Cloud service tools will simplify data transfer on the blockchain

​Solana developers announce the Google Cloud integration

17.07.2023 - 10:00


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What’s new? Solana developers have started using Google Cloud tools to simplify data transfer on the blockchain. According to Dan Albert, executive director of Solana Foundation, a non-profit organization, specialists have integrated BigQuery cloud storage and BigTable high-performance database into the network. In addition, Google Cloud has been Solana’s validator since November 2022. As of July 17, 10:00 UTC, the native token SOL is trading at $27,35 on Binance, having lost 2,45% overnight, while adding 32,5% per week (CoinGecko’s data).

Google Cloud and blockchains. In early May 2022, Google began building its own Web 3.0 development team for the cloud service. In September, projects based on the BNB Chain blockchain gained access to the Google Cloud infrastructure. In early October, they were joined by NEAR Protocol, a platform for smart contracts and decentralized applications (DApps).

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In February this year, Google Cloud became a validator of the Tezos blockchain platform. In April, the cloud service partnered with Polygon Labs.

In July, decentralized crypto exchange (DEX) PancakeSwap implemented Google Cloud tools to maintain 24/7 availability and scaling.

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