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The Industry Interoperability of Fluree with Brian Platz

The Industry Interoperability of Fluree with Brian Platz

Update: 2019-02-20
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Episode 26 of the Hacker Noon Podcast: An interview with Brian Platz, Co-CEO of Fluree.


Today’s show would not be possible without Digital Ocean. Learn more at do.co/hackernoon.


In this episode Trent Lapinski and Brian Platz discuss database blockchain technology and the variety of approaches to building decentralized applications.


“I think a lot starts changing when you can actually trust the data.”

“With Fluree, you can actually grab the exact version of the database that was being used for that integration at exactly 12:01 AM and 0.23 milliseconds, and you can actually see and know what was in there, figure out what broke, and fix it.” —Brian Platz

Production and music by Derek Bernard - https://haberdasherband.com/production

Host: Trent Lapinski - https://trentlapinski.com
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The Industry Interoperability of Fluree with Brian Platz

The Industry Interoperability of Fluree with Brian Platz

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