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Auctus Joins The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance

Auctus Joins The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance

Auctus Joins The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance Auctus announced today that it joined the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA), the worlds largest open source blockchain initiative with over 250 member companies. Auctus joined EEA to leverage its network for enhancing our products, services and token offerings and support the adoption of Ethereum in the enterprise. Ludmila Lopes said, We are very excited to be a part of the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance. We aim to leverage the EEA network to build more value for our community and improve existing products, services and token offerings. After joining MAMA, this is a further milestone for Auctus in pursuit of industry best practice. The Auctus Platform is a global smart contract-based retirement and goal-based saving platform with specialized portfolio management services for traditional equity and bond investments, as well as cryptocurrency investments. The platform provides the user an aggregated view of all retirement savings, from government regulated IRA/401k plans, voluntary traditional retirement plans, as well as crypto wallets. Auctus mission is to put retirement savers back in control of their retirement plan by providing the information needed to take well informed decisions and using blockchain to increase transparency and automation. Auctus offers robo advisory, transparency, automation and record keeping, as well as a marketplace that allows the retirement community to come together without middlemen. The EEA is an industry-supported, not-for-profit established to build, promote, and broadly support Ethereum-based technology best practices, open standards, and open-source reference architectures. The EEA is helping to evolve Ethereum into an enterprise-grade technology, providing research and development in a ra Continue reading >>

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In case you are wondering why you are being downvoted into oblivion, that list of "huh who?" EEA members includes: Accenture - Fortune 500 global consultancy firm BP - Oil & Gas multinational with $250 Billion annual revenues BNY Mellon - Banking & Financial services giant with over $1.7 trillion in assets under management Cisco - Fortune 500 IT conglomerate with over 70,000 employees Credit Suisse - Swiss Banking & Financial services company with 800 billion in assets under management Deloitte - One of the "Big 4" largest global consultancy firms ING Intel - Largest semiconductor manufacturer in the world JP Morgan - Largest banking and financial services company in the United States, with over $2.5 trillion assets under management, and over $23 trillion assets in custody Master Card - Issuer of more than 1 billion credit and debit cards, and processor of over $3.6 trillion in purchases each year Microsoft - $700 Billion software giant, and creator of defacto computer operating system of the world Pfizer - Largest Pharmaceutical company in the world Santander - Largest consumer banking and financial services group in Europe with over 180,000 employees UBS - One of the largest private banking and financial services company in the world, with over $3 trillion assets under management Continue reading >>

Enterprise Ethereum Alliance

Enterprise Ethereum Alliance

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Shipchain Joins The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance

Shipchain Joins The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance

ShipChain Joins The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance ShipChain joins the EEA with Microsoft, Intel, Thomson Reuters, Cisco and others. ShipChain is proud to announce that we have been accepted into the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance . The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) is a prestigious alliance set to connect the most innovative companies in the space with Fortune 100s and various high level vendors, partners and experts. ShipChain is building the blockchain based freight and logistics platform of the future, and is a proud supporter of Ethereum, the EEA and its members. ShipChain has a whos who list of industry veterans involved from Roger Crook (former CEO at DHL), Kevin Harrington (Shark Tank), Al Pettenato (Vice President at XPO Logistics) and high-level partnerships with established brands. Here is a blurb about the purpose of the EEA: The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance connects Fortune 500 enterprises, startups, academics, and technology vendors with Ethereum subject matter experts. Together, we will learn from and build upon the only smart contract supporting blockchain currently running in real-world production Ethereum to define enterprise-grade software capable of handling the most complex, highly demanding applications at the speed of business. Other notable members of the EEA include: Microsoft, Intel, CME Group, ING, MasterCard, Thomson Reuters, Cisco, and others. ShipChain is proud to be a formal member, and is looking forward to utilizing the EEA and its full network and benefits to the maximum.Opinions expressed here by Contributors are their own. Continue reading >>

Enterprise Ethereum Alliance Forms New Digital Id, Energy, And Multiplatform Working Groups

Enterprise Ethereum Alliance Forms New Digital Id, Energy, And Multiplatform Working Groups

