Charles Hoskinson News
Charles Hoskinson is a cryptocurrency enthusiast and entrepreneur. Besides this Charles Hoskinson is IOHK’s (aka Input Output) CEO. IOHK is a global engineering and technology company, providing financial services via the use of innovative peer-to-peer (p2p) networks for people who don’t have access to traditional banking. In addition, Charles Hoskinson’s bio also includes working as the CEO of the Ethereum Network from 2013 to 2014 and working as a director of the Bitcoin Education Project since 2013. Charles Hoskinson Cardano news is all about the partnership of IOHK and the Cardano platform/cryptocurrency. This could result in IOHK projects, developed and served Cardano, continuing until 2020. IOHK, it should be noted, also works with Ethereum Classic. Charles Hoskinson’s net worth is about $500-600 million and he is rated as one of the richest people in the crypto community.
Binance’s CEO Changpeng Zhao and Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin believe blockchain-based voting apps would significantly improve current voting systems.
CZ and Vitalik agree blockchain-based voting is a must
That being said, scaling decentralized e-voting systems is a complex task.
Future elections could be held on the Cardano blockchain, says Hoskinson
While Hoskinson is not a fan of "the Orange Goblin", he still does not appreciate unsolicited pro-Biden emails from paid service providers.
Charles Hoskinson calls for a different kind of apoliticism than Brian Armstrong
This inherent separation of power is all in accordance with Charles Hoskinson’s vision.
The Cardano Foundation will preserve its independence, says new CEO
This little project is expected to manage $70 million worth of ADA annually.
Charles Hoskinson’s treasury concept is about to get its first real-world test drive with ‘Project Catalyst’
Game theory suggests ways for Ethereum Classic to deter double-spend assaults, say MIT researchers.
Fight fire with fire: MIT scholar suggests ETC counters 51% attacks
Will Cardano rely on its oracles or integrate Chainlink's?
A new Cardano-based project is handling oracles a lot differently than Chainlink