- Google Cloud has agreed to work with Near Protocol to support developers in the Web 3.0 space
- Google Cloud will handle the technical aspect of Near’s Pagoda platform
- The partnership comes a few days after a similar partnership with BNB Chain
Google Cloud has joined hands with Near Protocol to support developers in the Web 3.0 space. According to an announcement, the cooperation will see Google Cloud handle the technical aspect of Near’s Pagoda platform which caters to the needs of those creating in the Web 3.0 world. The partnership between the two technology firms comes a few days after Google Cloud entered into a similar setup with BNB Chain.
Creating the Next Generation of Visionaries
Launched early this year, Pagoda accommodates the needs of developers on the Near blockchain and provides features to sustain or launch decentralized applications and other Web 3.0-focused products.
Near Foundation CEO Marieke Flament commented on the agreement saying it enhances the productivity of “the next generation of visionaries” building on the Ethereum competitor. Flament considered Google Cloud to be among “those who pioneered the internet.”
According to Google Cloud’s executive, Carlos Arena, the coming together of the two firms gives Near-based developers an opportunity to scale their creations.
Google Cloud Open to More Partnerships
Arena added that his company is open to interacting with more blockchain-powered products. The Near-Google Cloud partnership comes a few days after Google Cloud signed a similar agreement with BNB Chain last month. The agreement enabled BNB Chain-based developers to also interact with Google Cloud’s infrastructure.
The two partnerships come approximately nine months after Google Cloud assembled a team dedicated to the blockchain space. The team’s primary focus is to help the users of the likes of Near Protocol and BNB easily launch, create or even store value on blockchain-powered networks.