Injective integrates into Google Cloud BigQuery
Injective (INJ) has integrated Google Cloud’s BigQuery via the cloud computing provider’s Analytics Hub.
The layer-1 blockchain joins a growing group of chains on BigQuery.
Injective, a layer-1 blockchain whose native token INJ has been one of the standout performers in the crypto market this week, has integrated with cloud computing services giant Google Cloud.
Injective eyes expansion in Web3 finance
As per an announcement published on Tuesday, Google Cloud will add core on-chain data for Injective on BigQuery via its data sharing platform Analytics Hub. Public access to the data will be through Injective Nexus, the blockchain platform’s official data integration protocol.
This means developers and enterprises can now tap into custom datasets across the Injective ecosystem, including real-time financial data. For Google Cloud customers, the collaboration allows enterprises to leverage bespoke blockchain datasets to build decentralised finance (DeFi) applications, institutional trading strategies and for machine learning.
“This data collaboration is a major step forward for the Injective ecosystem in continuing to expand its footprint into institutions and traditional finance,” Eric Chen, CEO and co-founder of Injective Labs, said in a statement.
“The Google Cloud team has played an integral role in the growth of Injective since its inception and this latest collaboration will help to take Web3 as a whole to new heights,” Chen added.
Injective integration with Google Cloud comes a few weeks after the cloud computing behemoth added support for BigQuery datasets to 11 more blockchain networks. That was in addition to initial support for Bitcoin and Ethereum.