Fluree, a blockchain-based graph database built to support Web 3.0, today announced that Co-CEO Brian Platz will conduct a live code demonstration at London’s upcoming Blockchain Live conference on September 25.
Blockchain Live unites leading developers from around the world to discuss and collaborate on advancing global blockchain adoption.
“As modern businesses evolve to adopt Web 3.0 standards, it’s important that our industry establishes mechanisms and practices for improving data management and facilitating greater decentralization at the enterprise level. I’m excited to share some of the tools we’ve created to help businesses achieve a Web 3.0 stack to begin the productive adoption of blockchain technology and better data management practices.”
– Fluree Co-CEO Brian Platz
Platz will use Fluree’s graph database technology to demonstrate how to quickly and easily build a custom blockchain ledger and enterprise application, including a real-time front end UI.
Conference attendees can expect to leave the presentation with a better understanding of how to build practical blockchain applications for enterprise use cases, and the particular constraints and requirements they should consider.
Fluree is a North Carolina-headquartered startup that provides a data-first technology stack, and this past summer announced $4.73 million in a seed funding round led by 4490 Ventures, with additional participation from Revolution’s Rise of the Rest Seed Fund.