Enterprise Ethereum Alliance and Hyper Ledger work together to block chain to promote adaptation
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Marcel Knobloch –
The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) has joined forces with the Linux Foundation-hosted Hyper Ledger-project, the adaptation of the block chain technology. The EEA is the world’s largest Open Source Blockchain-a consortium of the world from a multitude of took on after the company.
The EIO has to define the common goal of an enterprise-capable Software to be able to cope with the complex and demanding applications with high speed and without error.
The basis for Ethereum is that to developed a technology for enterprises, offers privacy, confidentiality, scalability and the highest safety standards.
The EIO, as well as Hyper-Ledger the day before yesterday announced that they want to accelerate the spread of the Blockchain for companies around the world. Hyper Ledger is going to stimulate effectively the development of Open-Source Software for the development, Management and integration of Enterprise-Blockchain network.
The cooperation is described as follows (freely translated):
As members of the respective organizations in both communities will be able to in dozens of Special Interest Groups, working groups, Meetups and conferences all over the world about hundreds of thousands of developers in both Communities.
For the future, both companies hope that the cooperation Ethereum developers will encourage their Enterprise projects at Hyper Ledger and Hyper Ledger-project, submit to maintainers, for the standardization of a suitable De-facto interfaces in the respective working groups of the EEA.
This relationship enables the Hyper Ledger to write to developers, Code that corresponds to the EEA specification, and to certify them by EIO-certification test programs, which are expected to be introduced in the second half of the year 2019. We are curious what other synergy effects from future cooperation can be achieved.