According to Cardano founder Charles Hoskinson, Cardano may receive many valuable updates over the next 60 to 90 days. According to
Financial Fox interview, Hoskinson announced that many “smart contracts” will be coming to the network in the next two to three months.
The IOHK board also revealed that Hoskinson has been meeting with groups behind Celsius, SingularityNET, Fireblocks and Prime Trust over the past few months to create a foundation for Cardano. “Deciding which of these companies to integrate first was difficult,” he added:
“It is necessary. We need it for decentralized applications (dApps). In order for institutional investors to come, we need a lot of people from the department. These are also currently consuming a lot of our time as a company.”
The research arm of the Cardano Foundation is said to be working on startups, while the integration team is working to promote the Cardano complement on various platforms. Commenting on some of the ongoing announcements, Hoskinson said:
“We will be announcing some new things such as: a smart contract institute specializing in smart contract development design.”
The administrator said newly announced developments will be introduced at the University of Wyoming, likely due to IOHK’s existing connections there and the general attitude of Wyoming to the practical application of these concepts.
Cardano brings the Mary hard fork to mainnet on March 1st
As we previously reported as Kriptokoin.com, the Mary hard fork will start on March 1st … it will be officially broadcast on the mainnet; It should be noted that it will bring the long-awaited multi-asset functionality to the Cardano network. In fact, in a recent blog post, the platform stated that smart contracts will be arriving in a short time; He argued that they don’t need to create a local token in Cardano.
Cardano Foundation, “Local assets, non-tradable tokens that can be used to represent a variety of unique physical and digital assets; meaning it can be used to extract NFTs,” he said.