Google Cloud has expanded its public data sets on BigQuery to include 11 additional blockchains, such as Avalanche, Arbitrum, Optimism, and Polygon. Users can now access data on these blockchains and retrieve information about asset flows, popular tokens, and smart contract interactions without the need for operating nodes or maintaining an indexer.
In a move towards advancing blockchain technology, Google Cloud has extended its services on BigQuery to encompass 11 additional blockchains, including Avalanche, Arbitrum, Optimism, and Polygon. Users can now access data regarding asset flows, popular tokens, and smart contract interactions. The aim is to enable users to answer questions about NFT minting, transaction fees, and other blockchain-related topics without the need to run nodes or perform maintenance. This expansion follows Google’s prior support for Bitcoin and Ethereum on BigQuery, demonstrating the company’s commitment to blockchain technology.
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