Solana unveils Google partnership, smartphones, Web3 store at Breakpoint

Solana Breakpoint a four-day conference scheduled from Nov 4 to 7 attracted 13,000 people in just one of the four venues it's being held simultaneously. 

Solana unveils Google partnership, smartphones, Web3 store at Breakpoint

The venue featured Solana co-founder Raj Gokal and Solana Labs co-founder Anatoly Yakovenko. 

Vibhu Norby the CEO and founder of Solana space deliver an interactive presentation while asking attendees to scan QR codes to participate in a giveaway. 

While explaining the process of building a Solana store Norby expressed the launch of GeoNFTs implementation that allows users to geo-tag an area in their city.

“If you have a GeoNFT, you can redeem it 1-for-1 with the exclusive rights to open a Solana store in that region.”

With GeoNFTs, Solana aims to empower solo entrepreneurs that wish to get into business. 

Solana smartphones available for pre-order in early 2023, Solana smartphones lie in their ability to securely store the private keys of crypto wallets. the Solana smartphone will be powered by a Qualcomm chipset sporting an Arm-based SoC, allowing for higher productivity. 

Solana expressed the launch of the Solana App Store as well Solana spokesperson expressed the need for a good user experience in Web3. 

Solana's dApps store promise to do away with charges revenues and fees, the company confirmed with the interested participants that submissions open in January 2023. 

Furthermore, Google cloud is soon to become a Solana node validator. the Solana ecosystem partnership with Google cloud evidently stole the limelight. 

Google cloud's Blockchain node engine which was first declared on Oct 27, will feature on the Solana chain from 2023. the integration will allow users to launch a dedicated Solana node in the cloud. 

Also, Google cloud will index Solana data and bring it to BigQuery to easier for the Solana developers to access historical data. 

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