Avalanche gains 20% in hours after Amazon partnership announcement
By joining the AWS Partner Network, Ava Labs will be able to deploy products with more than 100,000 partners worldwide.
According to reports, the partnership will help scale blockchain adoption across enterprises, institutions, and governments. With Ava Labs joining the AWS Partner Network (APN), it can deploy products on AWS with more than 100,000 partners worldwide. Howard Wright, VP and global head of startups at AWS, said:
“Looking forward, web3 and blockchain is inevitable. No one can call the time or date or quarter that it’s going to happen and it’ll be mainstream, but we’ve seen the cycles of growth before.”
Moreover, AWS will support Avalanche’s DApp ecosystem, along with one-click node deployments, through its marketplace. Ava Labs will join AWS Activate, a program for startups and early-stage entrepreneurs.
“This is the beginning of something much, much bigger,” John Wu, president of Ava Labs, said, adding that the Subnets will allow developers “to spin up their own blockchain, a full blockchain, in Amazon very easily.”
With the AWS-Avalanche collaboration, more people will be able to launch and manage Avalanche nodes, increasing the network’s flexibility and strength, according to reports. Avalanche’s total volume currently stands at $458,893,881 – up 88.75% in 24 hours.
The AWS website notes that about 25% of all Ethereum workloads run on AWS – which is already being used by several blockchains.
At the time of press, Avalanche is ranked #17 by market cap and the AVAX price is up 24.62% over the past 24 hours. AVAX has a market capitalization of $4.94 billion with a 24-hour trading volume of $886.29 million. Learn more about AVAX ›
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