BFT Task Force (BFT = Byzantine Fault Tolerance)

Name

Role

Company

Email

Przemek Siemion Chair Banco Santander SA [email protected]

Cross-Chain Interoperability

The Cross Chain Interoperability Working Group is focused on enabling code and nodes on a blockchain to call code deployed on a different blockchain, and where appropriate, receive a response. The EEA members in this group are interested in developing a standard for an interoperable specification.

Name

Role

Company

Email

Weijia Zhang Co-Chair Wanchain [email protected]
Peter Robinson Co-Chair PegaSys-ConsenSys [email protected]

Digital Identity Task Force

Name

Role

Company

Email

Rouven Heck Chair ConsenSys [email protected]

Ethereum Mainnet

The Enterprise Mainnet Interest Group focuses on the business use of public Ethereum and helping to make mainnet Ethereum more enterprise friendly (in terms of ease of understanding and use by enterprise), to act as a liaison between the EEA and the public Ethereum community, and to be a champion for enterprises in Ethereum. Specifically, this group is helping to improve mainnet’s current technical documentation and champion proposals that would benefit enterprises.

Name

Role

Company

Email

Tas Dienes Chair Ethereum Foundation [email protected]
John Wolpert Vice Chair Consensys [email protected]
Kartheek Solipuram Vice Chair Ernst & Young [email protected]

Legal Advisory

Name

Role

Company

Email

Aaron Wright Chair Cardozo Law School (ConsenSys) [email protected]
Priyanka Desai Secretary ConsenSys [email protected]

Core Specifications

The work of the group is to answer the question “What is Enterprise Ethereum?”, defining what is required to be an Enterprise Ethereum Client and an Enterprise Ethereum Permissioned Blockchain. The specifications developed by this group are intended to enable multiple stakeholders to build interoperable software that can be used to run Enterprise Ethereum Permissioned Blockchains.

Name

Role

Company

Email

Przemek Siemion Co-Chair Banco Santander SA [email protected]
Adam Clarke Co-Chair Fnality International [email protected]

Client Interoperability Testing

This group provides EEA members with the ability to easily test applications on a conformant EEA Permissioned Blockchain. This enables developers in any part of the ecosystem to perform experiments on different aspects of Enterprise Ethereum blockchains and identify any interoperability bugs or gaps in how the ecosystem currently supports enterprise use cases. The EEA Testing Working Group develops testnets to demonstrate that implementations conform to the EEA specifications and allow EEA members to test new applications.

Name

Role

Company

Email

Antoine Toulmé Chair The Machine Consultancy LLC [email protected]

Offchain/Trusted Execution

This group is developing materials that describe the existing ecosystem of secure computing approaches for Enterprise Ethereum use cases and identifying potential technology gaps. EEA members are also involved in maintaining EEA’s existing offchain/trusted compute 1.1 specification and develop new methods to provide secure computing.

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Role

Company

Email

Jean Charles Cabelguen Chair Independent Member [email protected]