QTUM an open-sourced blockchain application platform has recently entered into a partnership with Google Cloud to aid the release of its open-source client for staking and developing on the cloud itself.
QTUM is Providing Set of the Free-to-Use Tool For Dapps Development
According to the report announcing the partnership, set of free-to-use tool will provide for the development of smart contracts and Decentralized Application (Dapps). Also, accessing non-technical users in issuing and also staking/forging Tokens will be easier.
A full scale of tools has been launched by Qtum. Best of all, these tools are free.
Previously, setting up the tools and nodes by the developers and stakeholders had to be done separately. This has changed since an automatically updated open-source, a free suite of tools is now available on the Google Cloud.
With this initiative, Qtum aims to bridge the gap between real-world applications and communities like Bitcoin and Ethereum.
Miguel Palencia, Qtum CIO noted that:
“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. With a more accessible technology, we hope to open up and expand the Qtum community to include people with a broader range of experience — from experts to the everyday user.”
“The Qtum developer toolkit includes Qtum Core, a Solidity Compiler, Qmix IDE, Solar (smart contracts deployment tool), Qt-dev libraries, and all other necessary libraries and tools to develop dApps.”
Importantly, Google cloud has extended support for the high-demand public dataset which covers cryptocurrencies such as Dogecoin Dash, Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Zcash (ZEC) and Litecoin (LTC) as well. Statistics and data required for analyzing the projects without any hindrance are been provided.
Since the news broke, the price of QTUM token has moved by more than 8%, although still more than 90 percent down from its all-time high.