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Google Cloud: Eleven New Networks in BigQuery

Google Cloud: Eleven New Networks in BigQuery

Google Cloud: eleven New Networks in BigQuery. Google Cloud, an information business, is expanding its work in the blockchain field by adding 11 networks to its BigQuery program. Among these added networks are major ones such as Polygon, Polkadot, Optimism.

In February 2018, Google Cloud first announced its readiness to discover Bitcoin blockchain data through the program. Since then, the program has added 10 networks, including Ethereum, Litecoin, and Dogecoin.

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The announcement on Friday followed Google Cloud’s statement about expanding its blockchain efforts, despite encountering challenges in the crypto market.

In the company’s statement, it said; “We have invested in this field in the past 18 months, continued hiring, and continue to grow not only our business development and go-to-market teams, but also our product and engineering talents.”

In an interview last week, James Tromans, Google Cloud’s global head of Web3, stated, “We’re demonstrating that we haven’t just disappeared overnight and are present not only during prosperous times.”

Additionally, at the press release, the company recently announced that it added the Avalanche, Arbitrum, Cronos, Ethereum’s Goerli test, Tron and Near network to its BigQuery program

Google Cloud, also earlier this year, will develop Bitcoin BigQuery data set as a way to create NFTs on the largest and original blockchain network by supporting the Ordinals project that caught the hype.

What is BigQuery?

BigQuery is a program designed to overcome the limited ability of the network’s ledger to report on specific money flows stored in the short term, making past blockchain data available for discovery.

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