Cardano just shared a post about blockchain and digital identity. Check out the post that the Cardano Foundation shared on their social media account.
ICYMI: can #blockchain deliver on #digitalidentity for all? Read https://t.co/R0vBQg2TiR. #Cardano community spotlight: https://t.co/R0vBQg2TiR. Check out the latest #stakepool re-delegation https://t.co/oSUV9d6UCp help contribute to Stake Pool School: https://t.co/u6vd43yEf1
— Cardano Foundation (@CardanoStiftung) January 9, 2021
In the original post, Cardano writes: “With the launch of the Shelley through Cardano’s hardfork in July 2020, stake pool operators can officially run pools and attract delegates on the Cardano mainnet.”
The same notes reveal that “To support new pool operators joining the Cardano ecosystem, the Cardano Foundation and members of IOHK’s engineering team, including Lars Brünjes 1, created the Stake Pool School 65. With a collection of video content and walkthroughs, the Stake Pool School helped new stake pool operators, regardless of their technical abilities, get started with running and establishing a pool.”
We suggest that you check out the original post that the Cardano Foundation dropped on their social media account.
Cardano price prediction
Cardano had a great 2020, and 2021 is expected to be even better for the project. ADA is also expected to mirror the achievements that the team behind Cardano has been making.
When writing this article, ADA is trading in the red, and the coin is priced at $0.3190.
Capital.com notes that “ADA started 2020 at $0,0341, quickly rallying to $0,0707 by mid-February. It then entered a downtrend that culminated in the coin falling to the intraday low of $0.0191 on March 13, driven by the broader market sell-off at the start of the Covid-19 crisis.”
They also address the fact that ADA could be hitting $1 again, but we suggest that you check out the complete analysis in their original article.
Stay tuned to find out more predictions about the price of ADA.