryptoDigest – April 17, 2019

Enterprise Ethereum Alliance launches blockchain-neutral token taxonomy initiative

The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) today announced the formation of the blockchain-neutral Token Taxonomy Initiative to address the need to universally define tokens to better understand how their use and implementation can occur interchangeably across all token-enabled blockchain platforms.

Forbes – April 17, 2019

Blockchain Goes to Work

On the Jersey side of the Hudson River just across from Manhattan’s Financial District, there is a glass-and-steel office tower designed in a severe International Style aesthetic. “DTCC” is emblazoned across the top, but few outside of Wall Street realize that in this building,…

Cointelegraph – April 17, 2019

Ethereum Consortium Launches Token Initiative With Microsoft, JPMorgan Chase, Others

The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) has launched a blockchain-neutral Token Taxonomy Initiative in partnership with major firms, according to a press release from EEA on April 17. The initiative will seek to define tokens in non-technical and cross-industry terms in a bid to drive enterprise token adoption at scale.

Ledger Insights – April 17, 2019

Accenture, Ethereum, IBM, Microsoft in enterprise token standards initiative

The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) is spearheading a blockchain-neutral Token Taxonomy Initiative (TTI) targeted at enterprises. The project has attracted an impressive array of participants from across the industry including Accenture, Banco Santander, Blockchain Research Institute, Clearmatics, ConsenSys, Digital Asset, EY, IBM, ING, Intel, J.P. Morgan, Komgo, Microsoft, R3, and Web3 Labs.

Distrubuted – April 17, 2019

EEA Launches ‘Token Taxonomy Initiative’

The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance has announced a “Token Taxonomy Initiative” to develop universal definitions for tokens to encourage their interchangeability across blockchain platforms. Members of the initiative include Microsoft, R3, ConsenSys, IBM, EY, Accenture and Intel.

FXEMPIRE – April 8, 2019

PayPal Makes First Ever Blockchain Investment

Reported by Coindesk, PayPal has made its first-ever blockchain investment. This comes as a surprise to many as PayPal is a centralized point of sale giant, arguably in direct competition with the decentralized blockchain industry, aiming to cut out middlemen just like PayPal.