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The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance connects Fortune 500 enterprises, startups, academics, and technology vendors with Ethereum subject matter experts. Together, we will learn from and build upon the only smart contract supporting blockchain currently running in real-world production – Ethereum – to define enterprise-grade software capable of handling the most complex, highly demanding applications at the speed of business.


Questions/Comments?

Please don't hesitate to reach out to the EEA membership team with any questions you have regarding your membership, how to participate etc.

EEA Member Resources

View the organization documents that govern the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance.  

Create Your EEA Member Account

Note: Determine if you currently have a Confluence account, if you do proceed to step 4. If you do not currently have a Confluence account proceed to Step 1.  If you have any problems creating your account please contact the EEA Membership Team.  

Step 1:  Create a Confluence account.  Note:  It is important that you use your company email address, as your account will be validated based on the domain of your member company. (Gmail, Yahoo accounts etc. will not work.)

Once on the page click "Need an account? Sign up."  Complete the requested information (email address, Full name, and password). 

Step 2:  Verify your email address.  Check your email that you used to create an account for a verification request.

Step 3:  Set up your profile.

Step 4:  Login to the EEA Confluence site, Click "Join with this Account".


Active Working Groups

These groups are created by the members based on the member’s needs and identified business opportunities. EEA can facilitate the conversation and peer to peer domain expertise exchanges. Active Working Groups are listed below, full charters can be viewed by in each respective Working Group space.

If you would like to actively participate in an EEA Working Group please contact the EEA membership team.


Advertising Industry WG

The Advertising Industry Working Group's mission is to research, develop and contribute mainnet Ethereum based solutions to combat problems facing the advertising industry, including advertising fraud and supply chain integrity. The Advertising Industry Working Group will be open and accessible to all participants in the advertising industry including vendors, publishers, suppliers, and consumers. 

Banking WG

The Banking Working Group aims to:

  • Ensure the financial services industry’s needs are broadly served by EEA
  • Inform the EEA reference spec with requirements that allow us to support industry use cases on EEA compliant platforms
  • Strategize and execute on delivering connectivity to existing industry standards like ISO, FpML, MQ, etc.
  • Build a non-IP bearing smart contract library of best practices & templates for financial assets and workflows
  • Ensure legal and regulatory questions are collected and addressed efficiently
  • Foster partnership opportunities between members

Healthcare WG
Due to heavy regulations in pharmaceutical industry we see strong DLT based use cases in the areas of research, production, delivery, usage, service management & support to proof in a transparent way, what has been done by whom and why to any regulator/Auditor. Towards our customers an increase of transparency & trust in provisioning with the right medications/products for the right purpose is a key deliverable. Ensuring data privacy & general reliability & safety of customer/patient data could be part of a separate Working Group, still this element is of high importance to this Working Group too.

Insurance WG
The Insurance Working Group promotes the collaborative development of a standard, open and free to use protocol for decentralized insurance. We want to enable  business processes covering the whole value chain of insurance, new business models, verticals and entities.

Legal Industry WG
The Legal Industry Working Group is focused on two primary objectives. The first objective is educating the legal industry about the benefits of blockchain technology for their profession. The second is the development and standardization of core ethereum enabled technology. We define “legal industry” at this point to primarily mean large global law firms and corporate in-house counsel.

Supply Chain WG
The Supply Chain Working Group to focus ideating, creating POCs, and collaborating on ways to solve pain points existing in supply chain with blockchain solutions.

Token WG
It is the aim of the Token Working Group to evaluate current Initial Coin Offerings on public blockchain networks against institutional and retail investor’s prudential and conduct needs, identify gaps and propose solutions to those gaps. Evaluation should not be just technical in nature; indeed, it should be holistic and multi-lens e.g. business model suitably, tax and accounting standards, legal and regulatory compliance, economics policy, operational risk, auditability.






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