Enterprise Ethereum Alliance forms new digital ID, energy, and multiplatform working groups The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA), the worlds largest open-source blockchain initiative, launched today three new member-driven working groups in digital identity, energy, and multiplatform interoperability. This brings the total number of EEA industry-led working groups and committees to 17. Each working group is tasked with creating and delivering specific advancements to the development and use of Ethereum-based technologies. EEAs member-driven working groups focus on solving the real-world challenges of deploying and using Ethereum in the enterprise. The output of the working groups is a key component of EEAs mission and active participation is something our members find valuable to their businesses, said Jeremy Millar, founding board member, EEA. Identity, energy and multiplatform interoperability are three areas where EEA members see real advantages to using Ethereum technologies in 2018. Working groups allow them to innovate, test new ideas and stay competitive. EEA was launched earlier this year and now has nearly 300 member companies and offers the most industry-focused, member-driven working groups. EEAs membership represents a wide variety of business sectors from every region of the world, including technology, banking, government, healthcare, energy, pharmaceuticals, marketing, and insurance, as well as a number of fast-growing Ethereum startups. Digital Identity Working Group The goal of the Digital Identity Working Group is to establish a general understanding about the role of Ethereum in the digital identity space and to develop a taxonomy that is widely accepted and practiced in the technology industry. Energy Working Group The Energy Working Group is defi Continue reading >>

Enterprise Ethereum Alliance Membership Expands To Include Russia's Sberbank, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Others

Enterprise Ethereum Alliance Membership Expands To Include Russia's Sberbank, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Others

Enterprise Ethereum Alliance Membership Expands To Include Russia's Sberbank, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Others As it continues to grow, the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance can count a Russian bank alongside a plethora of other institutions among its ranks. On October 18, 2017, blockchain consortium Enterprise Ethereum Alliance ( EEA ) revealed that, in addition to Russian bank Sberbank, over 40 other companies have joined a growing list of blockchain innovators, including Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE). EEA also announced four working groups and one new committee have been added, bringing the combined total to 14 since the consortiums launch in February 2017. EEA's vast membership encompasses industry leaders from public and private sectors alike. HPE hopes the cooperation will boost blockchain development to meet changing marketplace demands. On joining the consortium, global financial services industry lead at HPE, Markus Ogurek, expressed his company's focus. "Joining the EEA is a significant step for Hewlett Packard Enterprise in making blockchain enterprise-ready and accelerating our customers' journey to production, said Ogurek. Our commitment to the EEA will help enterprise-grade blockchain technology adoption and will enable clients to innovate in most demanding applications." The first Russian bank to join EEA , Sberbank has already engaged in blockchain proofs of concept to test letters of guarantee and letters of credit. Sberbank isn't the first large financial organization to dabble in blockchain system development, and head of trade finance and correspondent banking at Sberbank Evgeny Kravchenko is reported to have remarked, "I think blockchain may influence all the parties who are represented here, because all the banks are here, Swift is here. But the m Continue reading >>

Enterprise Ethereum Alliance Announces Three New Working Groups

Enterprise Ethereum Alliance Announces Three New Working Groups

It has been a while since we last heard from the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance.Although thisentity has made a great impact already, its always good to learn about new initiatives. It seems the group is now focusing on three new areas of interest. Digital identity, energy, and multiplatform working groups have been established to explore new opportunities. Its an interesting developmentfor the EEA, as blockchain technology can make a big impact in all of these areas. It has been a pretty good year for the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance . This initiative launched not long ago and has quickly become the worlds largest open-source blockchain initiative. With support from several dozen members acrossvarious industries, no one can deny the interest in both blockchain and Ethereum technology has never been greater. It will be interesting to see how all of this plays out in the long run, though, as there are quite a few initiatives taking place. More specifically, the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance is working on a total of 17 different initiatives as we speak. Every single one of these has its own working group or committee overseeing research and development. Withits new focus on digital identity, energy, and multiplatform interoperability, another important stephas been taken by the EEA. Creating and delivering specific advancementsin Ethereum-based technologies for these industries will be anexciting challenge. Jeremy Millar, a founding board member at the EEA, explainedthenew venture as follows: EEAs member-driven working groups focus on solving the real-world challenges of deploying and using Ethereum in the enterprise. The output of the working groups is a key component of EEAs mission and active participation is something our members find valuable to their businesses. Identi Continue reading >>

Enterprise Ethereum Alliance Launches Three New Work Groups

Enterprise Ethereum Alliance Launches Three New Work Groups

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Ethlend Joins The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance(eea)

Ethlend Joins The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance(eea)

