Cardano is talking about the ways in which the blockchain and help the unbanked and more. Check out one relevant post that they shared on their Twitter account.
With over 1.7B people globally lacking access to #banking infrastructure – #blockchain can help increase financial inclusion. Read our latest blog post on how #Cardano can fast track financial access in emerging economies https://t.co/R0vBQg2TiR
— Cardano Foundation (@CardanoStiftung) January 6, 2021
A follower said: “Hopefully, Cardano won’t be left behind as other projects read your scientific peer-reviewed papers and are positioned to develop and implement at a rapid rate.”
Cardano began their official post by saying: “As blockchain technology supporters, we often get excited about the potential for financial and social disruption through decentralization. From democratizing access to identity solutions, to providing access to capital through decentralized finance (DeFi), we regularly look for ways that blockchain can transform our daily lives.”
The notes continue and say: “But against the backdrop of a wider rapidly-moving technology industry, it can be difficult to see where the impact of decentralization will be felt most significantly. It’s crucial to identify who needs the benefits of decentralized infrastructure here and now—as these markets could come to define blockchain adoption in the 2020s.”
We suggest that you check out the complete post in order to learn all the available details.
All in all, Cardano talks about laying the foundations for inclusion before disruption.
Cardano in the news
Cardano kicks in 2021 with great news. IOHK dropped an important announcement on social media, and you can check it out below.
NEW YEAR'S DAEDALUS: Fresh today, Daedalus 3.1.0 delivers support for the upcoming ‘Cardano app for Ledger’ device functionality, required for ongoing use of #Daedalus with @Ledger hardware wallets @Cardano #ADA 1/3 pic.twitter.com/WpDKyFN6rU
— Input Output (@InputOutputHK) January 5, 2021