It’s safe to come out now, says Andreas Antonopoulos, the threat posed to bitcoin by Google’s newfound “quantum supremacy” is “zip, bupkis nada.” Continue reading Chill, Everyone. Google’s ‘Quantum Supremacy’ Has “Bupkis” on Bitcoin
So, you may have heard that Google Cloud Services now support Ethereum smart contracts. Not only that, but Google is expending its resources learning how the smart contract platform works and teaching people how to integrate with Google’s services. Continue reading Inside Google’s Cloud-Blockchain Ethereum Hybrid
The power of Google is something that cannot be underestimated, so when the internet giant makes moves into the world of cryptocurrency, CFD traders, forex speculators and anyone interested in crypto will sit up and take notice. However, Google is also known as one of the largest data-collecting entities
in the world, so the privacy-conscious atmosphere that surrounds the crypto sector might seem an unlikely area of operations for the company whose reputation is built on the microanalysis of information. Continue reading What does Google’s BigQuery platform mean for crypto?
Earlier this month BitcoinExchangeGuide had reported about Google opening their arm to Blockchain via BigQuery. Last year Day and lead developer Evgeny Medvedev discreetly loaded transaction data for the bitcoin and ethereum blockchains, along with some basic search tools, to Google’s BigQuery data analytics platform and have been studying how developers are using the software. Continue reading Google’s Blockchain ETL Toolset Adds BCH, Dash, DOGE, ETC, LTC and ZEC Cryptocurrencies