- Alibaba Cloud will be joining as a validator support and infrastructure provider.
- Alibaba’s plug-and-play infrastructure as a service would make it simple for new parties.
Recently, Alibaba Cloud has announced a number of partnerships with prominent networks and institutions; however, with its partnership with Avalanche, it has entered the crypto space, which will undoubtedly hasten the tech giant’s backing for Web3.
On Friday, Avalanche announced that Alibaba Cloud will be joining their public blockchain as a validator support and cutting-edge infrastructure provider.
According to the official statement, this agreement will allow customers to build validator nodes through the service, as well as have access to computing, storage, and distribution capabilities offered by Alibaba Cloud.
Forays Into Crypto Sector
Alibaba’s plug-and-play infrastructure (IaaS) as a service would make it simple for new parties to build new Avalanche validators, thereby strengthening the avalanche ecosystem.
Avalanche claims that during times of high user activity, app developers may scale up their cloud infrastructure to meet the demand. As a way of showing their appreciation for the Avalanche network’s creators, Alibaba Cloud will be giving them credits to go toward any of their services in honor of the new integration.
Over the last several months, Google Cloud has been on a roll, striking up partnerships with almost every major blockchain platform in the cryptocurrency industry. Whether it’s Ethereum, Solana, or Hedera, Google Cloud has been a pioneer in offering robust cloud infrastructures for cryptocurrency firms.
China’s largest e-commerce platform, Alibaba, has announced a huge push into the cryptocurrency market by forming a collaboration with Avalanche. With its introduction in 2009, Alibaba Cloud has become the digital technology and intellectual backbone of the Alibaba Group, and Gartner has recognized it as the leading IaaS provider in the Asia Pacific region.
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