- The first generation of blockchain was as simple as Bitcoin, which were just used as a purpose of trade.
- The Cardano Foundation, an independent body overseeing and supervising the development of Cardano, appointed Tamara Haasen, a Chief of Staff at Input Output HK based in Toronto, Canada.
- New talents are searched for and are brought to the council, who will in turn lay the guidelines for the technology.
With a world full of opportunities and advancements. Everything now has the next-generation and now if we talk about the blockchain, even it has its next generation, ‘The third generation.’ The first generation of blockchain was as simple as Bitcoin, which were just used as a purpose of trade.
Next one dealt with privacy matters and extended the functionality of the first generation. Examples of this generation are Ethereum and Neo. Now we have third-generation, Cardano, which outstands mostly all the rules and regulations which a blockchain 1.0 had. Its foundation has already been laid by The Cardano Foundation.
The Cardano Foundation, an independent body overseeing and supervising the development of Cardano, appointed Tamara Haasen, a Chief of Staff at Input Output HK based in Toronto, Canada, and Nicolás Javier Arqueros Rojas, a Chief Technology Officer at EMURGO based in New York, United States, as new Council Members for strengthening and diversifying it.
The latest recruitment tells us about the advancements and the responsibility which would be seen shortly for the technology in 2020.
Tamara and Nicolás join the existing Council – Nathan Kaiser, Chairperson, Manmeet Singh, Vice-Chairperson, and Domino Burki, Treasurer – to further strengthen the Foundation’s objectives.
Both of them have excellent education and have proven themselves to be worthy of being part of the council. Perhaps the only reason why they are the first woman to hold the position and first South American national to become a Council Member, is this.
Tamara has a Juris Doctor degree from the Bond University in Queensland (Australia) and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from the University of Toronto in Ontario (Canada). She is also a certified audio engineer and holds the knowledge of the theaters as well.
On the other hand, Nicolás has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Electronic Engineering with a minor in Business and Economics from the Federico Santa María Technical University in Valparaíso (Chile).
The appointments are a direct response to the Foundation’s priorities of timely and orderly transfer of full custody of Cardano next year, acquire additional expertise and skillset, and formalize and solidify structural relationships within the ecosystem, as well as maintain robust operational links between the three entities.
All this has been a result of better planning methodologies and for the development of better technology for the future. New talents are searched for and are brought to the council, who will, in turn, lay the guidelines for the technology.