The world’s largest blockchain-Ethereum consortium Enterprise Alliance (EEA) has published a set of standards for the creation of a new generation of enterprise applications on the basis of the Ethereum blockchain. About it reports a press-service of the consortium.

According to the Ethereum co-founder Joseph Lubin, standardized architecture Enterprise Architecture Ethereum Stack (EEAS), the development of which took a year and a half, will serve as a “framework element of the world of the decentralized operating system”.

EEAS provides a conceptual framework for creating business solutions in accordance with the specifications Ethereum.

“Another important result of the work of the EEA will be the integration of concepts and technologies public blockchain Ethereum with the work done by the EEA for the company’s specifications. Such a standardized approach will guarantee compatibility, availability of a wide range of providers and reducing the cost through competition”, — said the head of the EEA Ron Resnick.

Note that was founded in February 2017, the EEA represents a group of more than 500 companies, addressing issues of privacy, scalability and security of applications on the Ethereum blockchain. Founding members of the EEA include banks JPMorgan and Santander.

We will remind, in the end of 2017, the EEA has established three working groups for the implementation of Ethereum technologies in the sphere of digital identity, multi-platform compatibility and the energy sector.