By enabling users to check the balances of their Ethereum addresses using the search function of its engine, Google is extending its influence within the Web3 industry.
The feature was officially unveiled by Google Ventures investor Han Hua via his Twitter account. The Ethereum block explorer Etherscan is being used to collect the data.
The public was extremely impressed with the new feature and searched for a wide range of Ethereum addresses; however, the majority failed. This means the feature is very limited but could be improved shortly.
However, Google is trying to expand its operations through Web3, and people are likely to be a lot happier since the actions of a large business would surely increase the adoption of crypto.
Just a few days ago, Google Cloud and Coinbase announced a new strategic partnership that will better serve customers of the Web3 community and the developers who are part of it.
This partnership will permit certain groups of Google cloud customers to pay for Cloud services with digital currencies, such as Bitcoin or Ethereum.
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