Cardano, the fully open source, decentralized public blockchain and cryptocurrency project is currently moving closer and closer towards its next major update, -the Shelley Project. Shelley is among the many projects carried out by the Cardano team. Its main aim is to prove beyond all doubt that, like all good blockchains, Cardano will become fully decentralized and autonomous.
The Shelley project comes after the Byron phase, which was the bootstrap era. The next phase expected to bring unprecedented security and dependability to blockchain systems is the Goguen phase.
The Shelly project comprises of three major functions;Incentives: Which provide stakeholders with monetary incentives which ensure the system runs undisrupted. Delegation: Which allow stakeholders to delegate their right and obligation to sign blocks to a third party. Networking: This provides network systems to support decentralization.
Hoskinson Reviews Delegation Mechanism
Charles Hoskinson founder of Cardano and CEO of Input Output Hong Kong (IOHK), recently posted on his twitter handle that he was about to depart to Berlin in order to participate in an internal workshop. His tweet clearly stated that they had 50 pages of math to go through in order to finalize the design of Cardano’s delegation mechanics.
According to reports the finalization of the delegation mechanics is one of the major hurdles to clear before the general release of Shelley.Transform Africa Initiative
There’s even more good news for the Cardano community as Hoskinson has also taken a clear interest in teaching Africans to code. The ‘Transform Africa Initiative’ aims to educate Africans about the Haskell programming language. This will enable Africans to participate in future Cardano developments.
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