Cardano has been making a lot of headlines these days due to all kinds of achievements that they managed to mark in 2020.
IOHK has recently announced that Solidity which is a programming language for writing smart contracts on Ethereum is now compatible with the Cardano blockchain via an interoperable platform that uses Ethereum’s native code.
Restarting the KEVM devnet program
It’s important to note that the company has restarted its KEVM devnet program which is enabling the Ethereum Virtual Machine to run with Cardano’s K-framework.
IOHK, the company behind the Cardano blockchain, announced two major new development environments earlier this month, as noted by the online publication CryptoSlate.
“Both developer networks were set to allow developers to write smart contracts for Cardano and were part of the company’s larger effort to launch Goguen, the blockchain’s smart contract era,” they wrote.
Back on December 21st, after announcing that the KEVM devnet program went live, IOHK called on Solidity devs to join the initiative. Check out the tweet:
As #Cardano momentum builds into 2021, we’re inviting #Solidity developers to check out our new 2020 KEVM devnet program, which went live last week. Find all the core info you need to know right here 👇 https://t.co/uOtfwNZrbH
— Input Output (@InputOutputHK) December 21, 2020
Cardano’s Charles Hoskinson addresses what’s in store for the project
Charles Hoskinson addresses some of the things that are in store for the digital asset in the interview below.
— ₿it₿oy (@Bitboy_Crypto) December 26, 2020
Cardano also wished everyone Happy Holidays and the team behind the project dropped the message on Twitter.
Check out the tweet below.
— Cardano Foundation (@CardanoStiftung) December 24, 2020
Stay tuned for more relevant news.