Future-Proof: EEA Driving Big Business to Ethereum

Since inception, Ethereum has courted the attention of large companies. At the enterprise-level, no blockchain protocol offers the robust maturity and prospects of Ethereum-powered smart contracts.

However, as CoinDesk reports, it wasn’t until 2017 that a formal large-scale corporate consortium around Ethereum came into fruition: the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA).

Sarson Funds has long covered the EEA and the powerful firms coordinating Ethereum best-practices across a diverse set of sectors. With market giants such as JP Morgan, Microsoft, Santander, E&Y, Citi and more, the EEA created a concerted effort to get large corporates and tech providers on the same page when implementing private (or “permissioned”) versions of Ethereum technology.

Thereafter, the EEA became a kind of standards organization for blockchain business, with an eye on a future state when the public blockchain might join with private implementations.

Check out the Sarson Funds Snapshot on the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance below.

You can read CoinDesk’s full article, written by Ian Allison, here.

Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) Rolls Out Real Estate Industry Guidelines

The EEA Real Estate Special Interest Group (SIG) recently released a set of use cases around blockchain and real estate. The group, which is made up of 50 international real estate leaders known for championing technology in the field, developed the document to highlight areas in which blockchain can improve customer interactions, speed up transactions, and create more efficient business models in the industry. The publication features use cases covering:

  • Token Securitization
  • Land Registries and Cadastrals
  • Token-Enabled Marketplaces
  • Standardized Property Data
  • Tokenization of Real Estate
  • Sales Process Optimization
  • Real Estate Management
  • Property Identification, Listings, and Data

To read the full report, click here.