ADAutism has a mission is to help and support Autistic children throughout the world by utilizing Cardano (ADA). Our first step in reaching our goal is by running a best in class Cardano (ADA) stake pool and using a portion of those rewards to donate back and support causes that help Autistic children.

What is a Cardano (ADA) Stake Pool? A stake pool is a Cardano network node with a public address that other users can delegate to, and receive rewards. It is important to understand stake pools are responsible for processing transactions and producing new blocks and are at the core of Ouroboros, the Cardano proof-of-stake protocol.

If you chose to stake your ADA with us (and we hope you do) not only will you will be part of Cardano’s decentralization; you will help increase the security of the network all while  supporting Autistic children throughout the world.


We are very happy to announce our Cardano ADAutism (ADAUT) Test Pool is fully operational. We feel and believe a critical part in operating a successful stake pool is adequate testing. ADAutism is fully committed to testing all aspects of stake pool operation before launching on Cardano’s mainnet. We truly believe this we build trust and confidence with our supporters. If you are interested in learning more about our Cardano test stake pool (ADAUT) and potentially helping us test it, then please click the button below.


Before moving to Cardano’s mainnet. We need to completely finish our ADAutism Testnet Pool testing. This includes, but not limited too, running both a relay and block producing node (BPN), multiple test wallets staking and receiving rewards, upgrading and downgrading the nodes, successful monitoring with alerts on important metrics of both relay and BPN, and finally the proper decommissioning of our Testnet Pool. You can follow us and our progress by following us on Twitter or visiting our website.