According to Cointelegraph, Peter Todd, a former bitcoin core developer, raised his query for Google’s claim that its quantum computer had achieved “quantum hegemony”. Todd said: "This is meaningless, because Google's quantum breakthrough is for a primitive type of quantum computing, and this calculation is far from breaking cryptography. We don't even know if quantum computers are likely to scale." Google researchers Previously published in a paper published on the NASA website, Google's processor was able to perform calculations that took 10,000 years to complete today's most powerful supercomputer Summit in 3 minutes and 20 seconds. Researchers say this means that Google's quantum computers have achieved "quantum hegemony."