Google creates a hub engine dedicated to Ethereum

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The tech giant, Google, has informed that it will launch a cloud-based hub engine exclusively for projects built on Ethereum. This is a pivotal development for the Ethereum network, as Google’s momentum will undoubtedly push the adoption of the leading smart contracts platform significantly.

As the company itself noted, Google Cloud Blockchain Node Engine will be a node hosting service that can minimize the need for node operations. This means that Google will be responsible for monitoring node activity and restarting nodes during outages.

A node is a computer that runs a blockchain’s software to validate and store the history of transactions on a blockchain’s network. At launch, Google will only support Ethereum nodes.

It shows the great interest

Google’s announcement suggests the growing attention that tech giants are paying to blockchain, cryptocurrency and Web3 projects.

“Blockchain is changing the way the world stores and moves its information,” Google said in its announcement.

Earlier this month, Google reached a partnership with cryptocurrency exchange, Coinbase, to provide cryptocurrency payments for its cloud services. In addition, in September Google Cloud and BNB Chain announced a partnership to support early-stage Web3 startups.

Google didn’t stop there, however, as last January it announced that it had created a Digital Asset Team for Google Cloud, showing its commitment to building Web3 projects

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