Popular blockchain-based decentralized application platform, NEAR protocol has partnered Google Cloud to accelerate Web3 startups. The protocol confirmed the partnership in its Wednesday Twitter post. Occasioned by the partnership, Google Cloud will avail technical support for NEAR grant recipients. More so, it will “support devs as they build and scale their Web3 projects and dApps.”
According to NEAR protocol, its partnership with Google Cloud tends to help “supercharge blockchain innovations.” This thus allow developers to easily easily create “without limits as they build dApps and help onboard the masses into Web3.”
Additionally, every project currently building on NEAR protocol will benefit from the Google Cloud partnership. As reported, Google Cloud aims to avail the infrastructure for “NEAR’s Remote Procedure Call (RPC) node provider to Pagoda, NEAR’s Web3 startup platform.” With this, developers become eligible to “deploy code quickly, securely, and seamlessly.” Meanwhile, Pagoda, on the other hand, allows developers to easily and rapidly launch dApps on NEAR “through a library of pre-audited templates and auto-generated contract user interfaces.”
Partnership with Google Cloud opens a new chapter for NEAR protocol – CEO
Notably, the CEO of NEAR protocol, Marieke Flament, reacted to the development. According to Flament, the protocol is thrilled to collaborate with “those who pioneered the Internet as we know it.” Additionally, the CEO revealed that the partnership marks a new feat for NEAR in its quest to “offer the best support possible for the next generation of visionaries choosing to build on the NEAR protocol.” Flament said the protocol looks forward to sustaining the collaboration with Google Cloud.
Carlos Arena, Director of Digital Assets at Google Cloud also confirmed the partnership. According to Arena, Google Cloud looks forward to supporting NEAR protocol. This will be done by giving Web3 developers the most secure, reliable, and sustainable cloud infrastructure on which they can build and scale,” the director added. More so, Arena reaffirms the commitment of Google Cloud in supporting tomorrow’s leaders in creating new products and services on blockchain-based platforms.”