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Partnership Of AWS And Avalanche Will Make It Easy For Developers For Nodes

Reports said that the partnership of Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Avalanche will make it easy for developers to establish nodes on the Avalanche blockchain, including via “one-click node deployment.”

It has been reported that eventually, too, it might make it simpler for everyday businesses, i.e., non-crypto-related enterprises, and even individuals to establish their own subnets like smaller, private, layer-2 blockchains. But perhaps the outstanding message from the January 11 announcement is that the blockchain revolution isn’t just about cryptocurrencies.

However, it’s also about things as prosaic as storing documents more securely and sensibly so they can be quickly retrieved during emergencies.

The report said that it encompasses decentralized finance (DeFi) and nonfungible tokens (NFTs), but it’s also about bringing “scalable blockchain solutions to enterprises and governments,” including such humdrum but important use cases as compliance management, Ava Labs, creator of Avalanche, said last week.

John Nahas, the Vice President of Ava Labs explained:

“Crypto products or crypto infrastructures have been very geared up until this point to cater to crypto-native people. [...] We need to expand the pie here. We need to expand the developers, the companies, the people who are going to be utilizing this technology in a mass-market way to bring in more people into this ecosystem.”

Thus, the Avalanche community generally welcomed the Amazon Web Services news, but others took issue with some of the language and claims, like Ava Labs CEO Emin Gün Sirer’s assertion that “This is a big deal. It's not your grandfather's ‘AWS partnership announcement.’”

Source: Cointelegraph




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