Enterprise Ethereum is a private, permissioned version of the Ethereum blockchain that offers improved security, scalability, and energy efficiency for businesses and organizations. Enterprise Ethereum is ideal for consortiums or other groUPS of organizations that need to collaborate on shared business processes and data.
The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) is a consortium of companies and organizations working together to promote the adoption of Enterprise Ethereum. The EEA is developing standards and guidelines for enterprise Ethereum implementations.
The Enterprise Ethereum Alliance is working on three main types of standards:
1. Application layer standards: These standards define how applications can be built on top of the Enterprise Ethereum platform.
2. Infrastructure layer standards: These standards define how the Enterprise Ethereum platform can be deployed and operated.
3. Interoperability standards: These standards define how different enterprise Ethereum implementations can work together.