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San Francisco Conferences Report

Credits has attended two great tech conferences, Oracle OpenWorld 2019 on September 16-19 and Blockchain Bridge Conference on Sept 18-19 that both took place in San Francisco. The business and technology events have gathered lots of partners and customers from around the world, providing an opportunity to get acquainted with today's most advanced technologies and share best practices.

Oracle Open World is an annual conference for business decision-makers, IT management, and line-of-business end users that takes place at The Moscone Center and throughout the South of Market district. 

The event exhibited the latest and advanced products and services including IT innovation, Consulting services, Web Services, Information & Imaging Solutions, Software, Business Solutions, Data Systems, Technologies, etc.
  • 4 Days
  • 150+ Countries
  • 2,200+ Sessions
  • 200+ Oracle Demonstrations
  • 900+ Business Leaders
  • 970+ M Digital Reach
Blockchain Bridge is a 2-day summit focused on bringing together the community of developers, designers, thinkers, and builders together in a collaborative event, hosted by Ethereum Classic Labs, Manos Accelerator and Coinstate. 

The event touched upon the aspects of the blockchain industry with a particular emphasis on the perceived need for more advanced blockchain solutions for Enterprise. The conference included panel discussions and presentations by representatives of companies such as Mastercard, IBM, Anheuser-Busch, Ripple, Stellar Lumen, Hedera Hashgraph, Okex, Kraken, as well as some venture capital firms in Silicon Valley. 

Credits Blockchain Platform has been represented by its community supporter Tony Masarweh who has met with several Oracle representatives during Oracle Openworld and was graciously invited by them to attend a special evening gathering for a group of startups.  He was able to discuss and introduce Credits to representatives of some of the largest tech companies, including Infosys, SAP, NEC, and Red Hat, as well as companies such as Suneratech, Chain-Sys, Bilasoft, and numerous others. Needless to say, many of them were very impressed and intrigued by the capabilities of Credits and were eager to learn more about the company. 

During Blockchain Bridge Conference, Tony managed to establish contacts with David Moss, the current CEO of Strong Block and the former Head of Development and SVP of Tech Ops for Block One, which built EOS; as well as with David Galvan, VP of Business Development and Digital Partnerships for Mastercard, who emphasized Mastercard's interest in blockchain Identity Verification dApps and Wallets.  Tony also introduced Credits to many of the startups, some of which have expressed interest in possibly migrating their dApps to Credits Blockchain.  

Credits team expresses great gratitude to Tony for an excellent job done and will certainly conduct follow-up discussions in more detail with each of these newly established contacts and explore the many opportunities for collaboration.  

About Credits Blockchain Platform
Credits is an open-source and decentralized blockchain platform for the development and execution of smart contracts and decentralized applications. The project offers public and private solutions suitable for B2C and B2B markets eliminating the problems of trust and uncertainty. The peculiarity of Credits is a high-speed decentralized blockchain platform that provides up to 1 million transactions per second with a confirmation time of a single transaction around 0.1 second and low fees around 0.001 USD. The platform is intended to develop standalone smart contracts and decentralized applications.
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