Last Updated on May 30, 2021 by Jason
Polygon is being provided blockchain data by Google Cloud. An integration has allowed for software developers to look at onchain data for Polygon in a way that’s more simple. Polygon has now been able to list its datasets on Google Cloud Marketplace, thanks to BigQuery support.
The advantages of such an integration include smart contracts and being able to keep on top of gas fees. You can also keep track of the most popular applications and tokens on the network.
Google BigQuery is a data warehouse that allows for big data analysis. This type of analysis can be conducted on more than one blockchain, which means that you can compare across the board, and track tokens that can operate on more than one blockchain.
Polygon says that this move is going to go a long way to growing the ‘Polygon and Ethereum ecosystems’.
Mark Cuban recently invested in the platform, although it hasn’t been disclosed how much he put in.