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Blockchain sleeping giant Google has awakened: low-key layout of blockchain search

Time : 20/11/2021 Author : xki820 Click : + -
        Abstract: Recently, Google big data analysis platform bigquery quietly added the network plug-in of Ethereum classic etc, which can search etc blockchain data in all Google cloud's bigquery products. In fact, Google has earlier added bitcoin and Ethereum blockchain data to bigquery and collaborated with AI. Google, a giant, has awakened and accelerated in the blockchain field. The following is translated from Forbes article, the original "navigation bitcoin, Ethereum, reborn: How Google makes blockchain searchable silently". In the mild mid December of 80 degrees Fahrenheit, 41 year old data scientist Allen day in Singapore was confused about one thing.
        Through the tools he developed in Google, he can see the mysterious collaborative use of artificial intelligence on Ethereum's blockchain. Although it lost 83% of its market value in 2018, ETH, the third largest cryptocurrency in the world (after bitcoin and XRP), still has a market value of about $11billion. Carefully observe its blockchain &mdash& mdash; This distributed transaction database supporting cryptocurrency &mdash& mdash; Allen · Dai found that "a group of" automatic agents "trade funds in" an automated way ". Although he doesn't know who created AI yet, he suspects that they may be agents of cryptocurrency transactions, and the transactions between them are to artificially raise the price of Ethereum.
        "This is not just a single agent doing things by itself," Allen · Dai said at Google Asia Pacific headquarters, "they are pairing with other agents to produce a greater group effect.". Allen · Dai's official title is senior development consultant of googlecloud. His job is to predict demand even before the product exists, and he believes that "making blockchain more accessible" is the next big thing. Just as Google made the Internet more available (and ultimately profited from it) 20 years ago, its next billions of dollars in revenue may come from its excellent performance on the blockchain.
        Danish researcher thomassilkjaer is using Google's bigquery to draw a public information map about the address of ripo coins. The crater represents some of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges. 2018 Allen · Dai and a small group of open source developers quietly began to load the data of the entire bitcoin and Ethereum blockchain into Google's big data analysis platform bigquery. With the help of evgenymedvedev, the chief developer, he created a set of complex software to search data. Although there is no publicity at all, the news of the project is among the supporters of cryptocurrency &mdash& mdash; It spread quickly among programmers.
        In the past year, more than 500 projects have been created through this new tool, including trying to do everything from predicting the price of bitcoin to analyzing the gap between the rich and the poor among ether holders. In fact, Google lags far behind Amazon and Microsoft in cloud computing. Last year, Google generated about $3billion in revenue from cloud services. At the same time, Amazon and Microsoft received about $27billion and $10billion respectively. Allen · Dai hopes that his project blockchainetl will help companies compete fairly in this field. But even here, Google is trying to catch up. With a set of tools for constructing and managing distributed ledgers, Amazon has entered the military region block chain field on a large scale in 2018; Microsoft entered this field in 2015 when it released the tool of Ethereum blockchain.
        With a set of tools for constructing and managing distributed ledgers, Amazon entered the military region block chain field on a large scale in 2018. Microsoft entered this field in 2015, when it released the tool of Ethereum blockchain. It now hosts a series of services as part of the azure blockchain workbench. But when Amazon and Microsoft focused on making it easier to develop applications, Allen Dai Ze focuses on showing how blockchain is used and by whom. "In the future, the transfer of more economic activities on the chain not only requires a consistent level of trust," when it comes to the core verification mechanism of blockchain technology, Allen · Dai said, "it needs a certain degree of trust to know who you are actually interacting with.
        ”In other words, if blockchain is to become the mainstream, some popular anonymous functions will have to be abandoned. Allen · Dai is from placercounty, California. He got his first computer at the age of 5 and began to write simple programs a few years later. Out of his fascination with volcanoes and dinosaurs, his interest turned to life science. So in 2000, he received a double degree in biology and Mandarin at the University of Oregon. After that, he went to the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) to study for a doctorate in human genetics and helped establish a computer program to browse the genome.
