Enterprise Ethereum Alliances Unveils New Technical Steering Committee

Enterprise Ethereum Alliances Unveils New Technical Steering Committee

The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance has revealed a new technical steering committee, five months after the group first launched. As CoinDesk reported at the group's launch in February, the alliance is backed by a broad array of blockchain startups and enterprise businesses, including Merck, Toyota, and even the state government of Illinois. The group tripled in size in May, adding more than 80 companies to its roster. Now, the group is laying down some of its governance foundations, instituting a new technical steering committee that will be focused on advancing the EntEth 1.0 reference....


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