The CEO of Input Output Global (IOG), Charles Hoskinson, who created the emerging smart contract platform, Cardano (ADA), has hinted at the community that the blockchain platform is on the cusp of adding support for web and mobile integration.
Cardano to Soon Support Web and Mobile Integration
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In the video update, the founder of Cardano described the new development as a notable milestone in the ecosystem.
Charles Hoskinson noted:
“The point of the application backend in the browser is to enable Plutus applications in the browser. That was a big milestone to see that team do it.”
Hoskinson further stated that there will be testing and optimization to make Plutus smart contracts compatible with the web.
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Cardano Launches Alonzo White
On 14th July, IOG announced the advancement of the Cardano blockchain from Alonzo Blue to Alonzo White, bringing the network closer to the era of smart contracts.
IOG team is now integrating the forked test network with Cardano’s smart contracts platform via application backend development.
In the update earlier mentioned, Hoskinson assured that the protocol will make light clients have sufficient data locally on a device for transactions verification without the need for the download of the entire blockchain.
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