The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance, an organization that involves some of the best names in blockchain, has recently announced its Technical Steering Bo
The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance, an organization that involves some of the best names in blockchain, has recently announced its Technical Steering Board.
The Technical Steering Board is formed by representatives from the member organizations. It is reportedly said to focus on building out EtETH1.0, the protocol at the foundation of the Alliance`s work.
The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance works to advance adaptation of the Ethereum blockchain, both publicly and within companies. Its members come from a number of industries and some of them are well-known in their fields of endeavor. Microsoft, IBM, JP Morgan, and BNY Mellon are only part of the list that cryptocoinnews.com cited.
The online media also mentioned the Ethereum Virtual Machine that is said to be one of the most widely used methods for building blockchain technology. It is not surprising that the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance is one of the largest projects that are trying to implement distributed applications.
The Technical Steering Board has three objectives as announced in the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance newsletter:
“Configurable Consensus: the ability to swap consensus mechanisms depending on the type of environment one wants to create. Privacy: the ability to have only the desired counterparties (and regulator, if necessary) able to see a transaction. Rules Based Access Control: the ability to have role assignment, role authorization, and permission authorization.”
Further, cryptocoinnews.com presents the following list of board members:
- Banco Santander – John Whelan
- BlockApps – Kieren Lubin-James
- BNY Mellon – Alex Batlin (chair)
- CME Group – Jonathan Morley
- ConsenSys – Bob Summerwill
- Cryptape – Jan Xie
- IC3 – Andrew Miller
- Intel – Sanjay Bakshi
- P. Morgan – Tyrone Lobban
- Microsoft – Marley Grey
- Nuco – Jinius T
The board should stick to the objectives as outlined above.