Cardano will partner with Wolfram Blockchain Labs in order to create a new type of Oracle and to integrate Cardano’s blockchain into Wolfram Alpha. According to the announcement of the company, the collaboration will allow the users to interact with the blockchain and will include new types of oracles so let’s find out more in today’s Cardano ADA news.
The Cardano blockchain got a huge new case that is set to further boost IOHK’s push to make the Cardano the perfect platform for enterprises. According to the latest announcement, Cardano will partner with Wolfram Alpha which is a huge computational engine that will integrate the data from the ADA blockchain. The partnership will happen through Wolfram Blockchain Labs which is a subsidiary of Wolfram Research.
The partnership will allow the users to learn more about the Cardano blockchain through the Wolfram language functions which will enable developers to integrate external data into the ADA blockchain as the company explained, adding that the partnership will mainly focus on creating a new type of “avant-garde” oracles. IOHK explained that the functionality will roll out in 2021 while the interrogation will be released later in the year but no concrete dates given for the phases. While Cardano is the first blockchain integrated with the computational technology of Wolfram and also the knowledge base so the partnership represents a huge step for the enterprise-focused blockchain.
Wolfram Alpha is a natural language processing tool that already powers Apple’s Siri and Amazon’s Alexa. Wolfram integrated with ETH and BTC as well as the ARK blockchain framework. Aside from developing a smart-contract based app for blockchain commerce, the partnership will include Cardano-centered content in the course materials of Wolfram Blockchain Labs. This will also allow developers from all kinds of backgrounds to learn more about how to get the most out of these tools offered by Wolfram and the oracles for Cardano.
As recently reported, The future Goguen update of the protocol for Cardano will bring a small technical change that will change the way the protocol works. IOHK said that the next protocol upgrade will be deployed on the mainnet and will involve token locking. The new development called Allegra will happen alongside the integration of the metadata on the network and will represent a huge step ahead for Goguen. The token locking feature is a small technical change to the consensus protocol overall and will have a strong impact on the platform as it will prepare it for smart contracts and the creation of native assets on the blockchain.
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