Enterprise Ethereum Alliance grows member base
Enterprise Ethereum Alliance has added 86 companies to its membership roster with more to come, according to a press release.
"The enthusiasm around EEA is remarkable," Julio Faura, chairman of EEA and head of blockchain R&D at Santander, said in the release. "Our new members come from varying industries such as pharma, mobile, banking, automotive, management consulting and hardware as well as the startup community driving innovation. It's great to see everyone come together and build the next generation of our economy on Ethereum blockchain solutions."
EEA will develop an open source base to generate a mass adoption of distributed ledger technology through its member base, according to the release.
"Blockchain technology can and will change the way the world transacts over the next 20 years," Igor Telyatnikov, president and chief operating officer of AlphaPoint, said in the release. "We are excited to join the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance and be part of one of the greatest communities driving blockchain adoption in the Enterprise, merging the benefits of public and private blockchains. We are aligned in that mission and are proud to be helping large financial institutions deploy this cutting-edge technology to drive internal efficiencies as well as new products and services into the market."