There is no stopping and relaxation for Charles Hoskinson – the creator Cardano (ADA). After directly inviting Justin Sun – creator of TRON TRX to team up and help his team create the best blockchain tech they want, Mr. Hoskinson went to meet with Google for a possible collaboration.
Cardano – Google
Charles Hoskinson received and accepted an invitation by Google to put on table various technological advancements that would help both enterprises. Details of the meeting will be made soon enough public for the crypto-community, according to Mr. Hoskinson. The CEO of IOHK, presented a basic introduction and functionality of this virtual currency. He also mentioned about the algorithm followed by Cardano [ADA] known as Ouroboros.
.@IOHK_Charles was invited to talk about Cardano and the future of cryptocurrencies at Google’s London Headquarters last month. Read @InputOutputHK ‘s blog post on the visit here: https://t.co/BsouiOWGf5
— Cardano Community (@cardanocom) June 28, 2018
He also added that they are looking into all flaws that their current to-be launched test network for experiments is having and that they will be rightfully directed. The conference explicitly sends out the message to the world about the future collaboration between Google and Cardano [ADA].
In Google’s London office many crypto&tech enthusiasts listened to Charles Hoskinson who was talking about the future of crypto and Cardano. Many questions were dropped on this explaining meeting. A questioner, demanded to know how Cardano plans to outrun Ethereum, going by the latter’s deep-rooted advantage in the blockchain world. The CEO replied:
“So how many Java, C++ or Go developers are writing code on Ethereum? You can’t, Ethereum doesn’t support any of these languages. They can’t even run a single viral app on the platform. If you look at the top 10 languages, none of them works on the system, so, by definition, all those developers aren’t developing for the system, they have to go and learn new tools and new stuff. With Cardano, first off, we’re backward-compatible, 100%, we’re running an EVM.”