Cardano Founder Launches Enterprise Blockchain Framework Together With Ethiopian Government

Cardano Founder Launches Enterprise Blockchain Framework Together With Ethiopian Government

It’s been just revealed that the former Ethereum Co-Founder, Founder of Cardano and CEO of IOHK, Charles Hoskinson, announced the launch of an enterprise blockchain framework that aims to provide financial services to billions of people living in African countries.

Forbes recently addressed the subject in one of their articles.

Known as “Atala” (named after a butterfly that resides in Florida), IOHK’s framework will serve as a solutions provider for developers, companies and governments looking to implement new products.

“Atala is an enterprise framework similar to Hyperledger Fabric. However, the point is to be a solutions provider for governments in need of a municipal currency or a supply chain management system. This requires a type of framework that serves as libraries and modules that would allow governments to rapidly build a product for end-users,” Hoskinson told me.

We suggest that you check out the complete article by Forbes.

Cardano reveals the Daedalus 3.3.0

In other news, Cardano makes fans excited with this latest news. Check out the post that the team behind the project shared on their social media account below.

The team also said: “Mary-ready’ with inbuilt support for #Cardano protocol update which will bring native token support to Cardano, due for mainnet deployment end of this month.
White heavy check mark #ProjectCatalyst voting registration – easier than ever to get involved; have your say on #Cardano’s future!! 2/5”

Cardano also addressed the Mary hard fork.

Check out the tweet that the Cardano Foundation dropped on social media:

The community reacted with enthusiasm in the comments.

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