Google is teaming up with blockchain company Dapper Labs to help support Web3 development, blockchain games, and non-fungible token (NFT) technology. The CEO of the blockchain company Roham Gharegozlou talked about the transaction on Twitter on Tuesday, noting that the company “very welcomes Google to join the Flow blockchain.”
Google cooperates with Dapper Labs
Various reports indicate that Google, an American multinational technology company specializing in Internet-related services, has cooperated with Dapper Labs. The Google partnership announcement was made after Dapper Labs recently partnered with Filecoin.
Janet Kennedy, vice president of Google Cloud North America, explained in a conversation with Forbes contributor Michael Del Castillo, “This is actually to help them achieve rapid and sustainable growth.” Kennedy further elaborated on the blockchain. Technology is constantly improving.
“Blockchain technology is becoming more and more mainstream. Therefore, companies like Dapper need a scalable, secure infrastructure to develop their business, and more importantly, to support their network,” Kennedy commented.
The CEO of Dapper Labs is “ready to welcome Google to Flow”, Google’s shaky past in encryption
Dapper Labs is the team behind projects such as Cryptokitties, NBA Top Shot, and Dapper Wallet. In addition, Dapper Labs also operates the Flow blockchain project, which aims to “build for next-generation applications, games, and digital assets that power them.” On Twitter, the CEO of Dapper Labs, Rohan Garegozlu, Also confirmed the partnership and mentioned some statistics.
“It’s nice to welcome Google to join [the] Flow Blockchain,” Gharegozlou Said“In 1 year since #onFlow mainnet: 2.2 million unique wallets, less than half from @nbatopshot, 248 mainnet contracts (see @flowverse_), [and] 18.5M blocks and 49.7M tx. Now, with the construction of more than 3,000 new developers, Google has joined in to help scale up,” he added.
When Google’s new policy on cryptocurrency advertising in June and the advertising policy took effect in the first week of August, its entry into the crypto field has been unstable. The company also faced a class-action lawsuit in July 2020, when Google, Twitter, and Facebook were accused of harming blockchain and crypto companies when they banned cryptocurrency advertising in 2018.
The latest partnership with Google will support Dapper Labs as the “big five” technology and analysis company plans to provide infrastructure and expansion tools for Flow.
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