Google and Binance (BNB chain) are collaborating. To make cloud computing services more accessible to companies, Google Cloud and Binance’s BNB Chain have teamed up.
Cooperation between BNB Chain and Google Cloud has been established to support the growth of Web3 and blockchain firms, according to a press statement released on September 14.
In particular, the collaboration would see Binance’s BNB Chain grant paid access to the Google for Startups Cloud Program to some of its backed blockchain companies.
BNB Chain and Google to provide two years of cloud computing
This program offers Google’s cloud computing service two years’ worth of credits. As part of the cooperation, Google Cloud will pay access costs as well as offer mentorship and improved technical assistance to projects on BNB Chain.
Projects may also use on-demand data analysis and encryption services by using Google Cloud.
Projects on BNB Chain “may now build on Google Cloud’s open, scalable, developer-friendly, secure, and sustainable cloud infrastructure,” according to the statement. The sustainability pledge stems from Google Cloud’s goal to have all of its data centers run fully on carbon-free electricity by the year 2030.
“Google Cloud is a very good Web2 player and has really done a lot of Web3 stuff. It’s important for us to just work with big players who have big visions, and we share the same DNA and same visions.”Gwendolyn Regina, investment director of Binance Chain.
According to a press release, projects built on the BNB Chain may now utilize Google Cloud infrastructure, including the capacity to study on-chain data and encrypt data using Google Cloud. An accelerator program will also grant 150 businesses “expedited access” to Google Cloud’s startup assistance program.
This most recent partnership with Binance Chain comes in the wake of Google’s quickening entry into the Web3 space. Google Cloud introduced its own dedicated Digital Assets Team earlier this year and expanded its crypto mining malware threat detection service.