With Alonzo Done, Cardano Sets For Massive Partnership after the release late Sunday evening. This update enables smart contract functionality on Cardano for the first time.
However, Opposition expressed doubt on whether that would be possible to launch and on time. Nonetheless, Cardano ecosystem see massive attention from investors.
For instance, Sidney Vollmer, the Head of Brand and Comms at the Cardano Foundation, tweeted about what to expect on the community, With Alonzo Done
Vollmer said that many things will be clear at the upcoming Cardano Summit. Additionally, He expresses confidence that it “will blow people’s mind.”
“Don’t really want to brag or anything but… some of the partnerships we’re announcing at the #CardanoSummit will blow people’s mind. Really grateful for the chances we at@CardanoStiftunghave to change the world for the better, and have fun together. Tune in.”
However, the crypto world is one full with hypes and baseless claims. Cardano is however one project that’s not guilty of those speculations.
The big question remains: who are these partners, and how can everyone benefit With Alonzo Done?
Cardano Partnerships Speculations
The Cardano Summit expects to take place soon. This means that all questions will receive answers soon and the details revealed.
The conference will start off next weekend on September 25-26, in a mix of both live and virtual events.
Meanwhile, the arrival of smart contracts, Cardano can now do anything Ethereum can do.
Cardanocrowd.com reveals there are 60 dApps available, including Space Budz NFTs, the Nami wallet, games, and a liquidity protocol called Liqwid Finance.
In a blog post, IOG’s Marketing Director, Tim Harrisons says it will take time for the ecosystem to fill out.
“Cardano watchers may be expecting a sophisticated ecosystem of consumer-ready DApps available immediately after the upgrade. Expectations need to be managed here.”
It took Ethereum two years from launching before its first smash hit dApp in CryptoKitties. As such, despite the hype and enthusias, there’s still a long way to go.