Qtum partners with Google Cloud, price up 8%

02 May, 2019 | Updated: 02 May, 2019
by Richard Allen
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Qtum partners with Google Cloud, price up 8%

Qtum has been accepted as a Google Cloud partner to develop a host of free-to-use tools designed to provide developers and non-technical users with a simple and cost-effective way to launch nodes and build on the Qtum blockchain.

In a post released on Medium, Qtum CIO, Miguel Palencia said, “Google Cloud is the perfect partner to help us make the blockchain ecosystem simpler and more intuitive. Where launching a node was once an intensive and complex process, Qtum’s new developer suite introduces helpful shortcuts and tools to make it faster and easier.”

The suite of new tools launched on Google Cloud are available through the Qtum compute engine, allowing anyone to launch a fill developer environment on Qtum and begin developing or staking in seconds, at no cost.

Previously, developers had to source the necessary tools themselves to create a full Qtum node or decentralized applications (dApps). Now, however, users have access to the suite of tools needed to build dApps, launch a full node, make a fork, or begin staking on the Qtum blockchain on Google Cloud.

“When the Qtum source code is updated, Google Cloud will automatically update the code everywhere, saving developers the need to manually re-download in order to remain on the latest version,” the blog post reads.

The Qtum developer toolkit includes Qtum Core, a Solidarity Compiler, Qmix IDE, Solar (smart contract deployment took), Qt-dev libraries and all other tools necessary to develop dApps.

In response to the news, Qtum is trading at $2.61, an increase of 7.48% over the last 24 hours.

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