Born out of Ethereum skype rooms, Eris Industries set out to replace the Bitcoin Foundation as part of a US$100,000 contest.
Burrow, the world's first permissioned Ethereum smart-contract blockchain node, is launched.
Eris 0.10, the world's first open-source smart contract suite, is launched.
Eris rebrands to Monax, pivoting its business focus from enterprise grade solutions to the small business community.
Monax submits its smart contract machine to Hyperledger for the furtherance of cross-industry blockchain technologies.
Monax joins the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance (EEA) connecting Fortune 500 enterprises, startups, academics and technology vendors.
In collaboration with some of the world's most prominent law and technology firms, the Agreements Network will provide the legal layer for a networked world.