Google launches blockchain node tool for Web3 developers

Google launches blockchain node tool for Web3 developers

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2022-10-31 01:33:41

This service will simplify the node infrastructure and introduce blockchain developers.

Announced on October 27, tech giant Google said it is launching an in-house Blockchain Node (BNE) engine based on Google Cloud. As a node hosting service, BNE allows Web3 companies to forward transactions, deploy smart contracts, and read or write blockchain data directly on Google Cloud. Ethereum will be the first blockchain supported by BNE. A Google representative revealed:

“Today, manually deploying a node is a time-consuming process that involves provisioning a desktop instance, installing an Ethereum client, and waiting for the node to synchronize with the network. […] Google Cloud’s BNE can make this process faster and easier by allowing developers to deploy a new node with a single operation and specify the desired region and network. “

The service is intended to place nodes behind a virtual private cloud firewall, allowing only trusted machines and users to communicate with endpoints. Additionally, services like Google Cloud Armor help protect nodes from distributed denial-of-service attacks. BNE is a fully managed solution so it will also have its own team of developers to keep an eye on possible issues.

Google has been in the Web3 space related to business development for a while. Not long ago, Google partnered with NEAR Protocol to help developers build and scale their Web3 and dApp projects. Two weeks ago, the tech giant partnered with Coinbase to bring crypto payments to the Google Cloud service.

Some well-known Web3 companies such as Solana, Hedera, and Dapper Labs are also now integrating Google Cloud. Blockchain company Layer-1 Aptos has also said that their node deployment time has been reduced to under 15 minutes through the Google Cloud integration.

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