As a matter of fact, Google asked Charles Hoskinson to come to a meeting where the two enterprises, Google and Cardano, discussed the potential of applying new technologies that would benefit both companies in equal measure.
Charles Hoskinson was invited to talk about Cardano and the future of cryptocurrencies at Google’s London Headquarters last month.
According to Hoskinson, more details about the topics debated during the meeting will roll out soon, but, in the meantime, the founder of Cardano (ADA) offered some clues, saying that he talked about the functionality of the ADA cryptocurrency, the features of the Cardano blockchain, and the superiority of the Ouroboros algorithm behind the Cardano project.
Cardano (ADA) and Google are discussing a possible partnership
The meeting was the perfect environment for cryptocurrency and FinTech enthusiasts to listen to Charles Hoskinson debating Cardano (ADA) and its future in the cryptocurrencies market. Many questions were asked during the meeting, but one, in particular, demanded an answer on how is Cardano (ADA) planning to overcome Ethereum. Charles Hoskinson said:
How many Java, C++ or Go developers are writing code on Ethereum? You can’t, Ethereum doesn’t support any of these languages. They can’t even run a single viral app on the platform (…) With Cardano, first off, we’re backward-compatible, 100%, we’re running an EVM.
Cardano (ADA) is currently the 8th in the cryptocurrencies market, scoring a market cap of about $4 billion. At the moment of this writing, ADA trades at $0.15, rising by about 8% in the last 24 hours.
The meeting between Charles Hoskinson and Google’s representatives was meant to give a signal that both Cardano (ADA) and Google are discussing a possible partnership that would benefit both companies equally.