Calling all Cardano users! Are you interested in learning more about all of the Cardano projects you can get involved with, but are unsure where to find them? If you answered yes to this question, read on as we highlight the Top 5 Cardano Projects that You Need to Know About.
The Cardano roadmap summarizes Cardano’s development, which has been organized into five eras: Byron, Shelley, Goguen, Basho, and Voltaire. Each era is centered around a set of functionalities that will be delivered across multiple code releases.
While the eras of Cardano will be delivered sequentially, the work for each happens in parallel, with research, prototyping, and development often in progress at once across the different development streams.
Each era’s work is gathered and presented on its dedicated page, representing years of effort. On these pages, you will find an overview of the goals of the era and descriptions of the core functional components, links to associated academic research, status updates, and real-time code commits.
The Cardano testnet gives stake pool operators, smart contract developers, and commercial partners the opportunity to actively test core Cardano functionality before deploying on mainnet. This includes stake pool operation, native tokens, metadata, smart contract testing, and DeFi cost estimation.
Daedalus is a full node wallet, meaning it downloads a full copy of the Cardano Blockchain and independently validates every transaction in its history. This way you get maximum security and trustless operation, without centrally hosted third party servers. Daedalus allows you to manage any number of wallets with its hierarchical deterministic (HD) wallet implementation, giving you more control over how your funds are organized.
Additionally, you are able to utilize the back-up and restoration features to recover your funds, if necessary. Daedalus is supported by all major desktop operating systems. It runs on Windows, macOS, and Linux. Daedalus is built with web technologies on top of Electron, a battle-proven open-source platform for writing cross-platform desktop applications.
The Cardano Blockchain Explorer is a useful tool that can be used to check the transaction history that has taken place on the Cardano Blockchain.
This code commit tracker for the Cardano (ADA) project aggregates commits within the last 7 days from all branches of select git repos into a list.
Now that you know the Top 5 Cardano projects, you must decide which one works best for you!
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