Cardano Upgrade Delayed Due to Bugs

The development team of blockchain platform Cardano has found some delay in the upgrade of Vasil Hard Fork. The reason for this is some technical bugs. Cardano’s team has decided to fix these bugs. Because of this, the upgrade is being delayed. The developers of Cardano are looking at releasing it on the testnet later this month.

The development team says that these bugs need to be fixed for a successful launch of the upgrade. The team explained in a blog post, “The upgrade is being worked on rapidly and only seven bugs remain. None of them are serious. We have decided not to send the upgrade proposal to the test net. Will get more time.” The development team is planning to engage with the decentralized application (dApp) development community of the ecosystem. The team believes this is necessary for a decision on whether to send the upgrade to the Cardano testnet.

Cardano upgrade delayed due to bugs

In addition, the Cardano team will also ask the developer community for more time to retest their apps before upgrading. This network upgrade will increase the scaling capabilities of the Cardano network. Charles Hoskinson, the founder of Cardano and co-founder of Ethereum, is counted among the biggest proponents of cryptocurrencies.

He said last year that after El Salvador legalized bitcoin, some other countries could incorporate the largest cryptocurrency into their systems. He congratulated the cryptocurrency community, saying that El Salvador’s adoption of bitcoin reinforces the belief that people should be in control of their funds.

In a YouTube video about this new industry and his association with it, Hoskinson explained that he was involved with bitcoin about 10 years ago. Since then the industry has grown tremendously. Hoskinson, who was the founding chairman of the Education Committee of the Bitcoin Foundation, also started the Cryptocurrency Research Group. He is the Head of Research, Design, and Development for Cardano. He believes that the interest of youth in the use of cryptocurrencies can increase rapidly.

Sunil Kumar writes about smartphones and laptops for Gadgets 360 Tech News based out of Mumbai. He is Deputy Editor (Reviews) at Gadgets 360 Tech News. He has written frequently about the smartphone and PC industry and has an interest in photography as well.

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