The EEA is a “member-driven standards organization” that works to bring interoperability to the blockchain, the same goal as the BIA. With this new opening, the EEA now has offices in Korea, Japan, and China to hold conferences and workshops on emerging industry standards in order to promote their adoption.
For those questioning functionality or needing a primer on the basics of interoperability,
Let’s talk about Aion
Since the last time we gave updates about this BIA partner, the Aion Network initiated further technical developments and published a fantastic analysis on measuring network productivity: the Network Steward Productivity Ratio (NSP).
The NSP assumes that a project is pursuing three goals: developer acquisition, network security, and network activity. The NSP then evaluates each project on the basis of their inputs (capital) and outputs (technical, accessibility, financial). Aion’s goal with this initiative is to find alternative and more accurate means to measure the development of public blockchain network and to fill a theoretical valuation gap that has persisted since the heady days
Aion also made important technical strides this month with the debut of mobile SDKs for Aion
As the members of the Blockchain Interoperability Alliance continue to make technical strides and theoretical advances in governance and industry standards, the industry as a whole continues to look a little brighter in 2019.