Cardano has been making headlines a lot lately due to the project’s achievements. But it seems that its Vasil hard fork has been delayed. Check out the latest reports below.
Cardano’s hard fork is delayed
The much-anticipated Vasil hard fork for Cardano (ADA) has been delayed for several weeks as the smart contract platform sees green price action.
In a new video update released by Cardano developer Input Output Hong Kong (IOHK), the firm’s technical manager Kevin Hammond stated the fact that the upgrade has been pushed back to ensure a smooth transition.
“From where we are, there could be a few more weeks before we go to the actual Vasil hard fork… It’s incredibly important [that] all the users have to be ready to progress through the hard fork to make sure [it’s a] smooth process both for them, and more importantly, for the end users of the Cardano blockchain.”
The Vasil hard fork, which was originally slated to be released on June 29th, has the main target of improving the scalability of the Cardano blockchain.
Hammond also stated that IOHK is following its normal protocol when it comes to developing upgrades and that the company will stay in close communication with Cardano’s users in regards to Vasil.
At the end of July, the crypto firm Santiment addressed the continued growth of decentralized blockchain platform Cardano (ADA). The project outpaced several key competitors.
It’s been also revealed that a new post says the data aggregator showcases Cardano’s following features:
“impressive number of GitHub repositories compared to lower numbers from layer-1 developer tool Flow (FLOW), cross-chain interoperability protocol Polkadot (DOT), and its affiliated testnet Kusama (KSM), as well as leading smart contract platform Ethereum (ETH).”
Stay tuned for more news from the crypto space, and keep your eyes on the market.