Google Cloud platform became a validator in the Tezos blockchain platform


As part of the new agreement, Google Cloud has become the validator (baker) in the Tezos blockchain platform. 

The contract between the two organisations aims to accelerate the growth of Web3 programmes on blockchain by using Google Cloud's technology infrastructure. 

James Tromans, who is the company's CTO said:

"Google Cloud offers a secure and reliable environment for founders and developers to build or extend their projects. We are pleased to promote the reliability and scalability of Google Cloud to strengthen Web3 applications running on Tezos." 

Not long ago, a unit of the French energy company EDF Group became a baker in the Tezos network.

In April 2021, French gaming giant Ubisoft, known for games such as Assassin's Creed and Far Cry, also joined the Web3 ecosystem.

Back in September last year, Google Cloud agreed to launch a validation node on the Ronin network, an Ethereum sidechain specifically designed for gaming. In October, another development was launched, a blockchain node hosting feature for Ethereum developers. In November, Google Cloud revealed its plans to launch a Solana network node and also added blockchain support with the Blockchain Node Engine service to help Web3 developers.

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