Google Cloud announces “blockchain node engine” Developed and further stating that Ethereum will be the first blockchain to be supported, the company has revealed that it will be running a Solana validator on November 5, 2022. Google’s cloud division is currently working with Solana to bring the company’s Blockchain Node Engine to the Solana chain.
Google operates a Solana validator that generates blocks, and the company’s cloud division will add his Solana to its Blockchain Node Engine-supported blockchain in 2023.
His Node Engine aiming at the end of October. According to a tweet from Google Cloud’s official Twitter account, Google Cloud is already running a Solana validator. “Google Cloud is running a [Solana] validator that generates blocks to join and validate the network,” the company tweeted. The company added:
Google Cloud will work with [Solana] to bring the Blockchain Node Engine to the Solana chain next year, so it will be dedicated to his Solana node in the cloud. can be started easily by anyone. In addition to bringing support for the
blockchain node engine to Solana, Google Cloud will index the Solana blockchain next year and bring the data to “Big Query.” The goal is to “make historical data easily accessible to the Solana developer ecosystem.” Solana’s native token solana (SOL) gained on the announcement, with SOL gaining 7.8% against the US dollar this week.
But not everyone was thrilled with Google’s mission to host his Solana nodes in the cloud. “This is… a waste. More and more centralized. It’s kind of the antithesis of cryptocurrency,” criticized someoneon his Google Cloud announcement thread on Twitter. . Another individual agreed with the person’s criticism andreplied.
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