Vasil hard fork testnet proposal submitted by IOHK: Mainnet Hardfork countdown starts


Finally, the proposal for the most important hard fork in the Cardano Blockchain has been submitted by the developer team of Cardano blockchain.

Cardano is an 8th-ranked crypto project. Right now this project is competing other leading crypto projects because of its highly fast Proof-of-stake network. Charles Hoskinson is the founder of Cardano blockchain and he is one of the co-founders of Ethereum blockchain till 2014. Initially, Cardano entered the crypto industry with the concept of making blockchain technology a leading option to choose at the commercial level. 

IOHK, the developer team of Cardano, announced that the proposal of Vasil Hardfork for the Cardano testnet blockchain has been submitted and the countdown for the mainnet upgrade has been started.

From 3 July al the apps in Cardano testnet blockchain ecosystem will be able to test and enjoy the enhanced features. 

Team also explained that Vasil Hardfork on the mainnet will introduce better efficiency in the Cardano network in terms of scalability and performance. 

“Vasil improvements include higher throughput through diffusion pipelining to a better developer experience via much-improved script performance & efficiency (plus lower costs). It is #Cardano’s biggest and best upgrade to date.”

Cardano Vasil Hardfork against Solana protocol

After the introduction of Vasil Hardfork on Cardano mainnet blockchain, IOHK will be able to introduce Hydra protocol to allow the Cardano Blockchain to facilitate high-scale transactions more likely to Solana protocol. 

The final development work in the hydra protocol with Cardano will allow the Cardano network to facilitate 1 million transactions per second, which is 10 times higher scalability than Solana’s Proof-of-history protocol.

Cardano founder Hoskinson aims to make Cardano a highly decentralized and high scalable blockchain by the end of this year in the crypto industry. Hoskinson claimed that the Cardano network will always remain decentralized and better than Solana’s less decentralized Proof-of-history protocol. 

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