For your convenience you will find answers to some questions we get asked often.
What is the purpose of ADAutism?
The reason for bringing ADAutism to market is simple. Our purpose is to support and help Autistic children throughout the world by utilizing Cardano (ADA).
How will ADAutism help Autistic children?
By running a best in class Cardano (ADA) stake pool and using those portion of those rewards to donate and support Autism causes. In addition, we will publishing Autism news and information bringing awareness to a disorder that affects so many children around the world.
How will ADAutism help Cardano?
By running a best in class Cardano (ADA) stake pool we are contributing to the decentralization of the Cardano network. This supports the mechanisms that ensure the long-term health and liveness of the network. By running a stake pool, we also enable other users to participate and gain rewards.
What is Cardano?
Simply, Cardano is a proof-of-stake blockchain platform: the first to be founded on peer-reviewed research and developed through evidence-based methods. It combines pioneering technologies to provide unparalleled security and sustainability to decentralized applications, systems, and societies. Read more here.
What can Cardano be used for?
Cardano is designed to be a flexible, sustainable, and scalable blockchain platform for running smart contracts — which will allow the development of a wide range of decentralized applications ranging from finance (DeFi, DEX), NFTs, games, identity management, and more.
What is Cardano’s maximum supply?
The total supply of Cardano (ADA) is capped at 45 billion coins. The fixed supply makes Cardano like Bitcoin, where the supply is limited to 21 million coins. This is in contrast to Ethereum, where the supply is unlimited, but the annual issuance is limited.
What is Proof-of-Stake (PoS)
Proof-of-stake protocols are a class of consensus mechanisms for blockchains that work by selecting validators in proportion to their quantity of holdings in the associated cryptocurrency. This is done to avoid the computational cost of proof-of-work schemes.
What is Autism?
Autism, or autism spectrum disorder (ASD), refers to a broad range of conditions characterized by challenges with social skills, repetitive behaviors, speech and nonverbal communication. According to the Centers for Disease Control, autism affects an estimated 1 in 44 children in the United States today. Read more here.
Is there a cure autism?
There are no specific treatments to “cure” autism. Each child with an autism spectrum disorder has a unique constellation of developmental delays, speech deficits, social and cognitive impairments. Therefore, comprehensive treatment plans need to be developed to target each child’s unique profile of strengths and functional impairments. Read more here.
What is Asperger’s disorder?
Asperger syndrome is a condition on the autism spectrum, with generally higher functioning. People with this condition may be socially awkward and have an all-absorbing interest in specific topics. Communication training and behavioral therapy can help people with the syndrome learn to socialize more successfully. Read more here.