        This picture of silkjaer uses the data of Ruibo coin to show the capital transfer of the whole transaction ledger, and finally shows the snapshot in the actual user's wallet. Allen · Dai started to rely on Distributed Computing (a core concept of blockchain) at UCLA, which stores data on a large network composed of computers. In the early 21st century, Allen · Dai needs to analyze a large amount of data that make up human genes. In order to solve this problem, he connected several small computers together, which greatly enhanced their computing power. "I have been using distributed system technology for some time," Allen · Dai said, "I can see some interesting features of blockchain that can be used to run supercomputers around the world.
        ”。 Allen ·, who was hired to work in Google's health and bioinformatics field in 2016; Dai called blockchain the hottest distributed computing work on earth. But his talent has been honed &mdash& mdash; That is, sequencing the genome of infectious diseases in real time and using AI to increase rice yield &mdash& mdash; Blockchains that are not easy to decode. In Allen Before Dai and Medvedev released their tools, retrieving a blockchain requires a specific software called "blockbrowser", through which users can only obtain specific transactions. A transaction is marked by a unique character with more than 26 characters.
        In contrast, Google's blockchain ETL allows users to search the entire trading ecosystem more widely. In order to demonstrate how customers can optimize cryptocurrency economy through blockchain ETL, Allen Dai has used it to test the so-called hard bifurcation, or an irreducible blockchain database split, which forked out a new currency "bitcoin cash" from the original bitcoin in the summer of 2017. This particular bifurcation is the result of the "war" between hatield and mccoyt in the bitcoin community. One side wants to deviate from the original development trajectory of bitcoin, while the other side tries to develop bitcoin into a cash like currency, which can support micro payment more economically and quickly.
        Through Google's bigquery, Allen Dai found that contrary to the increase in micro exchanges, bitcoin cash is actually being hoarded by large investors, just as it is generated by defecting developers. "I am very interested in quantifying what is happening so that we can see the location of legitimate use cases in the blockchain," Allen Dai said. "Then we can move to the next use case and develop what these technologies are really suitable for.". Alan Dai's work inspires others. Tomaszkolinko is a programmer in Warsaw and the creator of an analytical smart contract service. Smart contract is a specific function of blockchain, which aims to implement contractual obligations such as mortgages transparently, but at the same time reduce dependence on third parties such as lawyers.
        Kolinko is disappointed with his blockchain query tool. In December, kolinko met Allen in Songshang, a hacker in Singapore Dai. One month after the meeting, kolinko used Google's tools to query a specific function of smart contracts, "selfdestruct", which aims to limit the length of use of a contract. Kolinko combined him with Allen Dai's software retrieved 1.2 million smart contracts in just 23 seconds &mdash& mdash; Before that, it might take several hours. The result: about 700 smart contracts have turned on the "self destruction" function, which enables anyone to destroy the smart contract immediately, whether or not they are licensed.
        "In the past, you couldn't easily check all the contracts that used it," kolinko said. "This is the most frightening and exciting tool I have ever made.". Alan Dai is adding bitcoin and cryptocurrencies other than Ethereum. Wright coin, zcash, dascoin, bitcoin cash, Ethereum classic and dog coin are all in this category. Independent developers are loading their own cryptocurrency data sets on Google. In August last year, an independent developer named wietsewind uploaded another popular cryptocurrency, 400g data of the whole Rayleigh blockchain, to bigquery.
        Wind updates its data every 15 minutes, which prompted a Danish designer named thomassilkjaer to create a heat map of cryptocurrency changes. Its colorful spheres show more than onemillion cryptocurrency wallets, including those of exchange giants such as Qian'an and London cryptocurrency debit card start-ups such as WireX,. "Google has always been a sleeping giant in blockchain," said blockapps CEO kierenjames Lubin, who is cooperating with Google to sell enterprise blockchain products. Except Alan Dai's bigquery, Google has submitted a number of blockchain patents, including the patent submitted in 2018 to improve the security of blockchain through interoperable blockchain "latticefinteroperatingblockchains", which is a big problem in the world where hackers steal millions of cryptocurrencies.
        Google also promotes developers to develop applications on Ethereum, and Google's venture capital &mdash& mdash; GV has also made several important investments in cryptocurrency startups. (author: panews, the content comes from the "get number" of the chain get content open platform; this article only represents the author's point of view, not the official position of the chain get).
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