Interested in knowing more about the software stack that runs Cardano?
Well you are in luck! Over at the IOG* Blog Niamh Ahern has put together a post explaining the different components. It’s well written and makes it easy to get a better understanding of how the network layer, node, wallet and command line interface all interact to deliver the Cardano system.
All of these components will be upgraded as we head into the Alonzo era and Smart contracts. Rest assured that when the time comes we will make sure that the transition here at ADAvault is as seamless as the last 10 upgrades, with zero downtime affecting block production.
*Input Output Group (IOG) are the development entity for Cardano. The 2 other entities are Emurgo, responsible to promote and assist commercial products built on Cardano, and the Cardano Foundation who are the not for profit custodian of the open source intellectual property.