Cardano Unveils Strategy For Self-Sustaining Community

Cardano Unveils Strategy For Self-Sustaining Community

Cardano has been making headlines due to all kinds of recent achievements and plans that the team behind the project has.

Now, Elliot Hill of the Cardano Foundation highlighted in a recent article the direction in which the community participation in the Cardano ecosystem would be developing.

Cardano’s focus is shifting

The focus is now shifting towards smart contracts and Dapps, and there’s also the approaching launch of Goguen.

As the online publication Crypto News Flash reported, the Cardano Foundation’s main focus is to bring together all parts of the community: ADA owners, developers, businesses, public institutions, and stake pool operators to create “a bustling ecosystem with multiple opportunities for innovation and incubation of ideas, […] where every ecosystem participant feels empowered to work together to achieve common goals”.

Hill said that this creates a “new paradigm to the highly siloed and compartmentalized communities elsewhere in blockchain”:

He said that “Moving forward, the Cardano Foundation will become the catalyst for this collaborative spirit, leveraging its position as a guiding force for Cardano and enabling fast-track value creation for inclusive and equitable growth of the protocol.”

He continued and explained that most importantly, Cardano will be working hard in order to connect innovators, developers, enterprises, and the community in order to boost this growth.

Check out the original article in order to learn more details.

IOHK addresses Marlowe

In other news, the Cardano team and Charles Hoskinson are working really hard these days at various projects for Cardano.

Hoskinson retweeted a post from IOHK about Marlowe, and you can check it out below:

Other than this, the team keeps working really hard on all their projects involving Cardano. ADA enthusiasts enjoy a recent rise in the price of the coin.







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