10 reasons why standards matter for Ethereum - Part 2: The #Buidlers
- Autonity by Clearmatics
- Strato by BlockApps
- Quorum by J.P. Morgan
- Hyperledger Besu by ConsenSys’ PegaSys
“Ethereum's EIP's follow the internet standards traditions of IETF, W3C, etc. in being open, problem-focused, engineering-led, and largely free of corporate bullshit. This approach to standards is a defining characteristic of our community and a key element of its success.”
Founder and CEO, Clearmatics
“As one of the leaders in Enterprise blockchain, BlockApps is always looking for ways to drive adoption, and open standards play an important part of this. We help develop and implement open standards through the Enterprise Alliance because our customers, which range from Fortune 500s to startups, want to know their blockchain solutions are future-proof and portable.”
Founder and CPO, BlockApps
"Ethereum's greatest strength is our community. The community drives experimentation, innovation and software development. In this context, standards are absolutely crucial to ensure we leverage that experimentation and innovation while still having a unified community with interoperable software ventures."
Co-founder and Program Director, ConsenSys’ PegaSys
“Ethereum is a continuously developing and innovating platform with an exceptional developer community and significant adoption. We were inspired to make this platform available for every enterprise and industry through Quorum since 2016. EEA enables us to work on standards with other emerging clients for seamless adoption”
Head of Quorum Engineering at J.P. Morgan
"In software, standards without code is just talk, but protocol code without at least a path to a standard is either a one-off or a mess. It's time for industry standards for how we work with the global Mainnet."
Provisional Chair, Baseline Protocol
Group Executive, Enterprise Mainnet Products and Technology, ConsenSys