Computing giant Oracle is adding the enterprise blockchain platform Hydrogen to its cloud-based marketplace.
Hydrogen offers a suite of Ethereum-based blockchain APIs designed to help companies add decentralized components to their businesses. The platform’s addition to Oracle Cloud brings Hydrogen to thousands of customers browsing for software applications and services.
Oracle Cloud Marketplace launched in 2013 to help software integrators and vendors advertise and browse a wide variety of enterprise software solutions.
The platform now has more than 4,000 apps and services and is accessed by 24,000 global Oracle customers every month.
Oracle is a long-time supporter of blockchain technology and has an enterprise blockchain platform of its own. The Oracle Blockchain Platform (OBP) is designed to help companies easily spin up and launch new blockchains.
The company says a long list of companies are using OBP including Arab Jordan Investment Bank, CargoSmart, Certified Origins and HealthSync.
In addition, Oracle is reportedly suing the New York-based blockchain startup CryptoOracle for using its name. According to CRN, Oracle says the startup is intentionally infringing on its trademark and needs to change its name.
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