PRüF Protocol accepted into EEA.
PRüF Protocol, the premier next-generation tokenization protocol, has joined the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA), enabling critical new opportunities for collaboration with industry leaders and standards organizations.
“We expect that EEA membership will serve as a powerful platform for us to help to steer asset tokenization efforts to ensure a vibrant, prosperous ecosystem moving forward!” — PRüF CEO Cliff Smyth
The EEA includes many Interest and Working Groups, including Financial Services, Supply Chain, tokenization, DeFi, and many other groups relevant to PRüF Protocol.
Membership in the EEA will help PRüF connect with key individuals and corporations, enabling us to participate in special working groups and standards bodies relevant to asset tokenization and authentication.
The EEA membership base represents hundreds of companies from every region and various sectors, including government, technology, legal, banking, healthcare, energy, pharmaceuticals, insurance, and more.
The founding members of the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance rotating board include Accenture, Banco Santander, BlockApps, BNY Mellon, CME Group, ConsenSys, IC3, Intel, J.P. Morgan, Microsoft, and Nuco. Other notable members of the Alliance include VMWare, Credit Suisse, UBS, INGBank, and FedEx.
PRüF’s membership in this prestigious organization will play a key role in our strategic efforts to modernize and secure asset tokenization for everyone.
Here at PRüF, we are incredibly excited about this opportunity to contribute to the Ethereum/EVM ecosystem, collaborate with other members, develop new business opportunities, and drive industry adoption for asset tokenization.
The EEA charter and other materials are publicly available on the EEA website at entethalliance.org.