With Alonzo Purple, Cardano (ADA) launches a public testnet for smart contracts

Cardano continues to make progress in the area of smart contracts. Last month, the Alonzo White Hard Fork was released, and it works perfectly. This brought the network one step closer to adopting smart contracts for the general public. In keeping with this strategy, the Cardano network has now made the public testate for smart contracts available.


The creator of Cardano, IOHK, announced the change on Twitter. According to the 12-part Twitter thread, Alonzo Purple had been successfully spun up. The user onboarding procedure has started after that. This is the section that will connect Cardano users to the smart contract network.

Moving Forward in the Right Direction

The project's developer stated that the same testers who worked on the Alonzo Blue and White phases would be used again. Alonzo Purple, on the other hand, will be the first Cardano testnet to fully enable smart contracts.

The ultimate goal of the network improvement is smart contracts. Cardano would become Ethereum's most serious competitor. Cardano would become a formidable contender in the DeFi area as a result.

Any developers who are interested in the project can use the testnet, which is hosted by IOHK. It will hard fork the network and provide these developers access to the Alonzo Purple testate.

Cardano (ADA) Smart Contracts are on track.

According to the crew, the project is still on schedule. This indicates that the network is on the verge of acquiring this capacity. The team, on the other hand, still has a lot of work to do.

The connector for DApps integration is one of the important advancements made on the way to smart contracts. Developers would be able to create DApp solutions and services on the network using this connector. In order to increase network adoption over the world. Providing a link between users and decentralized blockchain apps.

On the network, the integrator will make it easier to buy and sell tokens. Validation of users as owners of specified assets is also possible. This would allow things like NFTs to be bought and sold over the network.

The community continues to back the network wholeheartedly. Over 70% of Cardano's (ADA) circulating supply has now been staked ahead of the launch of smart contracts. Cardano's native cryptocurrency, ADA, has seen great growth recently, with a price gain of 15.26% in the last 24 hours.

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