Passionate about blockchain and crypto. Determined to change access to finance with ETHLend. ETHLend Joins The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance(EEA) Chiasso, Switzerland 17.2.2018 We are proud to announce that ETHLend has officially joined the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) , the worlds largest open source blockchain initiative with over 250 member companies. ETHLend, a supporter of the Ethereum blockchain technology has joined EEA to participate in the Banking Working group, specifically to share knowledge on financial smart contracts with the banking enterprise industry and to support the adoption of Ethereum in the enterprise. As an early adopter of the Ethereum blockchain technology, ETHLend shares the knowledge and disruptiveness of the blockchain technology across the banking industry. ETHLend currently operates smart contracts, which provides a real life documentation of the disruptiveness of the underlying technology. Our vision is to share our experience across the Banking Working group for the decentralized benefit. Stani Kulechov, Founder and CEO of ETHLend. ETHLend is a fully decentralized financial marketplace built on top of the Ethereum Network allowing lenders and borrowers from all over the world to create peer to peer lending agreements in a secure and transparent way using Blockchain and Smart Contracts. ETHLend is thrilled to have been accepted as a formal member, and is looking forward to take full advantage of the benefits of being part of the EEA prestigious network collaborating, sharing knowledge among members and supporting the adoption of Ethereum in the enterprise. The EEA is an industry-supported, not-for-profit alliance established to build, promote, and broadly support Ethereum-based technology best practices, open standards, and open-sou Continue reading >>

80 New Members Joined Enterprise Ethereum Alliance

80 New Members Joined Enterprise Ethereum Alliance

80 New Members Joined Enterprise Ethereum Alliance AMD, EY, Kaspersky, Pfizer,The Royal Bank of Canada and Government of Gibraltar are among them The largest group, which includes corporations, universities, banks, start-ups, and even some governments, united by a common desire to develop a blockchain technology, was replenished by 80 new members. This is reported by Trustnodes. As before, the next expansion of the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) included several loud names. One of the new members of the group is AMD, the manufacturer of GPUs, which had already proved itself as a supplier of equipment for the mining of cryptocurrencies, and now, apparently, decided to approach this industry from the other side. Among other things, the EEA includes Kaspersky Lab, which has previously published research on crypto-currencies, the British auditor Ernst and Young, that recently found that more than 10% of the funds raised through the ICO have been lost or stolen, Royal Bank of Canada, which takes part in the development of a blockchaim identification system, the government of Gibraltar, intending to engage in licensing of blockchain-start-ups, the US pharmaceutical company Pfizer and South Korea's largest mobile operator SK Telecom Continue reading >>

Amd, Ey, Kaspersky, Pfizer And 80 Others Join The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance

Amd, Ey, Kaspersky, Pfizer And 80 Others Join The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance

AMD, EY, Kaspersky, Pfizer and 80 Others Join the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance The worlds biggest collaboration on blockchain technology of corporations, universities, banks, start-ups and even some governments, has added more than 80 new members according to an announcement by the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA). That includesAdvanced Micro Devices (AMD), which saw their GPUs go out of stock last year as they became a very valuable mining commodity following a boom the likes of which this space has never seen. AMD has made no statement on their joining of the alliance, but the act does seem to signal they are now at least partially focusing on this space after seeing their sales and their stock price increase, in part due to ethereum mining: Kaspersky Labs is a curious new member, as is in many ways Pfizer, the pharmaceuticals giant. What either hopes to achieve from the membership is unknown, but blockchains application is so wide, including supply chains and record-keeping, with some aspects of it potentially useful for the health giant. The Royal Bank of Canada, their biggest bank, has also joined. As well as the Government of Gibraltar itself. Together with SK Telecom, South Koreas largest wireless carrier. This is probably the worlds biggest collaboration in history between so many diverse industries, but what are they trying to achieve? Exact details are sparse, but in broad terms they are in effect trying to get ready for the mass use of blockchain technology which remains at an early stage. They are thus trying to strengthen and improve it so when the tech is enterprise level ready they have the knowhow and perhaps a slight advantage to race to the market. They are doing so through what wed consider a transitional path. It is probable they all realize event Continue reading >>

