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Flare incorporates the Google Cloud Marketplace’s blockchain API

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Through connection with layer-1 Oracle network, Google Cloud Marketplace now offers support for nine distinct blockchain APIs, including Bitcoin and Ethereum. Layer-1 Blockchain platform Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) By integrating Flare’s application programming interface (API) gateway with Google Cloud Marketplace, the ecosystem has gained access to a number of important blockchain APIs.

A significant pool of developers and platform users will have access to high-integrity blockchain data from Flare nodes and related chain nodes thanks to the integration of Google Cloud Marketplace. The blockchain APIs for Algorand, BNB Smart Chain, Bitcoin, Dogecoin, Ethereum, Flare, Litecoin, Songbird, and the XRP ledger are among those supported now. Future blockchain APIs will also be included.

Google Cloud Marketplace now offers support for distinct blockchain APIs

Developers are said to be liberated from needing to manage their own nodes for the specific blockchains they are working with thanks to blockchain APIs. Applications that perform transactions and access the most recent state of a blockchain are powered by the data provided. Blockchain APIs are beneficial for creating cross-chain applications that query numerous data sources, including significant cryptocurrency exchanges and wallets that use Flare’s API portal, according to the company. The provision of blockchain APIs to marketplaces like Google Cloud Marketplace will contribute to a rise in Web3 participation, according to a statement from Josh Edwards, vice president of engineering at Flare:

“It makes it easier for developers to experiment with blockchain technology and its many use cases without being burdened by onerous hardware costs and ongoing maintenance.”

Edwards added that bigger companies and partners using Google Cloud Marketplace might experiment with the trusted and authorized Web3 APIs. With data from numerous chains and Web2 sources, including potentially over 100 chains that make up Flare’s oracle, the EVM-based layer 1 hopes to increase the usefulness of blockchain technology.

The incorporation of Flare comes shortly after Polygon Labs and Google Cloud announced a multiyear cooperation for the cloud computing service provider to further the infrastructure and tool development of the Ethereum scaling protocol.

In order to encourage the creation of Web3 products and decentralized apps on Polygon, the agreement sees Google Cloud’s infrastructure and developer tools made available to the platform’s fundamental protocols.

The ecosystem and Google Cloud will work together to accelerate Polygon’s zero-knowledge growth. According to reports, using Google Cloud for testing Polygon zkEVM’s zero-knowledge proofs led to faster and less expensive transactions than using the current infrastructure.


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