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The Ethereum Enterprise Alliance (EEA) has released a new set of specifications in an effort to provide standards for developers using private iterations of the Ethereum Blockchain.
The EEA announced the release of its Enterprise Ethereum Client Specification V2 and Off-Chain Trusted Computer Specification V0.5. The former is a development of common standards, which aims to ensure that Ethereum developers will write code that “[motivates] enterprise customers to select EEA specification-based solutions over proprietary offerings.”
The Client Specification V2 will essentially offer a label of sorts, which means a product underwent third-party testing in order to be sold as EEA-compliant.