BlockApps & EEA

Driving Enterprise-Grade Ethereum Technology Standards

What is the EEA?

The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) is a consortium of industry and Ethereum blockchain experts focused on developing enterprise-grade standards and technical specifications for Ethereum blockchain technology.

The EEA is by-far the most popular and effective standards organization in the industry. The organization is member-driven, with 100’s of participating companies such as Intel, PWC, Consensys and JP Morgan Chase.

BlockApps is a Founding Member

BlockApps is a founding member of the EEA with Victor Wong (BlockApps CPO) and Jeremy Miller (BlockApps Advisor) on the Board of Directors.

Today, BlockApps continues to contribute to the EEA with CEO Kieren James-Lubin serving as a technical sign-off for EEA specifications and other BlockApps employees regularly contributing to discussions, standards and specifications.

What is “Enterprise” Ethereum?

Ethereum blockchain technology is sometimes dubbed as Web 3.0 because it poses a revolutionary approach to networking and communications. However, the protocol and standards defined in Ethereum’s white paper and yellow paper only go so far…

Enterprises have a duty to ensure technologies are reliable and efficient enough to operate at scale and offer adequate value and security to their customers, partners, employees and stakeholders. This is where Enterprise Ethereum comes in to play.

Much like W3C for the internet, the EEA focuses on creating, documenting and maintaining standards that address enterprise requirements.

STRATO Uses Enterprise Ethereum Standards

BlockApps cares deeply about Enterprise Ethereum standards and specifications because they drive the roadmap and development of our flagship STRATO product.

Buy STRATO – Enterprise-Grade Ethereum Platform

BlockApps Activity with EEA

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Recent EEA Announcements

  • Effecting Change in How the U.S. Federal Government Works with Ethereum-Based Projects September 9, 2021
    Companies seeking to work with the U.S. Federal Government in any capacity are required to meet their strict cybersecurity standards. To this end, the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) requires an Authority to Operate (ATO) security authorization process. Achieving this authorization means ensuring compliance with requirements determined by the National Institute of Standards and […]
  • Baseline Knowledge: Getting Acquainted with the Baseline Protocol September 8, 2021
    If you’re tuned into EEA news, you’ve likely heard a lot about EEA Community Projects recently. Born out of a partnership between the EEA and OASIS Open, EEA Community Projects is now the hub for Ethereum-related community-driven business standards development and project advancement. It’s a community that is dedicated to enabling the Ethereum business ecosystem […]
  • EEA Member Spotlight with Marc Meyer, Director of Payments at Crowdz September 7, 2021
    As an EEA member, Crowdz is part of the EEA community of organizations working to advance Ethereum and drive industry adoption. In the Q&A below, the EEA interviewed Director of Payments Marc Meyer about how Crowdz is contributing to the ecosystem to help Ethereum reach its full potential. Please introduce your company and yourself briefly. […]
  • EEA Member Spotlight with Daniel Huang, CEO & Co-founder of BSOS August 17, 2021
    As an EEA member, BSOS is part of the EEA community of organizations working to advance Ethereum and drive industry adoption. In the Q&A below, the EEA interviewed CEO and Co-founder Daniel Huang about how BSOS is contributing to the ecosystem to help Ethereum reach its full potential. Please introduce your company and yourself briefly. […]

BlockApps at EEA Events

Learn more at the EEA Website