In a televised speech at the launch of the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance today, ethereum’s creator, Vitalik Buterin, delivered a speech focusing on why enterprise blockchains, generally seen as competitors to public networks, might have an interest in working together.
Announced today, the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance is a new group of major companies that plans to develop blockchain applications on ethereum (think Microsoft and JPMorgan). Long-rumored, the event today served as a coming out party for the incumbents and startups involved.
In the video, Buterin outlined a technical ethereum roadmap and ended with a summary of the synergies between private and public versions of ethereum.
Notably, Buterin never mentioned the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance by name, but spoke generally to the differences between public and enterprise implementations, as well as the challenges that both types of networks will need to confront.
“In general, I think there are a lot of things that we can work together on. We have shared challenges. If challenges get solved in one context, the solutions can be ported over to another context.”
Buterin is also a representative of the Ethereum Foundation, the Swiss non-profit organization founded to support the public ethereum network. However, Buterin has long shown
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