Casper Labs, the company behind Casper blockchain, announced a partnership with Google Cloud. Casper Labs will move a portion of its infrastructure over to Google Cloud's servers as well as provide developers working on the Casper blockchain access to the cloud provider's storage and hosting space.
Casper is a smart contract platform that mainly targets large businesses and government agencies. Mrinal Manohar, CEO and co-founder of Casper Labs, said, "this is a big milestone for opening and expanding access to Casper for the scores of developers that build on Google Cloud every day. As blockchain adoption continues to grow among businesses and governments alike, collaborations like this will be vital to delivering the truly enterprise-ready services and tools that allow developers to drive meaningful business outcomes with blockchain technology."
Since last year, Google Cloud has established partnerships with multiple blockchains including Aptos, BNB Chain and Tezos. Last October, it also launched a cloud-based blockchain node service for Ethereum.