Africa-focused startup 3air has announced leaving Cardano to build its internet connectivity platform on the SKALE mainnet.
The announcement of moving to the Ethereum based Layer 2 multichain network comes as a slap to Cardano’s scalability, as the market took note of its congestion issues.
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The blockchain-based platform 3air, which aims to bring broadband internet, and digital services to millions of underserved Africans decided to leave the Cardano blockchain.
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— SKALE Network (@SkaleNetwork) February 8, 2022
According to the announcement, 3air will continue building its blockchain-based platform solution on SKALE mainnet.
After looking into several EVM-compatible networks for potential partnerships