Cardano’s Charles Hoskinson Did Something That Craig Wright Could Not Do
Cardano’s Charles Hoskinson has been more than proud these days, following the massive success of the Shelley upgrade.
After the hardfork, the team behind Cardano told the community that there’s still a lot of work to be done, and they continue to keep people updated on social media.
Hoskinson did the very same thing, and just recently, he had quite an interesting announcement to make – it involves the self-proclaimed Satoshi Nakamoto, Bitcoin’s creator – Craig Wright.
Hoskinson did something Wright was not able to
Here’s what he told his Twitter followers:
Hey look at that. I joined the ETC channel and just did something Criag Wright somehow can’t figure out how to do. Man those digital signatures are so complicated 🙂 pic.twitter.com/7uskZjRDrP
— Charles Hoskinson (@IOHK_Charles) August 7, 2020
Someone commented: “Yeah. But his chain has a multitude of apps, businesses, worked straight out of the gate, has massive tx/s & flipped multiple major coins on cmc this year, after launching in late 2018. Not really a place you wanna go for personal comparisons.”
Another follower said: “I joined and got kicked out straight away while reading through the recent conversation.”
Anyway, we suggest that you check out the complete thread.
A few days ago, we addressed everything that you need to know about Cardano staking.
Shelley upgrade comes with staking rewards for users who have the ADA cryptocurrency. Here’s what you can expect from Cardano’s staking system.
If you want to stake Cardano for a certain period, you’ll regularly earn a return of your investment. Staking also helps the Cardano network as it is the process by which validators are chosen to create a new block and process transactions.
Anyway, overall, Cardano is developing one of the most unique and probably one of the most decentralized staking systems ever seen.
Check out our previous article in order to learn all the details.
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