Binance’s BNB/USD Blockchain smart contract project, BNB Chain, has announced a strategic partnership with Google Cloud to foster the growth, performance and innovation of Web3 and blockchain companies.
The Google cloud program for startups will provide quick access to qualified Web3 builders in the BNB Chain ecosystem.
Through this partnership, BNB Chain users can utilize Google’s analytical tools, on-chain data encryption, and cloud computing infrastructure.
Users can receive Google Cloud credits through the program for up to two years.
Additionally, Google technical experts with expertise in areas such as AI, machine learning, and data analytics will be matched with builders.
Plus, they’ll have access to Google Cloud Skills Boost training and certification, Web3 developer seminars, and other benefits.
BNB Channel supports over 1,300 DApps
Over 1,300 active decentralized applications (DApps) in areas such as metaverse, decentralized finance, blockchain games and non-fungible coins are supported by BNB Chain.
The company offers blockchain technology to entrepreneurs so they can create their own DApps.
Meanwhile, Google Cloud provides cloud computing services that enable scalable data storage in addition to building, testing, and developing apps.
“Google Cloud is a really good Web2 player and has really done a lot of Web3 stuff. It’s important for us to only work with big players who have big visions, and we share the same DNA and visions,” said Gwendolyn Regina, Chief Investment Officer of BNB Chain.
Google’s foray into the Web3 space
This most recent partnership with BNB Chain comes on the heels of Google’s entry into the Web3 space.
Google Cloud introduced its own digital asset team earlier this year and expanded its crypto mining malware threat detection service.
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