Cardano Roadmap Update Due to Come

According to the Cardano countdown clock the next roadmap update will be released on April 5 of 2018
24 March 2018   1464

Cardano is an open source decentralised public blockchain and cryptocurrency project, which is developing a smart contract platform which seeks to deliver more advanced features than any protocol previously developed. The development team consists of a large global collective of engineers and researchers.

The Cardano roadmap is regularly updated, and its countdown clock is indicating the next release. According to the countdown clock, the next update will be released on April 5, 2018.

Cardano Roadmap Update Countdown at the moment of pressCardano Roadmap Update Countdown at the moment of press

For instance, exchange enchancements are currently 80% developed as they are being made to increase performance rates for Cardano exchange partners, and multi-signature transactions in Cardano, which will allow Daedalus to support wallets that are shared between multiple people with joint control of the funds, are developed 35%.

At the moment of press, these are main market parameters of Cardano:

Average price: $0,189289
Marketcap: $4 907 709 255
24h volume: $142 178 000

Cardano Hardfork to be Announced

During the upgrade, aimed to update the Cardano consensus algorithm, the Ouroboros Bizantine Fault-Tolerant protocol will be implemented
21 January 2020   95

The head of the blockchain company IOHK, Charles Hoskinson, spoke about plans to hold Cardano hard fork in mid-February. He said this during a stream on YouTube.

Hardfork aims to update the Cardano consensus algorithm. During the upgrade, the Ouroboros Bizantine Fault-Tolerant (OBFT) protocol will be implemented.

What changes will occur after the implementation of OBFT, the head of IOHK did not explain. At the same time, he noted that the integration of Ledger hardware wallets with Daedalus wallet software will soon be implemented.

At this stage, the project is negotiating with exchanges, as well as checking the readiness of the infrastructure. Nevertheless, according to Hoskinson, "everything is going well" and they do not plan to postpone the hard fork.