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There are all kinds of optimistic price predictions for important projects these days, amidst the market recovery. Now, at the moment of writing this article, the most important coins are trading in the green.

Cardano prediciotns for 2022

According to the latest reports, Cardano (ADA) developers say they’re focusing on improving the smart contract platform’s performance optimization and scalability in 2022.

In a new blog post, Input Output Hong Kong (IOHK) marketing and communications director Tim Harrison has an important message to send to the Cardano holders.

He told them to expect powerful improvements and enhancements to ADA through upgrades over the coming year.

“Throughout the coming weeks and months, we will be optimizing, scaling and bringing new features through new release deployments.”

He continued and said this:

“We will do this in well-defined incremental updates that groups new features for our technology stack into more manageable periodic releases. We’re now in the very final stages of preparing our February release, the first of three major code drops (June and October will follow) upgrading the core network in 2022.”

Harrison also explained the fact that the main focus of many of the upgrades will be improving the Cardano ecosystem’s “delivery predictability.”

“This grouping strategy has one clear rationale: predictability. Cardano has grown significantly, and it’s expected to grow even more as 2022 goes on. By creating specific release windows, companies that rely on Cardano’s infrastructure know exactly when major releases are coming, so they can prepare accordingly.”

Cardano launches lending test platform in Africa

The other day, we were revealing that Cardano developers are testing an enterprise lending program in Africa and aim to have a working product ready for rollout soon.

Input-Output Hong Kong (IOHK) African Operations director John O’Connor explained recently that the first loans on Cardano’s “RealFi” system were issued over the weekend.

“First loans to Kenyan [small and medium-sized enterprises] went out over the weekend.”

Stay tuned for more news.


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