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"ETH is dead. Crypto is for losers. Crypto will never get adopted. Blockchain doesn't have to include Ethereum, blablabla." Take a look again at all the corporations that have partnered up with Ethereum in the EEA. Accenture, ING, Credit Suisse, Intel, Microsoft. Ignore the trolls.

Introducing Enterprise Ethereum Alliance

The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) is the industry’s first global standards organization to deliver an open, standards-based architecture and specification to accelerate the adoption of Enterprise Ethereum. The EEA’s world-class Enterprise Ethereum Client Specification and forth-coming testing and certification programs will ensure interoperability, multiple vendors of choice, and lower costs for its members - the world’s largest enterprises and most innovative startups. For additional information about joining the EEA, please reach out to [email protected]

Trust, Privacy & Performance

Ethereum's intrinsically trusted system is the most promising solution for enterprise Blockchain adoption, given its maturity and multi-purpose design. Privacy and Performance improvements will be mandatory to achieve enterprise-ready status and will be the focus of Enterprise Ethereum’s roadmap.

Community & Resources

In partnership with the dedicated and robust Ethereum community, Enterprises are coming together to produce the industry standard, open source, free to use blockchain solutions that will be the foundation for businesses going forward.

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When crypto goes in front of The US Congress. A great read from politico about the difference in opinions between Republicans and Democrats in regards to crypto. The article also discusses the different factions within each party. Banks and there thoughts on crypto regulation was also addressed.

Crypto leaders appeared at a House Financial Services Committee hearing that revealed an emerging ideological divide between the left and the right over how the government should oversee the industry....