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- Leading layer 1 blockchain platform and Ripple partner Flare has announced the launch of its Blockchain APIs on the Google Cloud Marketplace.
- With the integration of the Blockchain APIs on the Google Cloud Marketplace, developers can carry out activities in a more secure and efficient manner.
A notable blockchain platform based in Dubai has announced the launch of its API Portal on Google Cloud Marketplace. Flare, a Layer 1 blockchain has become the first network to launch some of the first blockchain APIs on the platform.
With the new integration, blockchain data from Flare’s nodes and chain nodes connected to the network can be accessed by developers using Google Cloud Marketplace. By doing this easy blockchain transactions can be carried out, and up-to-date states can also be read.
Google Cloud’s built-in Cloud Marketplace will now support Blockchain APIs for BNB smart chain, Bitcoin, Dogecoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Songbird, XRP, flare, and Algorand, following the recent integration. In the long term, all existing blockchain APIs added to the Flare API portal will be accessible to developers on the Google Cloud platform.
Blockchain APIs are useful for securing and making applications efficient. Developers are aware of this as they utilize the application programming interface to interact with a blockchain.
The VP of Engineering at Google Could Marketplace details the importance of the recent development
With the use of blockchain API, developers are no longer required to build their own blockchain platforms. In fact, developers can gain access to the functionality and data of a blockchain by utilizing blockchain API. As a result, time and resources are saved. Developers are also no longer exposed to the dangers of carrying out activities outside a blockchain API.
Furthermore, Josh Edwards, the Vice President of Engineering at Flare noted that making leading blockchain APIs available on the Google Cloud Marketplace, goes a long way in reducing the existing barriers affecting Web3 participation. Edwards added;
…It makes it easier for developers to experiment with blockchain technology and its many use cases without being burdened by onerous hardware costs and ongoing maintenance. It also opens up the possibility for larger organizations and partners to experiment with a safe, secure, and approved set of Web3 APIs. As a result, developer teams have the flexibility to create applications without any infrastructure headache and allows them to focus on creating and shipping great products.
Additionally, James Tromans, the current Head of Web3 Engineering at Google Cloud expressed excitement over the partnership with the Web3 platform Flare. James Tromans asserted;
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We’re excited to support and promote the ambitions of our Web3 partners in our ecosystem, with the integration of Flare’s high performance APIs into our Marketplace.
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