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Cardano Forest

A new initiative to plant a Cardano Forest has been launched by the Cardano Foundation in conjunction with the Climate Neutral Cardano Group (we are part of the founding cohort of stake pools), which has a goal to plant a million trees. It’s only been launched for a day and as of writing has already…

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Climate Neutral Cardano

ADAvault have recently joined the Climate Neutral Cardano Group. We’ve been using renewable energy since the pool was founded at the start of Shelley in Epoch 208. But recently we increased that commitment to 100% Carbon Neutral. This commitment means our power provider also offsets the carbon costs to manufacture and maintain the renewable generation…

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Cardano Node Security Monitoring

Modern security practices require a balanced focus between prevention, detection and response capabilities. Implementing Cardano Node on Linux gives a secure base to start, with some basic things that should be in place to lock down access for relays and block producing nodes: Set a strong password for user accounts. Only allow SSH authentication by…

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October Mid Month Update

Title says it all. Embedded for your perusal below…the code forges continue to burn brightly.

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Cardano- robust, resilient, flexible

A recent blog post from Kevin Hammond (who we were pleased to meet at the Cardano 2021 Summit in London) has just been published that looks at Cardano’s networking and consensus architecture. That is to say how the blockchain propagates transactions and reaches agreement on how they will be included. It explores the trade-offs that…

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Project Catalyst Fund 6

We need to own up. We’ve been a bit slow on Catalyst, and while we looked into it back in Fund 2, we hadn’t actually got round to voting until Fund 6 which is the current round. We finally got round to voting because of an interesting discussion at the Cardano Summit with one of…

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Harvard interview with IOHK

Authoritarian, totalitarian regimes that hate freedom, hate cryptocurrencies. It’s just that simple. These technologies are fundamentally incompatible… https://hir.harvard.edu/charles-hoskinson-3/ Harvard International Review (successor publication to Harvard Business Review) have published a series of interviews with Charles and Joel Telpner, Chief Legal Officer at Input Output Hong Kong. It ranges far and wide and is a good…

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Greyscale, WSJ and Oasis Pro Markets

A few nice items caught our eye recently, all positive on Cardano. It seems as though the developments shared at the 2021 Summit are starting to make it into the awareness of the wider news outlets. First up a GreyScale report “An introduction to Cardano“. You may remember that Greyscale recently invested in Cardano, opening…