EEA Releases Standardized Architecture Stack For Privacy-Focused Web Apps On Ethereum

The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) has released their Enterprise Ethereum Architecture Stack (EEAS) today, May 2. The new software stack standardizes the specifications for Ethereum-based business applications for the Web 3.0 era.The EEA is a group of companies focused on improving the privacy, scalability and security of Ethereum blockchain applications. Formed in February 2017 by Santander, JP Morgan and a number of other founders, the organization has grown to over 500 members by 2018.The EEAS, which the EEA has been developing for a year and a half, will serve as a “framework element of the world’s decentralized operating system,” according to Ethereum co-founder Joseph Lubin.Speaking to Cointelegraph, EEA head Ron Resnick explained the importance of having a standardized architecture:“Basically, this conceptual framework characterizes and standardizes all the components from the EEA Ethereum ecosystem, and it extends the concept in technologies from the public Ethereum as the part of our enterprise…

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