Who is behind Cardano? Which company is in charge of the development and implementation of the project? And who promotes cryptocurrency to businesses? Here are all the useful references for a 360 degree knowledge.
For the Cardano (ADA) project, which is very similar to that of Ethereum (ETH), the future objectives are to seek a balance between privacy, decentralization and regulation so that private investors and those linked to public and private companies , associations and institutions, have the opportunity to fully exploit the benefits.
Who is behind Cardano
This is what, among other things, reports ethereumworldnews.com in reminding that behind Cardano (ADA) there is not only the homonymous Foundation that, based in Switzerland, promotes and monitors the development of the project, but also IOHK and Emurgo.
As for the Cardano Foundation, the President is Michael Parsons, Tom Kelly is the marketing & community manager, Robert McDowall is the special advisor, Steve Wagendorp is the delivery assurance manager, while Juliette Adelfang is the project administrator.
IOHK in charge of the development of the Cardano project
The IOHK, founded in 2015 by Charles Hoskinson and Jeremy Wood, is the company with which a contract was signed for the implementation and development of the project.
Emurgo, the blockchain at the service of companies
Emurgo is instead the project that aims to develop, support and encourage commercial companies that want to revolutionize their business using Cardano’s blockchain technology.
Cardano numbers on the cryptocurrency market
Thanks to the projects and objectives described above, Cardano, with 8.8 billion dollars, is currently the sixth most capitalized virtual currency in accordance with the real-time data provided by worldcoinindex.com. The quotation is currently equal to $ 0.28 compared to a historical maximum of $ 1.12 on January 4, 2018.
Where to buy ADA
You can buy, sell or trade Ada through digital currency exchanges. Here is a list of exchanges that currently list Ada: Bittrex, Binance, Bitmex, Upbit, HitBTC and Coinnest. Many more will be added over the coming months. Future exchange partnerships will be announced via our social media channels.
Ada will also be available at a network of ATM machines in Japan. Starting with five locations, the network is planned to grow to about 25 ATMs within a year of Ada’s launch. A list of ATM locations will be added here as they become operational.