Three Blockchain Companies Join Confidential Computing Consortium with BAT and Google Cloud
摘要： The other members include the consulting giant Accenture, American chip giant Nvidia and AMD, Anjuna, Anqlave and Cosmian.
On June 30th, Confidential Computing Consortium (CCC), which organized by the Linux Foundation and a number of major technology companies, announced on the 29th of June that nine new members have joined. According to ChainDD, there are three blockchain companies in the nine new members:
1. Enterprise blockchain technology company R3；
2. A blockchaine-based trusted Internet of Things company IoTeX；
3. The first blockchain-based decentralized cloud computing market iExec.
The other members include the consulting giant Accenture, American chip giant Nvidia and AMD, Anjuna, Anqlave and Cosmian.
According to the CCC, its member will have $800,000 annual work budget. Moreover, the number of members has increased by 60% in nine months and ten new members have been recruited in the last five months.
ChainDD noticed that CCC was established in August last year and was committed to defining and accelerating the application of Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) technology supporting the promotion of open source projects that use hardware-based TEE.
The founding members of CCC include Alibaba, Arm, Google Cloud, ByteDance ( the parent company of TikTok ), decentriq, Fortanix, Huawei, Intel, Kindite, Microsoft, Oasis Labs, Oracle, Red Hat, Swisscom, Tencent and VMware. We can find that most of CCC founding members are data privacy research companies but the blockchain company Oasis Labs. Facebook has joined the CCC since then.