Cardano Creator: The Collapse of Terra (LUNA) Has Caused a Change in Cardano’s Vasil Upgrade

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Charles Hoskinson, the creator of Cardano, the world’s largest proof-of-stake (PoS) blockchain, recently revealed that the historic collapse of Terra (LUNA) is currently causing a shift in Cardano’s (ADA) development.

Hoskinson stated in a recent video that the notable crash of the Terra blockchain’s algorithmic stablecoin TerraUSD (UST) had prompted Cardano developers to be more cautious when implementing the Vasil hard fork.

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Charles Hoskinson noted:

“Our engineers are deep in the weeds right now and working real hard on Vasil. A massive amount to do, a huge amount of testing to do.

“After the collapse of LUNA, we decided to add an additional test harness to what we’re doing and think really carefully about some things. It’s taking a bit more time but we figured that the abundance of caution is well rewarded these days.”

It should be noted that the Vasil hard fork is an upgrade designed to improve the scalability of the Cardano network and the functionality of Plutus, Cardano’s smart contract platform. The Vasil hard fork combinator event is scheduled for late June.

On the Recent Crypto Bill

Hoskinson also commented on Senators Cynthia Lummis and Kirsten Gillibrand’s recently introduced crypto regulation bill, which seeks to provide regulatory clarity for digital assets, tax crypto assets responsibly, and protect consumers.

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Hoskinson stated, “Frankly this is a massive step forward. It’s an example of where Washington actually did listen to the industry. And engaged with people. And it didn’t bias it towards one crazy standard or another and a lobbyist hasn’t gotten hold of it and turned it into some toxic monster that only benefits one actor over another…

“My hope is over the next 12-24 months if we all work together we can finally get something passed and then it’s done. We actually have a foundation of regulation that’s not intrusive and allows us to innovate as an industry.”