The Cardano Foundation, which is based in Switzerland, will continue developing educational programs that center around Blockchain (specifically, its security and vulnerabilities). There is a growing need for academic studies in the gradually maturing industry.
Cardano’s ecosystem partners are also helping the cause. IOHK conducts various workshops around the globe to enhance the expertise of those who are using its Haskell programming language.
Meanwhile, EMURGO Academy will focus on training a new batch of Blockchain developers in various regions of India. For this purpose, it developed Blockchain-oriented curriculum for local educational institutions.
Back in March, the Ethiopian government also penned an agreement with Cardano to use Blockchain in its agricultural industry.
Cardano has been on a roll for the past few days with IOHK CEO Charles Hoskinson recently announcing that the project’s 1.6 version is already in the pipeline.
This slew of announcements allowed Cardano to stay above the fray after Bitcoin’s most recent drop.
On top of that, Hoskinson is also preparing for the launch of Polymesh, a platform that allows issuing security tokens.
Do good work, earn a "badger" - that's the idea behind a new incentive launched by Microsoft and blockchain gaming project Enjin.
Cointelegraph has announced the launch of its Cointelegraph Consulting division, which is focused on advancing enterprise blockchain adoption by helping companies understand the potential of blockchain and then matching them with enterprise vendors to implement solutions.
China's Great Firewall, used by the government to regulate access to foreign internet sites, has blocked one of the most popular sources of Ethereum blockchain data.
The Stellar Development Foundation has burned 55 billion of its XLM tokens, over half the cryptocurrency’s supply, CEO Denelle Dixon announced from the stage of the Stellar Meridian conference Monday.
American multinational retail corporation, Walmart, has announced that it would be partnering with Ripple partners, MoneyGram and Ria, to power its Walmart2World money transfer service across its 4,700 stores.