Cardano’s research manager, Mario Larangiera, today had a meeting with representatives from Brazil to discuss integration and adoption of the Cardano network into the Brazil ecosystem. The meeting was between Cardano’s research manager and the president of Brazil’s National Council for Scientific Research and Technological Development in Brazil’s embassy in the city of Tokyo, Japan.
The research and blockchain firm that is responsible for the emergence of the Cardano Ada token, created by Charles Hoskinson, is planning on releasing an open source project of is which will see the Cardano technology become open for third-party developers – something not so very common in the crypto sphere.
It wasn’t so long when we had Charles Hoskinson (creator of Cardano) speak largely on his cryptocurrency creation and during that interview, made mention of some updates that were soon hitting the electronic shelves of the blockchain network.
A supposedly lost-in-the-system token, Cardano, happened to resurface this weekend in what seemed to be an eye opener for most people.
Charles Hoskinson made an interesting tweet last week. In it he emphasized on the Wall Street entrance in the cryptocurrency industry, the aftermath of which will bring tens of trillions of dollars into the cryptocurrency ecosystem.
The project now is for Hoskinson’s Cardano to find means of making its unique blockchain platform efficient and useful to Ethiopia’s coffee supply.