Bitcoin Cash, Dash, Dogecoin, Ethereum Classic, Litecoin, and Zcash were added by Google in it’s Machine Learning Blockchain BigQuery toolset
Beginning of February Google quietly increased it’s Blockchain reach via BigQuery. Google started transaction data parsing on bitcoin and ethereum blockchains, and introduced some basic search tools last year, however the company was significantly behind Amazon and Microsoft in this area.
One of obvious uses for current platform is monitoring of patterns in transaction flows, while the Google’s AI/ML integration will allow gathering of information on how an address is being used.
Given several months of runtime, BigQuery dataset currently allows analysis of how miners allocate space in the blocks they mine. Analyzing this data, for example, confirmed that there are zero-fee transactions being included in mined blocks. As a result, we can conclude that zero-fee transactions are either included by miners for their own transactions, or miners are running transaction accelerators which require transactors to pay mining fees.