Gerard Moroney, Cardano ADA’s Project Manager made a statement recently about the progress of Project Goguen. For those who are unaware Project Goguen is an initiative to promote the benefits of smart contracts to the Cardano platform.
Gerard Moroney, project manager at IOHK, gives us the latest overview of Goguen, updates from the project and some initial feedback from the community. Watch the video and read the summary here: https://t.co/Pj6KZDruLY
— Cardano Foundation (@CardanoStiftung) June 5, 2018
Further, as for the platform itself, it has recently launched KEVM, a successful test net that provides users the opportunity to execute smart contracts together.
Those who use Goguen will find that it is able to deliver the capabilities of smart contracts to the Cardano computer layer. Before implanting this capability, the platform has conducted extensive research concerning sidechains, accounting, and multi-currency. Further, the blockchain for the computer layer is imperative, as it leads to an extensive, scalable, and effective technology.
Two of the most significant languages for the execution of smart contracts are Plutus and Marlowe. The languages also allow for the execution of IELE, a registered based virtual machine that.
According to Gerard, “Our deliver is not going to be only about the technology but also about the tools and education materials that will help you understand how to build great smart contracts.”
Those who are interested in learning about further developments may want to visit the Cardano website. Also can read more into the KEVN testnet progress being made.