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A lightweight, in-browser wallet for Cardano. Trezor & Ledger support. Staking. ADLT stakepools

After Cardano Shelley hard-fork on the July 29th staking was introduced to Cardano. AdaLite will provide compatibility with the new Shelley address format and transactions. We also released the staking interface for main-net. Please report any bugs that you may find in our wallet. Follow our Telegram and Twitter to be informed about changes and release dates for hardware wallets support.

In order to stake, you need to transfer your funds from old Byron address format to new Shelley address format. Transaction that will do this automatically can be created easily from the staking interface.

We are running our own reliable staking pools with a very low 3% fee. By delegating your stake to us you are supporting the development of AdaLite.

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Innovative Cardano DAPPS

Are you a DAPP creator? Add your project to the community directory for exposure. Beta versions are also welcomed.

Smart contracts can be developed with Haskell, Plutus, Glow & Marlowe. This can then be integrated with Javascript.
Crowdfunding, Escrow, Games, Democratic Voting, Library, NFT marketplace, Messenger, Social network, Shopping cart, Dating app, Project management, CMS (Customer Management System), Video sharing, Trading, Lending, Gambling, Realestate.
Native support offers distinct advantages for developers: there is no need to create smart contracts to handle custom tokens, for example, which removes a layer of added complexity and potential for manual errors since the ledger handles all token-related functionality.
It's huge. You can learn more on the Resources page.
Blockchain oracles are third-party services that provide smart contracts with external information. They serve as bridges between blockchains and the outside world.
You can integrate with Wallets, Exchanges, or other 3rd party payment processors. Think Paypal, etc.
Better security features, doesn't require smart contract to send tokens, can bundle tokens when sending, supports non-fungible tokens (NFTs).