The company Parity Technologies has introduced a new version of its software for Ethereum called Parity-Ethereum v 2.0. Along with a new name (added the word “Ethereum” which distinguishes this product from other customers Parity — Parity-Parity and Bitcoin-Polkadot) and expanded the functionality of the client. Parity-Ethereum v 2.0 will no longer function as a wallet with full Noda; it will be focused on mining pools, exchanges and services. Those who enjoyed Parity only as a purse, will need to go to a stand-alone application with a graphical user interface.

The client also got rid of all the installers and packages depends on your operating system. Africa sedan the Parity of the Technologies, commented on these changes:

We see a Parity-Ethereum as part of the basic infrastructure that needs to be included in the packages FOR the end user, such as graphic wallets or library in mobile applications.

Parity Ethereum v2.0 also boasts a flexible configuration that the client could easily adapt to the upcoming changes of the Ethereum Protocol. It is noteworthy that the client allows users to connect different mechanisms of consensus and to choose between the virtual machine and Ethereum virtual machine WebAssembly (WASM).

The client Parity-Ethereum v2.0 source code and manual are available on GitHub.


July 17, Gavin wood from Polkadot presented the second Protocol implementation platform. The first implementation that was presented in may included a test rulechain, user interface, and additional validators. The second implementation added parachutes, own blackany Polkadot designed to ensure security and Libp2p, “a highly extensible, and General network stack”. Update to the Protocol was held on July 17 at 6:49 UTC and was completed by all stakeholders in the network. Wood said

As far as I know, this was the first major attempt oncein-update Protocol in the network.

Ethereum Enterprise Alliance

Ethereum Enterprise Alliance (EEA) on July 19 said it will open its first regional office in Japan. EEA appointed by Kazuaki, Ishiguro the regional head office. The Executive Director of the EEA Ron Resnick said:

We are absolute supporters of standardized solutions and standardized specification, so it is very important to gain a foothold in Japan, although we will in other regions where we can find the regional leader who will defend the notion of an open standard.

EEA is a non — profit organization whose purpose is “cooperation of companies of Fortune 500, startups, scientists and developers with experts in important aspects of Ethereum”. Resnick noted that regional offices are to promote community Ethereum and standards of the EEA.

Ishiguro, will be the main contact of the EEA and “Evangelist” in the region. He will assume the responsibility for specification EEA Enterprise Ethereum and different materials of the participants were translated into Japanese and will also participate in workshops and hackathons. He says:

It’s an exciting time in the industry. I look forward to working with the members of the EEA and companies who want to learn more about the Enterprise Alliance standards Ethereum.