In Project Catalyst Fund 9, the “Grow Africa Grow Cardano” campaign called for projects with solutions to Cardano infrastructure and education concerns in Africa. The campaign goals were onboarding new Cardano users in Africa and forging new partnerships on the continent. Success metrics were looking for numbers of new users and local impact. Lido Nation took aim at the bulls-eye of this campaign with a project called Swahili Learn to Earn. This project capitalized on our existing library of Cardano educational content, and the work we had already started translating that content into Swahili, one of the most widely-spoken languages in Africa. Inspired by the learning modules on the Coinbase app, where users can take short learning modules to…
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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!