Government of Andhra Pradesh join Enterprise Ethereum Alliance.
The Government of Andhra Pradesh, India , becomes the first state government outside the US to join the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance.
“Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA)” reveals the adherence of new members among which the famous include:
- Cisco Systems,
- Loyal Corporation,
- QIWI Blockchain Technology,
- along with 29 other firms.
There are already a few giants such as BP, ConcenSys, BNY Mellon, Credit Suisse, Fubon Financial, ING, JP Morgan, Intel, Microsoft, Thomson Reuters, Antibiotic Research UK, Munich Technical University. State of Illinois.
Recently, Wipro, the leading leading IT consulting and business firm, based in India also joined Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA).
Wipro Limited joined EEA as a founding member to develop Enterprise-Grade Blockchain solutions.
The most important member to join this alliance today is the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh, which wants to become the Silicon Valley of the Blockchain in India.
The special chief secretary and IT advisor to the Andhra Pradhesh Chief Minister, Mr. J.A. Chowdary, mentioned in a statement the government’s ambition to leverage the membership as a way to turn the region into a financial technology tech hub.
“We are keen to integrate Blockchain technology into governance and look forward to our collaboration with Enterprise Ethereum Alliance as well as providing market access to the community. “
The State of Andhra Pradesh, has become the second state government to join this alliance after the integration of the US state of Illinois last May.
This alliance, designed to help companies build software solutions based on the Ethereum Blockchain, now has 150 members since its launch last February. And it’s a safe bet that the integration of this day will boost the value and transactions of the Ethereum.
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