Google Cloud becomes validator for Tezos blockchain

Tezos Foundation said it will cooperate with Google Cloud to accelerate the development of web3 applications on the Tezos blockchain.

Google Cloud becomes validator for Tezos blockchain

Google Cloud – the cloud service of the search engine giant Google – will become one of the validators on the Tezos proof-of-stake blockchain.

According to the statement, Google Cloud enterprise customers will be able to deploy nodes on Tezos, which run blockchain software to authenticate and store transaction histories, in order to build Web3 applications in the network.

And yet, some startups incubated by Tezos will also receive benefits and mentoring from Google Cloud.

James Tromans, technical director of web3 at Google Cloud, said:

“At Google Cloud, we provide a secure and reliable infrastructure for Web3 founders and developers to innovate and scale their applications. We expect the reliability and scalability of Google Cloud to power Web3 applications on Tezos.”

This is not Google Cloud’s first foray into blockchain. In September 2022, the unit ran a validator on the Ronin network – an Ethereum sidechain focused on gaming.

A month later, Google Cloud launched a blockchain node storage tool for developers Ethereum. Next in November, Google Cloud was officially confirmed to be validator for Solana through the BigQuery platform.

Such integrations are showing the interest of “tech giants” in blockchain and Web3 projects, recently the giant Dell also confirmed. integration with the Hedera network, next to IBM and ServiceNow.

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