Cardano Project Loses Nepotistic Foundation Chairman - Resolves Significant Internal Political Issues
November 14, 2018 2:56 PM Discuss Michael Parsons, Chairman of the Foundation Council of the Cardano Foundation, has resigned, ending a political deadlock that had been a major obstacle in the project's development for some time. The project hopes to be able to move forward more effectively from now on. Charles Hoskinson recently recorded a video statement to the Cardano community, explaining that the internal political struggles which had dogged the project's forward development for some time have now it seems been resolved. The Chairman of the Foundation Council of the Cardano Foundation, Michael Parsons, who had over the past 2 years devolved more and more powers to himself has resigned, allowing the project to return to the democratic ideals on which it was launched.
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Cardano [ADA] breaks down functions of Shelley Project | BCFocus
July 17, 2018 9:19 AM Discuss Allow to send web push notifications to your desktop. IOHK, the company behind Cardano [ADA], on Monday provided an update for the month of June on the much-awaited Shelley Project. Project manager Liz Bancroft-Turner discussed how the project has been broken down into smaller workstreams, which will help in achieving the main goal of the project the complete decentralization of Cardano. Crypto enthusiasts are eagerly waiting for the roll-out of the Shelley project because the technology behind it will not only become fully decentralized but will also become autonomous. Charles Hoskinson, Cardano's co-founder and CEO, confirmed that the Shelley update will be released before the end of April 2019, if not by the end of this year.
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