Alphabet’s Google announced Tuesday that it has partnered with Coinbase to allow some customers to pay for cloud services with cryptocurrencies beginning in early 2023, while Coinbase stated that it would use Google’s cloud infrastructure. Early next year, Google will begin allowing a subset of customers to pay for cloud services with digital currencies. Furthermore, Google stated that it would investigate the use of Coinbase Prime, a service for storing and trading cryptocurrencies. Coinbase will migrate some of its applications from Amazon Web Services to Google’s cloud. Users can pay for Google Cloud services with cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Dogecoin, and Bitcoin Cash via Coinbase’s crypto payment platform, Coinbase commerce.