I would use CUBRID if...

Add Support for current time DEFAULT TIMESTAMP

As of CUBRID 3.1 when a user specifies the column type as TIMESTAMP and adds the default value as TIMESTAMP, CUBRID sets to every new record the time fixed to the table creation time.

MySQL's default TIMESTAMP is the current INSERT time.

Oracle has same logic as in CUBRID.

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