Google Cloud announces partnership with Cypherium blockchain platform

Google Cloud announces partnership with Cypherium blockchain platform

Google’s cloud division has announced a partnership with the corporate blockchain platform Cypherium Enterprise.

Through the partnership, Google Cloud users will be able to access Cypherium blockchain solutions. Platform developers focus on decentralization and scalability when creating their solutions. Cypherium plans to create a blockchain capable of processing thousands of transactions per second. Cypherium CEO Sky Guo said:

“We are pleased to work with Google Cloud and the opportunity to provide many companies with access to our platform, which will show the full potential of the blockchain. The growing demand for solutions using distributed ledger technology in the financial industry and beyond further stimulates our commitment to this collaboration. ”

It is reported that Cypherium uses a virtual machine written in the Java programming language to operate smart contracts. Since the language is very common, this lowers the entry threshold for developers. In addition, the blockchain platform also collaborates with the cloud divisions of Amazon and IBM.

In early May, it became known about the support of the Qtum platform on Google Cloud. Focused on smart contracts and decentralized applications, the Qtum startup has already released a set of developer tools on Google Cloud that executives hope will be further developed.


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