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Blockchain Magazine – January 16, 2020

EEA Launches TestNet For Developing Blockchain Interoperability

The EEA TestNet will serve as a pre-certification sandbox, where streams of ethereum can be regulated according to precise specifications set out previously by the EEA, which will make them interoperable with each other.

Cyclic Mint – January 16, 2020

EEA launches the official test net of Enterprise Ethereum

The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance [EEA] announced on January 15 that it has launched the official Ethereum testnet “EEA Testnet”. Designed in partnership with one of its member companies, Whiteblock, the service provides a free test environment for large-scale networks for EEA members.

Crypto Watch (Japan) – January 16, 2020

EEA Launches Official Test Net for Enterprise Ethereum

The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) announced on January 15 that it has launched the official Ethereum testnet “EEA Testnet”. Designed in cooperation with one of the member companies, Whiteblock, the service will provide a free test environment in a large network for EEA members.

Ledger Insights – January 15, 2020

Enterprise Ethereum Alliance launches blockchain test network

Today the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) unveiled its new testing sandbox. This enables enterprise blockchain projects and distributed apps (dApps) to simulate real-world internet issues such as low bandwidth experienced in some jurisdictions or network delays (latency). It also allows solutions to independently verify any scalability metrics they might claim, such as transactions per second.

Trustnodes – January 15, 2020

Enterprise Ethereum Alliance Launches Testnet

An alliance of hundreds of global business brands, the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA), has announced the launch of their first testnet. EEA has partnered with Whiteblock to use their Genesis SaaS platform for blockchain testing.

Trustnodes – January 15, 2020

Enterprise Ethereum Alliance Launches Testnet

An alliance of hundreds of global business brands, the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA), has announced the launch of their first testnet. EEA has partnered with Whiteblock to use their Genesis SaaS platform for blockchain testing.

This Week In Crypto – January 15, 2020

Enterprise Ethereum Alliance Launches A TestNet

The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) has launched a TestNet in partnership with blockchain testing and development company Whiteblock. The EEA will leverage Whiteblock Genesis, a SaaS platform for developing in a sandbox environment with a private TestNet that simulates the real-world conditions of a live and dynamic blockchain network. Members of the organization will be able to define their own scenarios, introduce their own nodes, automate transactions, test fault tolerance, and deploy Dapps, without incurring operational costs of a live environment.