NEAR Foundation Inks has partnered with Google Cloud to provide technical assistance to developers

NEAR Foundation Inks has partnered with Google Cloud to provide technical assistance to developers ...

NEAR Foundation, the company behind the blockchain and the decentralised app protocol, has announced a new partnership with Google Cloud, which will help NEAR in building and scaling their Web3 projects. In this partnership, Google Cloud will provide the infrastructure for NEAR''s Remote Procedure Call (RPC) node provider, to Pagoda, the Web3 startup platform, which allows developers to quickly and quickly launch dApps on NEAR, thanks to a library of pre-audited templates and auto-generated contract user

"We will provide a strong and high-tech infrastructure to Web3 developers," says Carlos Arena, the director of digital assets at Google Cloud. "We continue to support tomorrow''s leaders in developing new products and services on blockchain-based platforms."

NEAR has grown exponentially over the last year. There are now over 20 million accounts, 200 million transactions to date, and 300,000 to 400,000 transactions per day on the NEAR network, while 800 projects are now building on the protocol. Last month, Web3 wallet and Sender completed a private financing round.

"We are honored to be working with those who pioneered the Internet as we know it," says Marieke Flament, president of the NationalEAR Foundation. "This partnership marks a new chapter for us as we continue to provide the best support possible for the next generation of visionaries who choose to build on the NEAR protocol."

Binance''s blockchain technology-based platform BNB chain, which would allow startups that are developing certain kinds of goods or services on this platform to build it on the Google Cloud''s secure, and scalable infrastructure.

In January, Google Cloud even launched a new digital asset team, which will work to assist blockchain technology''s development as well as the future.

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