Businesses are looking to embed sustainable practices, however, very few are related to blockchain, and unlocking Cardano’s potential.
Creating robust Catalyst proposals can be difficult. Connection with existing structures and frameworks is time consuming.
Currently, there exist few tools & software built for ARM-based computers making it hard for developers to build and use existing software.
Transactions for sending assets to many addresses will incur cumulative transaction fee unless batched together into one transaction.
There is no Cardano/Prism/Catalyst open source identity project contributing to SSI standards interop/portability discussions except RootsID…
Created the SPO-Scripts almost 4 years ago, providing the tools for SPOs to create there Pools, Transactions, Voting, HW-Wallet-Integration…
Verifiable Credentials are a key component for interoperability across Self Sovereign Identity systems, within Cardano and abroad. However…
Open sourced wallet projects have the potential for any SPO to offer and host (submit-api) a branded wallet for their delegators.
There is no common libraries to help C++ Developers build on Cardano.
Connecting UN frameworks like the SDGs to Proposals require analyses + evaluation. Support our research work in Fund 8 as in Fund 6.
There exists a limiting number of ways to interact directly with the Cardano blockchain in a high-performance way.
No incentives to provide automation tools, no provision of open source training or communication of what open source in Cardano entails.
Cardano Catalyst dApps that aim to use Tokenomics, DAO or NFTs face barriers to build and test/validate massively with potential users.
Three essential objectives: open-sourcing all components of the PoolTool platform, eliminating ads ,and funding operations for a year.
There are no standards for which properties a digital credential must contain. Without standards, verification will be impossible
It is hard to use blockchain-based transaction data to trigger useful interactions in real-world scenarios.
There are very few Plutus examples to reference, especially examples of entire dApps with complex contracts. This impedes development.
Often the seller of a CNFT does so to purchase another NFT from the same collection. This results in unnecessary fees & lost opportunities.
There's no direct access to the liquidity of other blockchains for dApps. Moreover, there's no decentralized way to transfer liquidity across…
There is no central place a Cardano project can post for community help. This site is a gateway to solving project needs with the rest of the…
Plutus developers don't have a standard open source contract tooling required to quickly build, test and simulate their smart contracts.
Cardano does not currently have an open source petition management tool for adding candidates or issues to a voting platform.
Cardano is virtual, there are no other ways to “physically feel” key metrics (day of epoch, price …) apart from using a phone or computer.
Plutus and Haskell are hard to learn and unfamiliar to many prospective users. Many projects are waiting for Marlowe to launch on Cardano.
Cardano Catalyst projects that aim to use Tokenomics, DAO or NFTs face barriers to build and test/validate massively with potential users.