Charles Hoskinson Talks About How Rust Could Expand The Reach Of Cardano (ADA) Blockchain

The blockchain space is one of the most competitive industries in the world, and only blockchain projects with much developments and partnerships around them tend to trend in the blockchain space. As a result, a lot of blockchain projects in the crypto space have been working hard to make sure their blockchain projects and digital currencies remain relevant in the crypto space.

One of the most competitive digital currency in the crypto space is Cardano (ADA), and the founder, as well as the Foundation of the digital currency, have been thriving to promote the digital currency.

Cardano’s First Open Source Project – Rust

Recently, Charles Hoskinson – the founder of Cardano (ADA) – talked about the anniversary of the blockchain project and the new open source project of the blockchain – Rust. According to Hoskinson, Rust is the first open source project of the blockchain and it’s aimed at expanding the reach of the underlying technology of Cardano (ADA). The blockchain project wants to use this open source project to expand its base of third-party developers.

Cardano (ADA) recently marked its one year anniversary, and with Rust, the Foundation wants to open up the blockchain project to the vast community of Rust developers that are less exposed to Haskell or with no coding ability.

Cardano (ADA) Price Increased By 4x in One Year

Cardano (ADA) was launched on 1st of October 2017, and the blockchain project recently marked its one year anniversary. The digital currency started trading a year ago, and its value when the project was launched is $0.0217. However, the digital currency has increased by more than 4 times since its launch.

Cardano (ADA) Price Today – ADA / USD

Name Price24H (%)
Cardano (ADA)
$0.030780
1.68%

At the time of writing, Cardano (ADA) is ranked 9th on the list of top digital currencies in the market with a market cap of $2.11 billion and a trading volume of $0.0816.

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