Google Cloud partners with Tezos blockchain to bring web3 technology to its customers
- This means companies and developers alike can leverage Tezos blockchain technology alongside Google Cloud’s infrastructure.“Running nodes at scale is time-consuming, costly and ultimately pulls focus away from building the core products,” Tromans said.
- Google Cloud has partnered with the Tezos Foundation to grow its web3 application development and provide new services for its customers, the companies announced on Wednesday.“Tezos as an ecosystem has built a reputation in institutional and B2B onboarding,” Mason Edwards, chief commercial officer at Tezos Foundation, said to TechCrunch.
- “It’s not about a transactional relationship; instead, it’s about looking for opportunities to empower and enable founders and developers to grow the ecosystem.”Outside of partnerships, Google Cloud plans to focus this year on “the core principles at the base layer of blockchain technology,” Tromans shared.
- Google Cloud will also become a baker and join existing bakers like gaming company Ubisoft.Tezos is an open source proof-of-stake blockchain that has more than 2.3 million funded accounts across 158.6 million total transactions, according to its website.
- This is going to be jet fuel and octane for that.”The partnership plans to make it easier for all Google Cloud customers to become Tezos “bakers,” or network validators.
- “This is going to enable us to onboard institutions and even more massive institutions into this space.
Google Cloud has partnered with the Tezos Foundation to grow its web3 application development and provide new services for its customers, the companies announced on Wednesday.Tezos as an ecosystem [+4387 chars]