The Cardano network is heading for its next hard fork. Chief developer Charles Hoskinson explains which improvements “Vasil” should bring.
- Cardano is moving towards its next hard fork in leaps and bounds.
- “Vasil” is scheduled to be implemented in June and, according to Charles Hoskinson, will bring a “massive performance improvement to Cardano.”
- The IOHK CEO and lead developer explained in a video that the hard fork would integrate several scaling solutions that include “pipelining, new Plutus CIPs, UTXO on-disk storage and Hydra.”
- “Combined with parameter adjustments, these features will increase Cardano’s throughput and optimize the system to accommodate a growing number of decentralized financial applications (DeFi), smart contracts and DEXs,” Hoskinson said.
- In addition, he said, the development team is working on new features such as a DApp store and bridges that can be used to transfer tokens to sidechains.
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