Google Cloud to Accept Bitcoin and Other Payments via Coinbase
Through its subsidiary Google, Alphabet has just provided the cryptocurrency sector with the kind of unwavering support it has been seeking
as it has stepped up its efforts in recent months to promote widespread adoption of the technology.
In order to pay for its cloud computing services, Google now accepts cryptocurrency payments.
Through its Coinbase Commerce service, Google Cloud will let businesses and web3 project developers accept payments in a variety of digital currencies provided by Coinbase.
A part of the company's diversification is Coinbase Commerce. It enables companies to accept payments in ten of the most well-known cryptocurrencies:
Bitcoin, Ether, Tether USD, Bitcoin Cash, Dogecoin, Shiba Inu, USD coin, Litecoin, DAI, and Apecoin .A select group of cryptocurrency-related businesses will be able to make
payments via Coinbase Commerce thanks to Google Cloud at first. The Internet behemoth will extend this option to a larger group of businesses in a later step.
According to Brian Armstrong, co-founder and CEO of Coinbase, "We are thrilled Google Cloud has selected Coinbase to help introduce Web3
to a new group of customers and give powerful solutions to developers."