Google cloud — the Ubiquitous tech behemoth’s wing — has entered into yet another partnership with Cypherium, a blockchain platform.
Cypherium gave a press release on Aug. 13 confirming the existence of the new partnership. Essentially, Cypherium Enterprise —the released product — provides advanced scalability and decentralization.
The announcement assured Google Cloud customers access to Cypherium’s blockchain solutions with the advent of the partnership.
Besides blockchain interoperability and confidentiality, an enterprise blockchain is more beneficial since it enables thousands of transactions per second to occur.
Sky Guo, CEO of Cypherium, presented the following remarks:
“We’re delighted to be collaborating with Google Cloud to provide enterprises with a full-stack solution to harness the potential of this paradigm-shifting technology. The growing demand in the market for DLT solutions in the financial industry and beyond drives our commitment to this collaboration.”
To run its smart contracts, Cypherium also uses a Java-written Turing-complete virtual machine. Using java on its smart contracts system lowers the blockchain adoption barrier because the language is widespread.
In addition to this project, the press release has revealed that Cypherium also engaged into a partnership with IBM Cloud and Amazon Web Services.
Google Cloud adds Qtum
In May, Google Cloud added to its software partner’s roaster Qtum blockchain platform. Qtum — which relies on decentralized applications (DApps) and smart contracts — entails a Google Cloud developer tools suite, including forking and staking tools, DApp dev tools, and a full node launching support.
All its developers will get an automatic update from Google Cloud according to the announcement:
“When the Qtum source code is updated, Google Cloud will automatically update the code everywhere, saving developers the need to manually re-download in order to remain on the latest version.”