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Oracle Joins Industry Leaders at BlockDown to Discuss Supply Chain

Mary Hall
Director, Oracle Blockchain Product Marketing

Mark Rakhmilevich, senior director of blockchain product management at Oracle, will host a roundtable “Lessons from Blockchain Cloud PaaS implementations in Financial Services and Supply Chain projects: Progress and Challenges” at the upcoming BlockDown Virtual Conference June 18-19, 2020. Details for Mark's session are provided below.

Blockchain & Cloud Platforms with Mark Rakhmilevich
WHEN:  June 18, 17:00-18:00/ 5 pm CET/ 8 am PST/11 am ET

“A number of enterprise blockchain projects have gone live, particularly in Financial Services and Supply Chain.  Oracle has actively supported over a hundred customers in these areas, who leveraged Oracle Blockchain Platform," notes  Mark Rakhmilevich.

You're invited to join Mark at this online roundtable to learn about the technical and business challenges seen in Blockchain projects and the successful approaches that helped users to reach their "go-live milestones. "  This session will focus on lessons learned as panelists will share their experiences, the challenges they've faced and solutions that they  would recommend.

“BlockDown roundtables give business and VIP ticket holders the chance to have their say in the most important discussions surrounding blockchain and cryptocurrency at the moment, including defi and custody,” said Erhan Korhaliller, CEO and founder of blockchain PR agency EAK Digital, and organizer of BlockDown.

Register to attend the BlockDown conference and hear the Oracle roundtable. General admission to the BlockDown conference is complimentary.  You can save 20% off of Business & VIP tickets when you register  or BlockDown with code "Oracle20" on the BlockDown website. 

Visit Oracle Blockchain on the web to learn more about Blockchain Technology. 

 

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