Web 3 team formation by Google to help developers of future tech apps with necessary infrastructure

Web 3 team formation by Google to help developers of future tech apps with necessary infrastructure

Web 3 team has been constituted by Google to avail the help to the developers of next-gen applications related to cryptocurrency and blockchain with the necessary infrastructure.


  • Web 3 is believed to be the next generation of internet application
  • Web 3 will offer services similar to Amazon and Alibaba
  • Google made an announcement in January for a digital assets team

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Google Cloud Platform is providing a specialist Web 3 team to take advantage of cryptocurrency and blockchain technology. The tech platform says its new Web 3 team will focus on building services for developers running blockchain applications.

The president of Google Cloud, Amit Zavery commented on Google Cloud’s Web 3 Group “While the world is still early in its embrace of Web 3, it is a market that is already demonstrating tremendous potential with many customers asking us to increase our support for Web 3 and crypto-related technologies.”

He also added the tech platform plans to make the Google Cloud Platform the premier choice for developers. The platform will offer services similar to the big tech companies like Amazon and Alibaba.

The giant search engine company Google has confirmed the news of the Digital Assets Team and the working of this team with its customers.

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Sanjay Goenka

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