The Google Pixel lacks wireless charging. Some people might not use it if it existed, but I found wireless charging to be very comfortable and handy feature to have on a mobile phone. There are some alternatives like the one shown in the video below. It's an accessory that attached to the microUSB port and then you can put it on the wireless charger base. From the video, I think it's the Tylt wireless charger, which from what I've read doesn't need perfect alignment to charge the phone and has a very nice phone stand which you can read text messages and use the phone while charging it.
The guy in the video uses an Input-self-adaptation accessory and from what he says, the Type-C Receiver DISDIM Type C Qi Wireless Charger Receiver works with the Google Pixel. I visited the amazon.com page for this product, there it's written that it supports the LG G5, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P and other devices. I don't know if there is a risk of using it, but it is compatible with the Tylt wireless charger so it seems..
Anyways, I wish there was a native support, so we won't have to deal with all those extra accessories, so I can just put the phone on a Qi wireless charger and charge it. There are some restaurants around my area with wireless charging stands, so it's very comfortable to charge the phone while eating launch. If you are looking for a wireless charging option for the Google Pixel, I thought you might want to try his solution out and see if it works for you.