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Cardano To Roll Out Midnight, A Data Protection-based Blockchain For Developers And Humanity

In a recent development shared via the IOG CEO, Charles Hoskinson, unveiled a new Cardano project named Midnight, a data protection-based blockchain created for developers and humanity.

Charles Hoskinson revealed the update about the Midnight at the project known as the ongoing Cardano IO ScotFest: The Age of Voltaire.

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Facts About Midnight

It is a data protection-based blockchain that helps protect confidential personal and commercial data. The fundamental freedom of individuals, developers, and firms will be protected by safeguarding sensitive commercial and personal data.

The excerpt of the blog post read; “Midnight will enable developers to quickly build and deploy data protection-first DApps using many programming languages, starting with Typescript, whilst companies will be able to share mission-critical information without the fear of leaks or censorship,” 

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Furthermore, the IOHK noted is currently being developed and promised to share more details about the project as its development progresses.

People across the globe can share their confidential information with the world after the official rollout of the Midnight.

Cardano Teams Work To Make Cardano Better

The Cardano is popular for protecting the goodwill of the users and also the team behind the chain has been working ceaselessly to make sure that everything worked upon on Cardano is for the better lives of the users. The recently released Vasil Hard Fork was to promote the scalability of the Cardano network and also influence its security.

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