Markets Media – August 14, 2017
A month after Enterprise Ethereum Alliance officials first announced the formation of its technical steering committee and initial working groups, contributions from the open-source community are starting to ramp up.
Coinspeaker – August 14, 2017
Cardozo Professor Aaron Wright to Head Up Blockchain Technology Coalition of Leading Technology Companies and Global Law Firms Group to Focus on Smart Contracts.
ETH News – August 14, 2017
On August 14, 2017, the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) announced a number of law firms and academic institutions will join other alliance members in its Legal Industry Working Group, which was created last month.
International Business Times – August 14, 2017
Some 14 law firms and institutions have joined EEA’s group to establish the legal status of smart contracts.
CoinDesk – August 14, 2017
No, code isn’t law, but if the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance’s new members have anything to say about it, that might someday change.
Benzinga – August 14, 2017
Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) is now the world’s largest open-source blockchain alliance. The EEA connects the global financial organizations and manufacturers such as JP Morgan, MasterCard and Toyota with compelling ethereum experts such as ConsenSys and HashCash, to build enterprise-grade smart contract applications capable of handling complex, highly demanding business processes at lightning speed.
Coin Telegraph – August 12, 2017
Microsoft, the $561 bln US-based technology company, has released the Confidential Consortium (Coco) Framework, an Ethereum-based protocol which commercial companies and large-scale organizations will be able to utilize to process information on the Ethereum Blockchain with increased privacy.
Coinspeaker – July 19, 2017
The new members of the consortium include payments giant Mastercard, technology conglomerate Cisco Systems, as well as the state of Andhra Pradesh in India.
Inc. – July 19, 2017
The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) is officially the largest open-source blockchain alliance in the world thanks to the latest additions, MasterCard and Cisco.
Trust Nodes – July 19, 2017
The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) is now the world’s largest blockchain initiative following the addition of 34 new organization, bringing up the total to 150 household brands and even governments.
TechRepublic – July 19, 2017
Now the world’s largest open source blockchain initiative, the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance claims 150 partners, such as Cisco and Scotiabank, bringing more attention to ledger technology.
SD Times – July 19, 2017
The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance has become the world’s largest open-source blockchain initiative. Since late May, the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) has seen 34 organizations join the blockchain industry group. The total membership is more than 150 organizations since the group’s launch in February.
Wealth Daily – July 19, 2017
When it comes to the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) announcement, it feels like Ethereum investors have been waiting for months.
Finance Magnates – July 19, 2017
The new members include Ethereum start-ups and organizations from sectors such as healthcare, marketing, banking, and energy.
CNN – July 19, 2017
An Indian state government and payments giant Mastercard are among 34 new additions to the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA), which now sees over 150 members – making it the world’s largest blockchain consortium.
Coin Telegraph – July 19, 2017
The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) announced today that 34 organizations have joined the Blockchain industry group since late May. This brings the total membership to over 150 organizations added since the group’s launch in February of this year.
News BTC – July 19, 2017
Interesting things are happening for the Ethereum Enterprise Alliance these days. This open-source blockchain initiative is attracting a lot of attention lately. With several dozen members on board after just seven months, things are looking quite good. The latest companies to join the EEA include Cisco, MasterCard, Scotiabank, and others. The whole world wants to embrace blockchain technology, by the look of things.
Finextra – July 19, 2017
Mastercard, Cisco and Scotiabank have added their weight to the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance as part of a wave of 34 new members signing up for the project to promote the uptake of Ethereum as the foundation for running smart contracts in Fortune 500 enterprises.
ZD Net – July 19, 2017
The networking giant joins the likes of Microsoft, Mastercard, and Intel as members of the alliance that connects enterprises with Ethereum specialists to explore blockchain-based technology.
Altcoin Today – July 18, 2017
The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance is revealing its newest members. As with previous announcements, entrants are divided between legacy institutions and startups building on the ethereum blockchain. Included on the list is Mastercard, Cisco Systems, Scotiabank, Loyyal Corporation and QIWI Blockchain Technologies, among 29 other firms.