Charles Hoskinson, co-founder and CEO of Input Output Hong Kong (IOHK), the company behind Cardano’s blockchain solutions, reveals what to expect from the company’s upcoming roadmap.
The 34-year-old took to Twitter to express his thoughts on Cardano’s upcoming roadmap, which will cover the platform’s prospects through 2022.
According to him, Cardano (ADA) has made significant progress in terms of ecosystem development: its “living” ecosystem is becoming more robust.
Hoskinson adds that all projects using Cardano’s smart contracts should expect many excellent advances for their mechanisms, as Cardano’s technology is “unbelievable.”
As he stated in his previous update on October 18th, he did so in order to reduce the bad buzz around Cardano in the crypto industry. Hoskinson wanted to be open and honest about everything they’d been working on since the September Alonzo update.
His recent briefing on Twitter, on the other hand, may possibly turn the tables for Cardano, which has been chastised until now for failing to deploy smart contract capabilities despite launching in September 2017.
Cardano’s parent company, IOHK, recently stated in a blog post that the project’s focus will change from delivering basic capabilities and consistency to optimizing in the future.