$ADA: How Cardano Is Being Scaled in 2022
On Friday (January 14), Tim Harrison, Marketing and Communications Director at Input Output Global (IOG), the blockchain technology firm developing the Cardano protocol, talked about his firm’s focus on performance optimization and scaling for the popular L1 blockchain.
In an IOG blog post published on January 14, Harrison started by by saying that as Cardano enters the Basho era, IOG is “investing further energy into optimization and scaling.
He went on to say that “parameter adjustments, improvements, enhancements and other innovations will all play their part in steadily increasing Cardano’s capacity & throughput during 2022.”
First, Harrison looked at various on-chain optimization and scaling solutions:
Second, IOG’s Marketing and Communications Director highlighted several potential off-chain optimization and scaling solutions:
It is worth noting that the IOG’s blog post was published just one day before SundaeSwap labs announced that the highly popular Cardano-powered decentralized exchange (DEX) would have its beta version launch on the Cardano mainnet on January 20:
Later that day, Patrick Tobler (@Padierfind on Twitter), the computer scientist from Stuttgart, Germany, who is the operator behind Cardano stake pool “Pool of Babel“, as well as the co-creator of a super easy tool for creating your own non-fungible tokens (NFTs) on Cardano, shared his thought about SundaeSwap’s upcoming mainnet launch.
Tobler went on to say:
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