Fintech blockchain developer Hydrogen has announced that its platform is now available on software giant Oracle’s Cloud Marketplace.
Hydrogen now available to millions
On Sept. 4, the startup announced that the listing on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure will make its application programming interface available to millions of Oracle customers.
Hydrogen offers tools to build applications for banking, savings and insurance, among other aspects of digital finance. Mike Kane, co-founder and CEO of Hydrogen, said:
“Hydrogen is being used by financial institutions big and small to quickly build consumer facing fintech applications.”
David Hicks, a vice president at Oracle, said:
“Hydrogen’s commitment to innovation with the Oracle Cloud and quality execution helps our mutual customers receive cloud-enabled fintech solutions ready to meet critical business needs.”
Earlier this year, Oracle expanded its features on its enterprise-grade Oracle Blockchain Platform that simplify the process of integrating existing business and IT systems, and speed up development and deployment of new blockchain applications.
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