Cardano Foundation, the Swiss non-profit that promotes the growth of the Cardano protocol and contributes to the advancement and development of blockchain technology, has shared key updates and insights with Crowdfund Insider.
Frederik Gregaard, the CEO of the Foundation, has commented on his thoughts about the crypto and blockchain space in 2022 and predictions for the year ahead.
Frederik Gregaard, CEO of the Cardano Foundation, said:
“This year has reinforced my view that education is a core tenet we must champion across the blockchain sector. From my discussions with policy-makers across Europe and Singapore to talking to blockchain enthusiasts throughout the year, it became abundantly clear that reliable, accessible sources of education are limited in this field. Providing a wider audience with access to blockchain education for third generation blockchains, will engage a wider range of people and bring more distinct voices into the sector.”
He added that “as part of our commitment to education, the Cardano Foundation announced an accessible for all blockchain education course.”
Plus, earlier this year, they partnered with the University of Zurich in order “to conduct long-term scientific research on the economic functions of blockchain.”
He also mentioned:
“As an industry, it is imperative that we learn from the mistakes made over the past year, many of which can be traced back to a lack of genuine transparency, velocity, and accountability. Although I am excited to have seen the exponential growth in conversations around open source this year, in the year to come, more work needs to happen to shift the focus towards the complete suite of social structures and incentives embedded in open source technology.”
“I hope for the coming year to encourage and engage in open dialogue within our industry and beyond to solve these fundamental questions of trust, accountability, and understanding. The blockchain industry’s focus must be to reflect on how it can solve the most meaningful problems for society.”