Oracle’s First Dozen Cloud Blockchain Applications Are Now Live
The software giant now has up to a dozen enterprise customers using live blockchain applications.
Big names like IBM, Oracle and the World Health Organization (WHO) will use blockchain technology to track data relating to the coronavirus pandemic.
IBM and Oracle are working on an interoperability project that could unite the business consortia on the companies' respective blockchain platforms.
OKCoin says its regulated status and liquidity mean users will be able to trust that its data feed will be accurate and reliable.
Hydrogen, a builder of ethereum-based blockchain tech, has scored a spot in Oracle's Cloud Marketplace, used by nearly half a million customers.
R3 has hired software sales pro Cathy Minter as chief revenue officer to grow the user base for its paid DLT product, Corda Enterprise.