Cardano CEO Reveals Strategy For The Next 50-100 Years
New and exciting plans for Cardano are revealed.
During an interview with Crypto Valley, the recently appointed CEO of the Cardano Foundation, Frederik Gregaard, addressed the future of Cardano and the crypto market.
Establishing Cardano in the market in the long term
As reported by the online publication Crypto News Flash, he explained that the Cardano Foundation’s intention is to establish Cardano in the market not in the short term, but in the long term.
“We are looking at how we can stay around for the next 50 to 100 years,” he said.
He continued and explained that “We will see on the short term a range of third generation blockchains succeeding, being able to prove that they tackled the famous problems we had around the first and second generation blockchains.”
We recommend that you check out the video above in order to learn everything that he had to say about the plans involving Cardano.
The community is not too excited about the CEO.
Someone said: “I listened to the whole Podcast and I really liked Frederik’s position, I would like to see him in other podcasts too and in a possible conversation with Charles 2 pens.”
Another person said this on YouTube: “The CF is contaminated by dictators. 2 dudes are moderating each and every social media related to Cardano. They are rebuilding what they are supposed to destroy: Centralization! When all social will be moderated by the whole community, then and only then, we can say Cardano is decentralized. Until that it is Nepotism all over the places.”
Someone else said: “I hear the word “trust” thrown around. I trust that Cardano will continue to develop their product indefinitely and that it will never be ready for the prime time or commercial use – as it were. This product may end up writing the greatest code ever that will be used by no one. Or at least no one that will bring any value (read $$$).”
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