Enterprise Ethereum Alliance

Enterprise Ethereum Alliance

Hewlett Packard Enterprise and 47 Organizations Join 200-Member Strong Enterprise Ethereum Alliance Four More Working Groups Launched for A Total of 14; Includes Quorum, Communications Protocol, Standards and Integration and Tools Working Groups NEW YORK, N.Y., USA October 18, 2017 The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) announced today that Hewlett Packard Enterprise , along with 47 other companies, had joined, raising membership to 200. In addition, four member-driven Working Groups were launched bringing the total to 14 Working Groups and Committees initiated since EEAs launch in February of this year. EEA is the worlds largest open-source blockchain initiative and offers the most industry-focused, member-driven Working Groups. EEAs membership represents a wide variety of business sectors from every region of the world, including technology, banking, government, healthcare, energy, pharmaceuticals, marketing, and insurance, as well as a number of fast-growing Ethereum startups. Joining the EEA is a significant step for Hewlett Packard Enterprise in making blockchain enterprise-ready and accelerating our customers journey to production, said Markus Ogurek, HPEs Global Financial Services Industry Lead. Our commitment to the EEA will help enterprise-grade blockchain technology adoption and will enable clients to innovate in most demanding applications. Along with Hewlett Packard Enterprise,new members joining the EEA include: New Working Groups and Committees include: The Quorum Working Group, Co-Chairs: Conor Svensson, blk.io and Alex Liu, AMIS The Communications Protocol Working Group, Co-Chairs: Oliver Kemmis, Globility Limited and Dele Olajide, TraderLynk The Integration and Tools Working Group, Co-Chairs Conor Svensson, blk.io and Juan Blanco, Consensys The Standar Continue reading >>

Enterprise Ethereum Alliance

Enterprise Ethereum Alliance

Ethereum's intrinsically trusted system is the most promising solution for enterprise Blockchain adoption, given its maturity and multi-purpose design. Privacy and Performance improvements will be mandatory to achieve enterprise-ready status and will be the focus of Enterprise Ethereums roadmap. In partnership with the dedicated and robust Ethereum community, Enterprises are coming together to produce the industry standard, open source, free to use blockchain solutions that will be the foundation for businesses going forward. This form needs Javascript to display, which your browser doesn't support. Sign up here instead Continue reading >>

Enterprise Ethereum Alliance Adds 48 New Members

Enterprise Ethereum Alliance Adds 48 New Members

Enterprise Ethereum Alliance Adds 48 New Members Oct 18, 2017 at 16:05 UTC|UpdatedOct 18, 2017 at 16:05 UTC Forty-eight companies have joined the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance, including Hewlett-Packard spin-off HP Enterprise (HPE). The list of new members is varied, drawn from the blockchain startup ecosystem as well as the IT, finance and academic worlds. Among the new members is the University of New South Wales, which this week unveiled a new consumer loyalty research initiative that sees it offering the cryptocurrency ether as a reward for purchases. In total, 200 firms are now taking part in the initiative. It's perhaps unsurprising that HPE would throw its weight behind the EEA, given its recent moves around the technology. As previously reported, HPE worked with distributed ledger startup R3 to develop new solutions for its client base, and by August had already begun testing with some of its customers. Markus Ogurek, HYPE's global financial services industry lead, said in a statement: "Joining the EEA is a significant step for Hewlett Packard Enterprise in making blockchain enterprise-ready and accelerating our customers' journey to production." First revealed in January, the EEA formally debuted in late February with the backing of major firms like JPMorgan Chase, British Petroleum (BP), Microsoft and a number of other established companies and blockchain startups. Since then, it's attracted new members like Japanese teleccom KDDI, the government of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh and Sberbank , Russia's largest banking firm. The leader in blockchain news, CoinDesk is a media outlet that strives for the highest journalistic standards and abides by a strict set of editorial policies . CoinDesk is an independent operating subsidiary of Digital Currency Group, Continue reading >>

Enterprise Ethereum Alliance

Enterprise Ethereum Alliance

Ensure the financial services industrys needs are broadly served by EEA Inform the EEA reference spec with requirements that allow us to support industry use cases on EEA compliant platforms Strategize and execute on delivering connectivity to existing industry standards like ISO, FpML, MQ, etc. Build a non-IP bearing smart contract library of best practices & templates for financial assets and workflows Ensure legal and regulatory questions are collected and addressed efficiently Foster partnership opportunities between members Create standards for the management of regulated communication such that service providers can provide all the necessary meta data and media data surrounding a communication. Define how all such data will be stored and the access management required for regulatory compliance and data analytics. Propose new protocols and standards for the discovery, peering and connecting of endpoints across multiple diverse communities (TDM, SIP, WebRTC, Skype, etc) for communication. This includes how the peering directory will be stored and managed. Propose protocols and standards for web-based communication between nodes on an Ethereum network in a decentralised way. Due to heavy regulations in pharmaceutical industry we see strong DLT based use cases in the areas of research, production, delivery, usage, service management & support to proof in a transparent way, what has been done by whom and why to any regulator/Auditor. Towards our customers an increase of transparency & trust in provisioning with the right medications/products for the right purpose is a key deliverable. Ensuring data privacy & general reliability & safety of customer/patient data could be part of a separate Working Group, still this element is of high importance to this Working Group to Continue reading >>

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