Charles on different initiatives and interoperability




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13 COMMENTS

  1. I liked his example of monetising behaviour around air quality. A nice example of how Cardano and Atala can work together and also support totally new ways to tackle issues. IoT, off and on chain all working together.

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    CH is a great problem solver and deep thinker. He’s seeing the ‘art of the possible’ with this technology and putting huge effort into helping others see it too.

  2. Charles is putting in work and building relationships. This is good for the Cardano ecosystem. Lots more to come.. this will be a long hold.

  3. Some people don’t understand something. Cardano is a team of people not only CH. If CH wants work with another project he can do it but it dosen’t mean Cardano is dead

  4. Cardano is aiming to be a global financial system right? Ethiopia and Mongolia are just a startingpoint cause these are the countries that need it the most right now. Or will Cardano specifically be active in these kind of countries.

  5. Interoperability is one of the things that made me initially excited about Cardano from the moment Charles mentioned it in his whiteboard video so I’m so excited to see it materialising now with all these announcements. Amazingly, what Charles was talking about regarding the sensor project for Ulaanbataar is exactly what I studied for my dissertation project – can’t wait to see what comes out of that project

  6. Is it just me who thinks using a blockchain to monitor air quality is a completely unnecessary application of the technology? I don’t mean to be a negative nelly but low powered sensor networks even in areas with poor infrastructure are very available, cheap and cost effective. And the data management of such networks is not all that wanting of blockchain as a solution on any level. Is there a conspiracy amongst Mongolians to influence air quality readings that makes the provable auditability aspect of particular importance? I can’t see how.

    I like that there is an attempt to branch out into the IoT space but it’s a bit of a wanting example is all I’m saying. Focusing of the unbanked and machines-to-machined transactions that involve the production and consumption of some service would seem more important for cardano.

    All that being said. I do definitely appreciate the nobility of CHs endeavours to at least apply the tech to better society in what ever way he can.

  7. Where’s all the people who complained about Atala and said it has no relevance to Cardano? And that is only one use case.. Now can we stop and start focusing on the important shit. No good our CEO having to continuously make videos to explain one simple but impressive feature of the ecosystem.

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