Enterprise Ethereum Alliance Launches Testnet

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An alliance of hundreds of global business brands, the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA), has announced the launch of their first testnet. EEA has partnered with Whiteblock to use their Genesis SaaS platform for blockchain testing. This testing “sandbox” enables members to gain insights and experiment without incurring operational costs of a live environment, EEA says. Now they’ve moved to the next stage of a testnet with their focus being primarily on ethereum, but whether they plan to eventually utilize the public blockchain or something of their own, is not clear. Thus whether private or public, the skills can probably be transferable and thus it can be easy to move between the two, with that potential movement in this case focusing on ethereum.

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An alliance of hundreds of global business brands, the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA), has announced the launch of their first testnet.

EEA has partnered with Whiteblock to use their Genesis SaaS platform for blockchain testing.

The Genesis platform enables members to define their own scenarios, introduce their own nodes, and deploy Dapps, they say.

“The EEA TestNet will enable members to collaborate and understand how Ethereum systems perform at scale in a deterministic and controlled manner,” said Zak Cole, Whiteblock CEO and EEA Testing and Certification Working Group Chair.

This testing “sandbox” enables members to gain insights and experiment without incurring operational costs of a live environment, EEA says.

The many members of the alliance include JP Morgan, Microsoft, Standard Charter, and plenty others.

“Microsoft joins the other members of the EEA in celebrating the launch...

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