The beautiful performance of cryptocurrency does not lie in pump and dump price increments, it has to do more with how it is changing the status quo.
Talking about cryptos with exemplary acts, one needs not go far, but pick Wanchain (WAN). To show how prepared it is to capture the blockchain world completely, Wanchain has announced it joined the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA), the world’s largest open source blockchain initiative.
EEA is regarded by blockchain world as the first global standards organization to deliver an open, standards-based architecture and specification to accelerate the adoption of Enterprise Ethereum.
In a statement by Wanchain today, “The EEA’s world-class Enterprise Ethereum Client Specification and forth-coming testing and certification programs will ensure interoperability, multiple vendors of choice, and lower costs for its members — the world’s largest enterprises and most innovative startups.”
With Wanchain (WAN) joining the Alliance, the cryptocurrency will be able to partner with industry leaders around the globe to bring the best practices to enterprise technology, open standards, and open-source reference architectures.
“By leveraging the Wanchain network and working within the EEA, the Wanchain Foundation is paving the way towards an interoperable future,” the statement indicates.
Oliver Birch, Vice President of Wanchain said: “We are very happy to be a memeber of the EEA.”
“The Alliance allows us the ability to work with industry leaders to address specific use cases. We look forward to helping the community by connecting the world’s digital assets.”
EEA links Fortune 500 enterprises, startups, academics, and technology vendors with Ethereum subject matter experts.
The alliance will make the two firms 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, a statement by Wanchain (WAN) has said.