Google’s Big Query Adds Analysis Tool For Polygon

We can now monitor the Polygon ecosystem using Google’s big data warehouse “Big Query,” which gives users access to detailed analytics and insights. Big Query is a serverless data warehouse enabling scalable analyses of vast amounts of data.

Big Query users can now analyze Polygon, which is a sidechain of Ethereum. It aims to connect all scaling solutions to an interoperable network of several blockchains and second layer solutions.

According to an announcement on Decrypt, this Polygon integration by Google allows “the querying and analysis of on-chain data on Polygon in a simple, organized manner using Google Cloud.”

This includes monitoring smart contract activity, tracking the TVL, and a lot more.

Alex Svanevik, the CEO of Nansen.ai, told Decrypt that Google’s step to integrate Polygon was a necessary step for mass adoption:

Being able to do analytics on public blockchains is important for transparency. In fact, easily accessible on-chain data is one of the cornerstones of any blockchain ecosystem. The BigQuery dataset is a great addition to Polygon’s growing ecosystem, and I’m delighted that Nansen could implement an open-source solution together with Polygon, Google, and Helix.

Alex Svanevik

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