Hodler’s Digest, Sept. 12-18 By Cointelegraph
launches smart contracts after successful hard fork
After years of anticipation, Charles Hoskinsons brainchild, Cardano, finally launched its smart contract functionality via the Alonzo hard fork on Monday. Youd think the result of this would be some bullish price action for ADA but, alas, its price dropped 10% following the rollout.
Cardano wanted to be proud of this milestone but also stressed in a post that it is still very early stages and that there are many more steps ahead.
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