Cardano [ADA] roadmap guided by 3 principles, guarding Satoshi Nakamoto’s vision is one
There are three principals that guide the advancement of the roadmap, first, the growth of the community and its needs; second, a distributed and resilient network true to the original vision of Satoshi, and third, balancing the pace of research and development so commercial advantage does not win out over the application of scientific rigour.
The Cardano roadmap has been updated! Check out the latest here: https://t.co/uOThpgSdbj
— Cardano Foundation (@CardanoStiftung) August 2, 2018
Next 18 months will be contributed to stability, interoperability, and governance. Cardano’s protocols will gradually increase in complexity, interdependence and use more exotic cryptographic primitives throughout the whole phase of advancement.
After completing the Byron phase, Cardano will enter the Shelley phase. The community expressed their gratitude to the Cardano community. “Our hope is that the roadmap is something we can build together over time and it becomes one of our strongest pillars,” community further added.
“A cryptocurrency is only as good as the community behind it. We’ve been humbled by how amazing, patient and helpful our community has been. Our hope is that the roadmap is something we can build together over time and it becomes one of our strongest pillars.”
Cardano has allocated its resources to two pieces of research, which are focused on the ‘ontology of smart contracts’ and fixing the errors detected in Ethereum’s smart contracts. These researches will cover Ethereum in specific and the general foundational design of smart contracts.
In June, Cardano $ADA redesigned their word-heavy roadmap. The version is more sleek and streamlined while still keeping the beautiful aesthetics of the original roadmap.