Google Cloud is working with the Tezos Foundation to develop Web3


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The Tezos Foundation, a non-profit foundation that supports the development of the Tezos Blockchain, announced that it has partnered with Google Cloud to provide developers with tools to deploy Blockchain nodes and build Web3 applications.

Through this collaboration, Google Cloud will become a validator of the Tezos Blockchain, giving Google Cloud customers access to the Tezos “corporate baking” program, which provides on-chain validators.

In addition to allowing developers to host their own nodes for Web3 applications, Google Cloud and Tezos will provide support for enterprise developers to build applications in the Tezos ecosystem. The collaboration will also give selected Tezos startups access to Google Cloud credits and mentorship through the Google for Startups cloud program.

Read more: Google Cloud collaborates with Tezos Foundation on Web3 development

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