Nothing came up for
Today September 26
Price $0.25

Cardano (17)

There is no sin but ignorance – Christopher Marlowe

The Cardano blockchain is written in the famed and feared programming language, Haskell. Haskell is the basis of both Cardano programming languages, Plutus and Marlowe. Plutus is the general purpose programming language for all manner of smart contracts on Cardano. Marlowe is a simpler programming language specifically for writing financial smart contracts. A language like Marlowe that is specialized for one focused use is called a “Domain Specific Language,” or DSL. Rather than being aimed at computer developers generally, Marlowe’s target audience is financial professionals who can leverage their domain expertise to be able to create and manage smart contracts, without necessarily needing to be a developer, or hire one.

Sweet Helen, make me immortal with a kiss


Min Fee B

Cardano Network Parameters Part 10

Max Epoch

Cardano Network Parameters Part 9

Epoch No

Cardano Network Parameters Part 4

Let's Take a Moment to Lido:

Blocks, Tokens, & Other News

A Focus on Cardano Staking Part II

LIDO,, & PhuffyCoin

A Focus on Cardano Staking Part I

From the wide view to a LIDO depth of field

Support the Library

You can support the work we do by delegating to the LIDO pool, pickup a ware in our bazaar, or sponsor a podcast episode.

Lido Nation: Origin Story

The Lido Nation staking pool launched on the Cardano mainnet in December 2020. From there, a couple of dreamers started to talk about what our little corner of the network should look like. As a pair of curious birds, who get excited about learning and sharing knowledge, we noticed that there wasn’t enough of the kind of material we wanted to read about blockchain, and Cardano.

So we started to write it!
News Articles
Educational Articles
Minutes of audio readings
30-day Page Views
30-day Catalyst Queries
Hrs of twitter spaces/wk
EP1: 'd' Parameter