EMURGO​, a global blockchain solutions firm and a founding entity of the Cardano blockchain, has announced it signed a partnership with ADApools.org, a real-time Cardano ADA stake pool data service provider. 

The new collaboration will include ADApools.org’s Cardano ADA stake pool data service platform into EMURGO’s Yoroi Wallet, which is a downloadable Cardano ADA light wallet for iOS, Android, Chrome, and Firefox.

After the integration completes, Yoroi and Cardano​ users will have the possibility to easily access important real-time data of the entire Cardano​ blockchain network, such as stake pool data, transactions, and so on. This will also enable Yoroi and Cardano​ users to make better decisions in regards to staking their ADA for rewards incentives.

With the recent historical development of Cardano’s transformation into a decentralized Proof-of-Stake blockchain network via the Shelley upgrade, transparent staking-related information has become a crucial value-added service to ADA users.

Swapping ADA to Shelley Addresses is Now Possible

After years of work on the Shelly, the upgrade has made transparent stake pools, and delegation features openly accessible to all ADA users, hence allowing them to receive ADA rewards in return for staking, which helps validate the Cardano​ blockchain.

“The Shelley upgrade was a momentous occasion for Cardano and ADA users. EMURGO is consistently dedicated to providing helpful and useful services for the Cardano community. Integrating real-time staking data into Yoroi Wallet is a logical next step to assist ADA users in finding the necessary staking data that suits their needs,” said EMURGO CTO Nicolás Arqueros.

Run and managed from the Czech Republic by three official Cardano ambassadors and its related website cardanians.io, ADApools.org is dedicated to creating and helping the healthy development of the Cardano​ ecosystem. For now, there are over 1,000 official Cardano​ stake pools with more than 10 billion ADA being staked.

In other good news, swapping ADA to Cardano’s Shelley-era addresses is now available on flyp.me.

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