With the release of a new book aimed at assisting those just joining the network, Cardano is stepping up its adoption campaign.
Cardano doesn’t seem to be losing his motivation anytime soon. Cardano has just announced the release of a user guide for newcomers shortly after news broke of the Vassil upgrade, which should completely revamp the network. The Cardano IOHK department tweeted the launch and access rules for the token.
“Cardano For the Masses: A Financial Operating System for People Who Don’t Have One” is the book by John Greene.
In other words, without getting too technical, this book is meant to introduce newcomers to the inner workings of the Cardano network. The average newcomer who needs a quick catch-up to join and comprehend the Cardano community is the target audience.
Facts Worth Knowing About The Cardano
Some people might find the Cardano odd, but it was developed with a serious mathematical focus. A well-known mathematician by the name of Gerolamo Cardano, the system bears his name. Gerolamo is credited with having contributed significantly to the development of complex algebra and other mathematical techniques that are now used to address various computing-related problems.
The native cryptocurrency utilized by the Cardano network is called ADA. To address the problems of Scalability, Interoperability, and Sustainability of a blockchain system, both the crypto and the blockchain network use mathematical computations. In fact, Cardano’s development teams have won praise as some of the best in the business.
The Book: Who Needs It?
The book, which is available on Amazon Kindle, is referred to as one that introduces Cardano without completely throwing the reader into the deep end. There’s no need for too many technical details that could befuddle a novice. Instead, by emphasizing a thorough overview of the system and the community with straightforward explanations and quotes from the project’s creator, Charles Hoskinson, the book aims to facilitate a gentle introduction of the reader to Cardano.