Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) announced the launch of Enterprise Ethereum Client Specification (CS) 1.0, an open-source, cross-platform blockchain system for building trust in a smart contract environment.
As stated on the EEA website, Client Specification (CS) 1.0 is designed to replace cumbersome and expensive multiplatform protocols. It will allow Alliance members from a wide variety of sectors – banking, law, telecommunications and healthcare – to create customized blockchain systems that meet their specific needs .
“The ESS cross-platform open source framework will provide a massive adoption of [technology], which was previously unattainable at the corporate level. With more than 500 participating organizations, we expect great achievements in 2018, “said Eene CEO Ron Resnick. He also added that Client Specification (CS) 1.0 was the result of 18 months of “intensive cooperation between the leading corporations and technology companies that are part of our technical committee.”
The EEA website notes that Client Specification (CS) 1.0 will give developers the ability to create frameworks that guarantee interoperability, which will make the system attractive to a large number of corporations.
“EEA Specification gives an idea of the future of scaling, privacy and security – a single development environment for private and public networks Ethereum,” the report said.
To ensure interoperability between the Alliance members, EEA also plans to launch a separate test network.