Enterprise Ethereum Alliance set up working groups in terms of identity, energy and interoperability

nRunaway Comment: The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) has grown in strength since its establishment early this year, attracting many high quality members. At present, the organization has more than 300 members and a growing number of working groups driven by internal members. Recently, EEA announced the formation of a working group on digital identity, energy and multiplatform interoperability to explore the use of Ethereum in these areas. The active cooperation of its members can drive a real breakthrough in Ethereum technology and accelerate the pace of launching creative solutions.n
nTranslation: Inan
The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) has set up three working groups on digital identity, energy and multi-platform interoperability, respectively, in the hope of using Ethereum technology to develop and implement specific solutions in these areas.n
Founded in February 2017, EEA now has more than 300 members and is the largest blockchain alliance in the world. The organization brings together leading companies such as Intel, Microsoft and MasterCard and Ethereum to develop start-up companies and even government agencies that aim to create enterprise blockchain solutions using open source Ethereum technology.n
In a statement issued recently, the EEA announced three new working groups in terms of digital identity, multi-platform interoperability and energy, bringing the total number of working groups and commissions within the Alliance to 17.n
Jeremy Millar, founding board member of EEA, explained:n
n”The EEA members consider identity, energy and multi-platform interoperability as three areas that will gain real benefits through Ethereum technology in 2018. Working groups are set up to help them innovate, test new ideas and remain competitive.”n
nThe Digital Identity Working Group will focus on the role of Ethereum blockchain technology in developing digital identity classifications that can be implemented across the technology sector.n
The Energy Task Force will define blockchain standards for Ethereum in the energy sector (oil and natural, refinery, trade, utilities, mining, etc.). The group will also develop the necessary infrastructure for the widespread implementation of Ethereum in the energy sector.n
Finally, the multiplatform team will work to make the Ethereum platform available to multiple operating systems and physical hardware. Its ultimate goal is to make the Ethereum blockchain platform popular.n
Millar added:n
n”These EEA workgroups focus on the real challenges that come with deploying and using Ethereum in the enterprise. The output is a key part of the mission of the EEA and our members believe they are actively involved in business development that is good for their own business “n

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