On September 12th, 2021, Cardano successfully completed the final stage of its move to make the network compatible with smart contracts. The long-awaited Alonzo Hard Fork Combinator launch marked the beginning of a new era for Cardano. The developer behind the project, IOHK, took to Twitter to announce the successful upgrade.
The new upgrade has been successful so far, with over 50 smart contracts already deployed on the network, and counting. Alonzo’s Hard Fork Combinator (HFC) marks the end of the road for smart contracts capability. But also marks the beginning of a lot of work yet to be done. The community has so far welcomed the upgrade with open arms. Although one thing remains a problem, the price has not gone up in value. Why is this?
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