Cardano Foundation Addresses Sustainability In The Blockchain

Cardano Foundation addresses an important issue these days, Check out the post that they shared on social media below.

Someone said: ‘When you have products for end users at a cost that is affordable , technologically advance in nature , solving the current problems , there is no stopping.’

A commenter posetd this message: ‘Love the tools Cardano is building and the philosophy. But what about accessibility? Daedalus it absolutely unusable for screen reader users. A single page application with no aria-live regions for the routing. No discernible text for the main icon navigation. And more…’

One other follower said: ‘There are 61m people in the US that have some sort of disability. I can’t imagine how much higher that number is worldwide. A11y should be a stakeholder at every decision-making event. What good is a product if you can’t use it? And what does it say when a11y is purposely ignored.’

Someone on YouTube said this: ‘Looking forward to rappelling off the NRG Bridge again this year! Good analogies to the projects and funding, appreciate hearing and seeing the folks behind this work.’

Cardano in the news

It’s been just released that Raoul Pal predicted Cardano and other altcoins will massively outperform Ethereum in a bullish environment.

During a new interview on Crypto Banter, the chief of Real Vision described his crypto portfolio strategy using analogies from traditional financial markets.

“In traditional markets, once an established trend takes place, you move out the risk curve. So from Bitcoin, being like government bonds, you then go to Ethereum which is like corporate bonds, and then you go to junk bonds, which is all the other stuff, and then private-sector lending. So I’m just moving out the risk curve because the trend is established, and I know that in a bull market, ETH will outperform Bitcoin and alts will outperform ETH.”

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