Welcome to the EEA Collaboration Site!
As a member of the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA), you are part of the largest Enterprise Ethereum ecosystem. The EEA works with organizations, like yours, to promote the use of Ethereum technology in daily business operations. We empower the Ethereum ecosystem to develop new business opportunities, drive industry adoption, and learn and collaborate with one another. We work together to create world-class specifications, a TestNet environment, and a forthcoming certification program that will ensure interoperable and cost-effective solutions for all.
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EthTrust Security Levels Working Group to Set Standards for Smart Contract Transactions
The EEA EthTrust Security Levels Working Group is continuing the advances begun by the Ethereum Trust Alliance (ETA), now part of the EEA, on the EthTrust project, that will set standards for secure, smart contract transactions that are conducted within the Ethereum ecosystem. Given that it only takes one small flaw in smart contract code to instantly lock up or lose tens of millions of dollars, the EthTrust project’s standard and registry aim to make it quick and easy for organizations and individuals to tell if a smart contract has been through a full security audit by a professional team. If you are interested in EthTrust security, join the EthTrust Security Levels Working Group.”
EEA Releases Specification V6 and Permissioned Blockchains Specification V2 to Accelerate Enterprise Blockchain
The EEA released the next version of the EEA Enterprise Ethereum Client Specification V6, and the EEA Permissioned Blockchains Specification V2. These open, standards-based specifications, based on the Enterprise Ethereum Architecture Stack, will accelerate the adoption and deployment of Enterprise Ethereum solutions worldwide. Download the Specifications and the Stack Documents today from the EEA Technical Resources folder in the Group Library!
EEA members can now test their Enterprise Ethereum applications through the EEA TestNet. This testing “sandbox” enables members to gain insights and experiment on the best ways to deliver value to customers without incurring operational costs of a live environment. Pre-deployment testing helps members avoid network failures that could significantly diminish credibility and market confidence.
The EEA TestNet is orchestrated and managed by The Machine Consultancy. Antoine Toulmé of TMC is also chair of the EEA’s Testing Working Group, leading the development of improved interoperability for TestNet creation.