Slow and steady, but Cardano's Shelley was built diligently and systematically

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Charles Hoskinson discussed the effort that went into building Shelley, the upcoming staking era of the Cardano blockchain.

We're talking, of course, about Shelley, and Cardano's notoriously slow development process.

According to its creator Charles Hoskinson, Cardano is a blockchain that's meant to be used in the decades to come.

In an interview with Lark Davis, the host of The Crypto Lark YouTube channel, Hoskinson discussed why the years of diligent and systematic research that went into Shelley turned out to be more efficient than anybody originally thought it would be.

While one of the teams was working on Shelley parallel to Byron, the other was taking up a more ambitious load by working on a Haskell-based Shelley that would be the end all be all version of the protocol.

The work being done both by IOHK and the Cardano community is doing a rather good job shining a light on what makes Cardano stand out from its "Competitors"-the fact that it's not competing with anyone.

Another important thing that sets Cardano apart is IOHK's effort to prevent a cult of personality from forming around the project.

With its work on Cardano, IOHK, the Cardano Foundation, and Emurgo are all trying to create a level playing field for everyone.

You might also enjoy... Charles Hoskinson discusses Shelley, trolls, and a 1000 tx/s future for Cardano.

While the first wave of pioneers is testing Shelley, Hoskinson took to YouTube to answer community questions, touching on topics such as incessant trolls, roadmap deadlines, and handling a future Cardano that could process thousands of transactions every second.