Cardano (ADA) research manager meets with Brazil representatives

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Cardano is one of the top crypto assets in the market today. With its visionary team, it has become robust in creating projects that not only benefit its blockchain but the world.

Its CEO, Charles Hoskinson, also the founder of IOHK, has also been focused on making sure Cardano’s utility spreads across countries. It is important to know that IOHK, the team that has developed Cardano’s blockchain was created in 2015.

IOHK is a reputable digital company that is poised in making use of peer-to-peer innovations to provide financial services to more than 3 billion people that don’t really have access to them.

As part of the plans by the Cardano’s team to provide great innovations for providing financial services to people worldwide, and empower countries across the world, Cardano’s research manager, Mario Larangiera, met with Mario Borges, the President of the Brazilian National Council for Scientific and Technological Development (CNPq) in the Brazilian Embassy in Tokyo, in Japan, to talk about the future of Brazil.

Mario Larangiera tweeted on his Twitter page:

Meeting with Mario Borges the president of the Brazilian National Council for Scientific and Technological Development (CNDq) in the Brazilian Embassy in Tokyo. In Japan but thinking about the future of Brazil.”

Moving forward, it is important to note that Cardano is poised in making great systems for financial services of the world, and it is taking a wise approach with its collaborations. About two months ago, Cardano visited Africa and partnered with the government of Ethiopia to create a training center and employ talents in the country to be part of Cardano.

Cardano’s potential partnership with Brazil has lots of reasons: Cardano is aiming to offer training and rewards to local developers in Brazil and also foster scientific and technological development in the country. Countries like Brazil have the potential to have high demands for blockchain applications in the future, and hence, Cardano’s partnership with Brazil will also help to foster the development of blockchain in the country.

Cardano (ADA) Shelley Project Update

In a recent video released on Tuesday, Liz Bancroft Turner, a member of Cardano’s Science and Engineering team, gave more insights on Cardano’s recent project: Shelley. She also talked on the review plan used to track the Shelley Project’s success. Liz stated that this Cardano project is highly decentralized and self-governing. Turner states,

For incentives, this is about encouraging stakeholders to follow the protocol and assure that the system runs smoothly for delegation this is about allowing users to hand over their right to sign blocks to a third party and for networking it’s about enabling the infrastructure to support decentralization”

Also in the clip, she stated that there are 3 aspects (tests) of the project which are, test management, test strategy, and test execution strategy.

Turner further emphasized that the test strategy would come on how several tests will be carried on the project; it will include when these testing will begin and end, too. On the other hand, the test execution strategy would give more details concerning the tests and how they will be accomplished.

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