Justin Sun Shares Excitement Over Oracle Dropping by Tron’s USA Office in San Francisco
Oracle Visits Tron’s Headquarters in San Francisco; Justin Sun Enthusiastic About It
In a recent Tweet, Justin Sun, Tron Foundation founder and CEO of the project, said that they held an important meeting at the company’s headquarters in San Francisco. The American multinational computer database company Oracle and Tron had an important conversation.
— Justin Sun (@justinsuntron) October 20, 2018
At the moment, there is no official information on whether this meeting will end up in a partnership. However, Tron informed in the past that they were working with different companies, including the Chinese giant Baidu.
Tron has behaved very positively in the last couple of months. Although there has been a lot of FUD in the cryptocurrency market, Tron was able to overcome it very well and continue working on different projects that the community has. However, Tron enthusiasts and investors will have to wait a little bit longer to know whether there will be a partnership or not between these two important parties.
It is important to mention that Oracle’s founder, Larry Ellison, started the company because he was ‘fascinated’ with database design. Justin Sun, instead, started its project after analyzing Satoshi’s vision of decentralization in different industries, not only in the financial world. Now, Tron was able to purchase BitTorrent and work on decentralizing the web.
This is something similar to what Oracle did during the last years. The company started to purchase smaller companies and increase its presence in the market innovating.
Tron has clearly a very big potential to share with different companies and with the whole cryptocurrency and blockchain market. We have also written at BitcoinExchangeGuide that the Tron network continues to grow at very fast rates. In just a few weeks, the number of dApps has more than doubles. Additionally, the number of accounts and transactions on the network are also constantly growing.
It is just a matter of time to see new partnerships and agreements between Tron and other companies in the market.