Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) To Launch Its New Mainnet Initiative
One of the main consortiums based on the Ethereum ecosystem, the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance, has just announced that a group of developers is being tasked to work on the collaboration between the mainnets of the members.
This group will be known as the EEA Mainnet Initiative and will have the goal of accelerating the cooperation between the companies that are a part of the consortium. They will get together to develop solutions that will make their work more interoperable than it is right now. According to the group, the initiative will help them to match the current requirements of the market, which include greater interoperability.
One of the board members of the EEA, Marley Gray, which also works on Microsoft, affirmed that Ethereum-based mainnets need to increase not only their interoperability but also the scalability of their projects in order to prepare for the future.
Joseph Lubin, one of the creators of Ethereum, founder of ConsenSys and part of the EEA, also talked about this. He affirmed that Ethereum technology is used today more than ever and that most major organizations are starting to get interested, so it is the time to upgrade the tech.
More about this project will be available on Devcon5, which is set to happen in October.
Aya Miyaguchi Will Be A New EEA Board Member
During the same time that the company announced about the new initiative, the role of Aya Miyaguchi was also revealed. She was welcomed as the new board member of the consortium. According to Miyaguchi, this is an exciting time to be a part of the industry.
At the moment, the EEA has over 450 members, being one of the most important blockchain consortiums in the market at the moment. Companies such as JP Morgan Chase, Accenture, Microsoft, Banco Santander, and Cisco are all a part of the project.