Tezos Blockchain teams up with google cloud to develop web3 tech
After collaborating, Google Cloud could become the new validator at the Tezos network. basically, it has been expanding its computing arm to other services for a long time now. However, with yet another agreement on its way, it is all set to become a network validator on the Tezos blockchain.
Tezos Foundation – the Swiss non-profit foundation supporting the Tezos blockchain – has teamed up with google cloud to allow the users of the cloud computing business to utilize the Tezos nodes in the development of the web3 applications blockchain. They made an official statement about this on Feb 22.
As a matter of fact. Tezos is a smart contract platform that is based on blockchain and used to build decentralized applications which are quite similar to very well-known Ethereum, Cardano, and others as well. Huge companies have availed the benefits of Tezos including the California Department of Motor Vehicles and gaming giant Ubisoft.
By using the Tezos blockchain and google cloud infrastructure RPC (remote procedure call) nodes can host and deploy in the web3 applications. All of this is possible due to the partnership that huge developers and companies are able to accomplish these tasks.
“The Tezos Foundation will provide new and existing Google Cloud customers access to its corporate baking program. Through the program, Tezos will offer Google Cloud customers that are interested in building Web3 applications, easy deployment of nodes and indexers on the Tezos protocol.”
furthermore, the partnership will offer mentorship and also Google Cloud credits to selected Tezos incubator businesses through the Google for Startups Cloud Program.
James Tromans, Engineering Director, Web3 at Google Cloud said, “At Google Cloud, we’re providing secure and reliable infrastructure for Web3 founders and developers to innovate and scale their applications,”
In addition, Mason Edwards – Chief Commercial Officer of the Tezos Foundation – said the partnership was a step towards institutional acceptance and not only that it also produces mass-market opportunities for Web3 technology.
Google Cloud in January 2022, formed a specialized team for digital assets. Their goal was to promote the development and expansion of the blockchain ecosystem. The team’s main goal was to help Google Cloud customers create, exchange, maintain, and introduce new goods on platforms with blockchain-backed technology.
The Near Foundation launched a fresh partnership between Near Protocol and Google Cloud in October. The coalition was supposed to provide Pagoda, a Web3 startup platform developed by Near, with infrastructural support.