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Cardano Recent Development Report Highlights Extensive Work Behind Scenes


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Cardano’s Recent Development Report Demonstrates the Comprehensive Work Being Done Behind the Scenes.

According to a recent update, the Cardano development team has been working on various projects. Specifically, the networking team has created a new method to switch between root and ledger peers. This results in better communication between nodes in the system. Additionally, they have been making progress on Eclipse Evasion, a feature that enhances scalability and preserves privacy within the Cardano network.


These are just some of the many projects the team has been working on, all pointing toward a more secure, reliable, fast networking system. A weekly report showed that Cardano had launched 127 projects, generated over 8.28 million native tokens, and executed 8,277 Plutus scripts.

Furthermore, Cardano currently has 1,242 active projects being developed on its platform, processing 66.7 million transactions and 73,880 token policies. Before the Vasil hard fork, this number stood at 98 projects and 1,100 buildings on the Cardano network.

Other updates include launching the first manual-compatible Hydra Node and Hydra Plutus scripts which can be used on the mainnet. Additionally, this new launch includes technical changes and must-have issues that Cardano wants to fix before using a Hydra Head with real ADA.

Ledger Upgrade Sparks Controversy

As reported by The Crypto Basic, the new firmware update introduced by Ledger was recently under fire for some security vulnerabilities. Charles Hoskinson, the founder of IOG, took to Twitter to emphasize the importance of open-source software and regular audits by multiple sources to help users benefit from enhanced security measures.

Hoskinson also noted that transparency is critical to developing trust within the industry. He added that audited software provides a layer of assurance for users, which is especially important for hardware wallets.

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Nellius Irene
Nellius Irene
Nellius Irene is a crypto-journalist who has been following the industry since its early days. She has a keen interest in all things blockchain and believes it will revolutionize how we interact with the world around us. Nellius is passionate about informing her readers of the latest news and developments in the world of cryptocurrency and is committed to providing accurate, timely information.

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