With the integration of its API Portal on Google Cloud Marketplace, Flare, a Layer 1 blockchain that provides decentralized access to high-integrity data from other chains and the internet, has launched some of the first blockchain APIs to be made accessible on the platform. This makes it possible for developers utilizing Google Cloud Marketplace to access blockchain data from Flare’s nodes and Connected Chain nodes to carry out simple blockchain transactions and read the most recent state.
The built-in Cloud Marketplace for Google Cloud now supports blockchain APIs for Algorand, BNB Smart Chain, Bitcoin, Dogecoin, Ethereum, Flare, Litecoin, Songbird, and XRP. Google Cloud developers will get access to any blockchain APIs that are subsequently introduced to Flare’s API Portal.
Blockchain APIs let programmers design apps that execute transactions and access on-chain information about the chain’s most recent state. Developers don’t have to operate their own nodes for any blockchain they want to communicate with since they have access to APIs. When building cross-chain applications that need to query numerous data sources, this capability is especially beneficial. The API Portal is also used as a hedge against their own infrastructure by well-known exchanges and wallets.
Anyone who uses Google Cloud can easily access all of Flare’s current APIs through their pre-existing Google Cloud account thanks to the Marketplace integration between Flare and the service. A customer’s committed spending on Google Cloud may include money spent on Flare APIs via the Google Cloud Marketplace.
Josh Edwards, Flare’s VP of Engineering, said, “Greater availability of leading blockchain APIs on platforms such as Google Cloud Marketplace reduces the barriers to Web3 participation. 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.”
James Tromans, Head of Web3 Engineering at Google Cloud, said, “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.”
By offering decentralized access to high-integrity data from other chains and from Web2 sources, Flare’s EVM-based Layer 1 is intended to increase the usefulness of blockchain. Google Cloud will eventually include all of the blockchains linked by Flare’s data and interoperability architecture, providing developers access to the top 100 chains.
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