- Cardano is set to change its roadmap after the IOHK Summit that will be held in Miami on Apr. 17-18.
- The new roadmap will be updated in accordance with a forthcoming keynote speech of IOHK CEO Charles Hoskinson.
According to a statement by IOHK, Cardano is set to change its roadmap after the IOHK Summit that will be held in Miami on Apr. 17-18. The full statement says:
“The Cardano roadmap is changing. We will be launching an exciting new roadmap which showcases the Cardano 2020 vision after the IOHK Summit, which will be taking place on April 17-18. CEO Charles Hoskinson will outline this vision in his keynote speech and the roadmap will be relaunched with a renewed focus on this milestone. For the time being, we will be removing the timer on the roadmap page as well as publishing intermittent updates about important software releases.”
Hoskinson is going to air his views on the Cardano 2020 vision. Many investors are worried because Cardano is fully funded only until 2020 and IOHK is yet to deliver on many promises. However, Hoskinson has stated that IOHK’s Bitcoin holdings will take care of the funding.
The April 17-18 IOHK Summit will have industry experts from all over the world who will be able to collaborate and leverage their experience. It will feature workshops, live interviews, and, the keynote by Hoskinson.
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