Oracle has joined the bid for tiktok and has held preliminary talks with its parent company, byte jump. < / P > < p > the person familiar with the matter added that Oracle is working with a group of US investors holding byte jump shares, including pan Atlantic investment group and Sequoia Capital. < / P > < p > after Trump’s “ban” on tiktok was issued, technology companies are actively cooperating with investors to bid higher than Microsoft. Another person with direct knowledge of the situation revealed that Oracle’s participation in the bidding provided another reliable alternative to Microsoft for byte skipping. < p > < p > in early August, after trump banned tiktok without selling, Microsoft became the main potential buyer of tiktok. The current negotiations involve tiktok’s businesses in the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. In addition to its operations in the above countries, Microsoft is also seriously considering acquiring tiktok’s global business, particularly in Europe and India, according to people familiar with the matter. At present, the global download volume of tiktok has exceeded 2 billion. Indian users account for about one third of them, and the number of downloads exceeds 611 million. < / P > < p > earlier, there was a US media report that Microsoft is still interested in tiktok’s UK business. However, the Financial Times quoted another person familiar with the matter as saying that byte beat was opposed to the sale of any business other than us, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. It is not clear whether the White House will support Oracle’s acquisition of tiktok or Microsoft more, according to the report. However, any acquisition will face a series of challenges, including separating tiktok’s background technology from byte jitter. According to CNBC, Oracle has no consumer oriented social media or video business. If tiktok could be bought for tens of billions of dollars, it would be a big change for the company. According to the report in mid June this year, Oracle’s total revenue in the fourth quarter of fiscal year 2020 was $10.44 billion, down 6% from $11.136 billion in the same period of last year, and net profit was $3.116 billion, down 17% from $3.740 billion in the same period of last year. Larry Ellison, the founder and CEO of Oracle, ranked No. 5 on the Forbes 2020 list of the world’s richest people with $59 billion in April this year. Ellison is one of the few in Silicon Valley who openly supports trump. This year, the 76 year old billionaire in the valley of California held a campaign to raise money for the second term of the 76 year old tycoon in the valley of California.