The largest group, which includes corporations, universities, banks, start-ups, and even some governments, united by a common desire to develop a blockchain technology, was replenished by 80 new members. This is reported by Trustnodes.
As before, the next expansion of the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) included several loud names. One of the new members of the group is AMD, the manufacturer of GPUs, which had already proved itself as a supplier of equipment for the mining of cryptocurrencies, and now, apparently, decided to approach this industry from the other side.
New EEA Members
Among other things, the EEA includes Kaspersky Lab, which has previously published research on crypto-currencies, the British auditor Ernst and Young, that recently found that more than 10% of the funds raised through the ICO have been lost or stolen, Royal Bank of Canada, which takes part in the development of a blockchaim identification system, the government of Gibraltar, intending to engage in licensing of blockchain-start-ups, the US pharmaceutical company Pfizer and South Korea's largest mobile operator SK Telecom