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- It looks like Google cloud he’s getting ready to join the EOS community as it takes the first steps in becoming a block producer for the network.
- This comes according to a new report from Block.one.
It looks like Google cloud he’s getting ready to join the EOS community as it takes the first steps in becoming a block producer for the network. This comes according to a new report from Block.one.
For those that don’t, block producers are a key part of the EOS network and by bringing in Google cloud and the caliber that it has will mark a massive milestone for the ecosystem. As a leader in technological innovation or on the world, Google cloud highlights the ever-important message of blockchain in the future of business, government, and society.
Developer advocate at Google cloud, Allen Day said:
“We’re starting the process of becoming a block producer candidate. As organizations begin to incorporate distributed ledger technology into their infrastructures, we are committed to ensuring that the information on public blockchains are securely stored, reliably available, and can be accessed in meaningful ways.”
Google Cloud will bring to the table its best in class infrastructure which will help allow for stability and reliability when it comes to the network and its coverage architecture. When it comes to EOS, this will be a perfect fit.
The Chief Technical Officer of Block.one, Dan Larimer also went on to talk about the new development saying:
“Google Cloud will continue to provide its highly provisioned, low-latency infrastructure to Block.one. Through secure oracles, inter-chain transaction reporting, key management, and high-integrity full-node validation, Google Cloud’s confidential computing infrastructure will enhance the security, scalability, and decentralization of blockchain technology.”
As a candidate for being block producer, Google cloud will need to be selected by holders of the token in order to secure a position within the ranks of the network.
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