Layerszero adds support for Google Cloud oracle

Layerszero adds support for Google Cloud oracle

layerszero, a popular cross-chain interoperability protocol, has added support for the Google Cloud oracle, which is now available to all LayerZero-based applications and will be the default configuration on Sept. 19 for all applications.

The news comes as Google Cloud is expanding its web3 presence.

In October of last year, the company launched its Blockchain Node Engine, first offering node management services for Ethereum validators before expanding the product to support other Proof of Stake blockchains. Google Cloud has also teamed up with OKX to host a web3 hackathon in April.

Google's parent company, Google, has been making moves to embrace web3. In July, Google updated the terms of service for its Play Store to support blockchain-based in-app content, including NFTs and secondary markets.

On the same day, a video surfaced of LevelZero team member Robert Collura, appearing to shoot down expectations of a forthcoming layerZero airdrop during the Permissionless II conference.

On X, LayerZero CEO Bryan Pellegrino responded to the video, claiming that the comments were taken out of context.

Pellegrino, 58, tweets: ''I can't wait for the next season to end,'' he said.

That's undoubtedly a welcome relief for the over 3M users that have pushed more than 60M transactions on LayerZero, aiming for a future airdrop.