Peer Mountain joins Enterprise Ethereum Alliance

June 06, 2018
Richard Reed

Blockchain commerce firm Peer Mountain is joining the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA), the world’s largest open-source blockchain initiative.

The EEA aims to make the Ethereum blockchain easily available for private business use – up until now, companies have had to build their own proprietary versions of the blockchain.

The Alliance has just released version 1.0 of its client-side platform, which will give organisations access to a single, open-source, cross-platform framework to speed up business transactions.

Peer Mountain’s Peerchain technology encrypts and decentralises data, providing businesses with automated data-protection compliance.

As a member of the EEA, Peer Mountain will work with industry leaders to build best practices and open standards on Ethereum-based enterprise technology.

“Membership in the EEA will help boost development of our enterprise-ready cross-chain protocol that connects SSID holders with businesses, enabling scalable blockchain commerce,” said Peer Mountain CEO and founder Jed Grant.

“Working closely with our fellow alliance members, we hope to accelerate enterprise-level adoption of blockchain technology and enable our clients to deliver innovative solutions to their customers.”

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