Past Meetup

EEA: Accelerating The Enterprise Ethereum Blockchain Revolution with Standards

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YETI Flagship

220 South Congress Avenue · Austin, TX

How to find us

Our event will be held at Techstars, which is under the YETI store. Upon arrival, walk around the front of the YETI entrance to the alley way where you will see a wall of windows and the entrance to Techstars, Suite 010.

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Details

Enterprise Ethereum Alliance - https://entethalliance.org/

Topic: Accelerating The Enterprise Ethereum Blockchain Revolution with Standards

- Harnessing EEA blockchain standards to create real-world, interoperable applications for business environments worldwide.
- Driving business collaboration, market participation, and interoperability by enabling Web 3.0 with EEA standards-based blockchain
- How the EEA’s architecture, spec, TestNet, certification program and Special Interest Groups are accelerating the ecosystem

About the Presenter:

Ron Resnick, Executive Director, Enterprise Ethereum Alliance

Ron Resnick is a business development professional with over 25 years of experience successfully growing high technology businesses and their ecosystems. Prior to his appointment as EEA’s first Executive Director, Ron served as President and Chairman of the Board for AirFuel Alliance, continuing the role he occupied within Power Matters Alliance.

From 2002 – 2012, Ron filled various roles at Intel and as President and Chairman of the Board of the WiMAX Forum, an industry association driving 4G wireless broadband. At Intel, Ron launched and served as General Manager of Intel’s Broadband Wireless business startup delivering one of the first 4G broadband modems. Initial role at Intel included Intel Capital Investment Director and Director of New Business Development at Intel’s Architecture Labs, successfully funding and managing the launch of multiple seed and new business ventures.

Earlier in his career, Ron was Vice President of Marketing at a computer peripherals manufacturer and developed one of the first VOIP instant messaging applications.

Prior to his contributions in the corporate world, Ron also served as a pilot in the U.S. Air Force.