Enterprise Ethereum Alliance expands dramatically announcing 86 new members including Broadridge, DTCC, Deloitte, Infosys, ?Merck KGaA?, MUFG, National Bank of Canada, Rabobank, Samsung SDS, State Street, Toyota and many of the most innovative startups in the Ethereum Ecosystem

Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA), a newly formed
enterprise collaboration focused on Ethereum blockchain technology, is pleased to announce
the addition of over 86 new companies to its membership with many continuing to onboard and
be announced in the upcoming months. Comprised of the most advanced enterprises and
startup blockchain innovators, EEA is designed to build, promote, and broadly support
Ethereum-based technology best practices, standards, and a reference architecture, EntEth 1.0.

The new members of EEA include Access, Adapt Forward, Alchemy Limited, AlphaPoint,
Antony Welfare, Aquarius Capital Management, AutoBoard Systems, Axcent LLC, Bancor,
BigchainDB, Blk Technologies, Blockchain Hub Limited, BlockCypher, Brian Ray, Broadridge,
CareChain, CCA, Clause, Clearmatics Technologies, Clozer Technologies, CoinFund, Coinplug,
ConsenLabs, Consensus Base, Couger, CryptoMKT, CYPHA GmbH, Dapps.ai, Datarella,
DeliverThat, De Cooperatieve Rabobank U.A, Deloitte, The Depository Trust & Clearing
Corporation (DTCC), DigixGlobal, Dinosaur Dog, ElectricChain, Elevondata Labs Inc., Etherisc,
Fundacion CTIC Centro Tecnologico, Gem, Global Consent Limited, Global Trade Guardian –
LexEcon Consulting Group, Hashed Health, Hijro, Illinois Department of Financial and
Professional Regulation, Infosys, InGauge Trading Technologies Inc., Ian Pilon, Infrachain Asbl,
Intelligent’er Re’Development, ING, iPaynow, Jiangsu Huaxin Blockchain Research Institute,
Kaula, Ledger, Libra, Melonport, Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany, MME, Mitsubishi UFJ
Financial Group, Model Communities Association, Musicoin, National Bank of Canada, Noah
Perius, Nordic Alliance, NXN, Parkview Ventures, Qingxin Technology, Red Chalk Group,
Samsung SDS, San Francisco Stock Exchange, Smart Contract Japan, SmartU Electronics
Trading L.L.C, State Street Emerging Technologies Center, Synechron, Taishin Financial
Holdings, Taiwan FinTech Association, Tecnalia Research & Innovation, Toyota Research
Institute, TraderLynk Ltd, Trust Stamp, UNLP, Utocat, Vanbex Group, Wall Street Blockchain
Alliance, and Zerocoin Electric Coin Company.

The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) was formed earlier this year, seeking to evolve
Ethereum so that is can serve as an enterprise-grade technology. EEA’s research and
development is focused on privacy, confidentiality, scalability, and security. EEA is also
investigating hybrid architectures that span both permissioned and public Ethereum networks as
well as industry specific application layer working groups.

Julio Faura, chairman of EEA and head of blockchain r&d at Santander expressed, “The
enthusiasm around EEA is remarkable. 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 collectively develop industry standards and facilitate open source collaboration with its
member base and is open to any members of the Ethereum community who wish to participate.
This collaborative framework will enable the mass adoption at a depth and breadth otherwise
unachievable in individual corporate silos and provide insight to the future of scalability, privacy,
and confidentiality of the public Ethereum permissionless network.
For additional information about joining EEA, please reach out to
[email protected]

Full press release: https://entethalliance.org/enterprise-ethereum-alliance-release-05-19-2017.pdf