Ethereum blockchain rival Cardano and TV and wireless service provider Dish Network said they’ve entered a deal to help Dish integrate the Cardano blockchain into its telecom business and help provide digital identity services to Dish customers.
Here's the Dish/Boost announcement: https://t.co/bzk35RbcaM
— Charles Hoskinson (@IOHK_Charles) September 25, 2021
Input Output, Cardano’s parent company, also said it partnered with Chainlink to help Cardano developers build smart contracts for secure decentralized finance (DeFi) applications.
Announcement: we partnered with @chainlink to help Cardano developers build smart contracts for secure DeFi applications. For press release, DM us or email email@example.com #CardanoSummit2021 pic.twitter.com/1qOs0WdLtq
— Input Output Media (@IOHKMedia) September 25, 2021
The announcements were made during the Cardano Summit 2021.
After rising to as high as $2.46 earlier Saturday, the price of Cardano’s ADA token was down 0.42% over the last 24 hours at $2.28. Meanwhile, Chainlink’s LINK token was up 4.17% on the day to $24.50.