BNB Chain, Binance’s smart contract and decentralized applications (dApps) blockchain network, has partnered with Google Cloud to boost blockchain and Web3 startups.
According to the blog post shared by BNB Chain, the collaboration aims to provide mentorship, foundational infrastructure, cloud computing credits, and enhance technical support for newly emerging blockchain and Web3 projects.
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The startups launched on the BNB chain will be able to build on Google Cloud’s secure, open and sustainable infrastructure. The blockchain and Web3 projects are encouraged to use it for on-chain data analysis and encryption.
BNB Chain investment director Gwendolyn Regina, when talking about the collaboration with Google Clouds, noted:
At BNB Chain, we have been focusing on identifying and supporting innovative Web3 builders, and now by collaborating with Google Cloud, we can help these builders access the open, secure, and carbon neutral cloud infrastructure that’s needed to strengthen and scale their businesses.
Based on the blog post, BNB Chain is planning to provide two-year access to the “Google for Startups Cloud Program” for a selection of Web3 builders, including “those under the Most Valuable Builder (MVB) accelerator program.”
The program will help startups to grow and establish their businesses, allow them to participate in Web3 developer workshops and Google Cloud Skills Boost training, and join Google Cloud’s global customer community, among other benefits.
Google Cloud Web3 Director James Tromans claims that collaboration with BNB Chain will provide perfect conditions for the development of newly launched Web3 and blockchain projects.
We look forward to collaborating with BNB Chain to provide Web3 builders with the cleanest cloud infrastructure on which to develop and scale their applications. This builds on our existing work to support our customers’ needs in developing, transacting, storing value, and deploying new products on blockchain-based platforms.
It is not the first time Google is partnering with blockchain projects. Previously, Google Clouds served as a block producer for blockchain projects like Polygon, Dapper Labs, EOS, Theta Network, Ontology, Bakkt, and Hedera.
by Gile K. – Crypto Analyst, BitDegree
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