Cardano Community reveals a new post on Twitter about stake pool operators.
Check out the post on Twitter below:
Interested in getting to know some of the #Cardano Stake Pool Operators, or want to introduce your Stake Pool to the #CardanoCommunity?
Please have a look here on our forum!
Introduction Guidelines: https://t.co/NqBpbHjDUx#Delegation
— Cardano Community (@Cardano) October 19, 2020
On the official forum, the team at Cardano noted that this is a new post with guidelines to introduce the Cardano stake pool in the appropriate section.
“This section is to provide you with a designated place to introduce the community to your stake pool. It will allow users to get to know a bit more about your pool than what is displayed on Daedalus, pooltool.io 14, adapools.org 12, AdaStat 12, and other such sources,” according to the blog post.
The team continues and notes that “This stake pool introductions section is designed to be concise and succinct and, therefore, the following rules must be strictly adhered to…” And the rules follow.
We recommend that you check out the original post on the Cardano forum in order to learn all there is to know about the stake pool introductions.
Cardano and Litecoin explore cross-chain communication
In other recent news, it’s been just revealed that Cardano’s founder Charles Hoskinson launched the idea of discussing a closer partnership with Litecoin back in July.
@SatoshiLite it would be great to do something together. I love the idea of testing cross chain communication between Litecoin and Cardano. We got a lot of ideas and I’m sure you guys do too
— Charles Hoskinson (@IOHK_Charles) July 7, 2020
There are a few application models, as Crypto News Flash noted, and these are discussed in detail in a new article that’s been posted by the Litecoin Foundation Director David Schwartz.
Check out more about the issue in our previous article.