The Cardano community has been waiting for the Vasil hard fork, which has been considered one of the most important updates of the ecosystem for months. However, according to the current situation, the developers continue to delay the update on the grounds that more testing should be done. The team is determined not to deploy the update until it's completely flawless, as Cardano founder Charles Hoskinson has previously stated.

Tim Harrison, Vice President of IOG Community and Ecosystem, and Kevin Hammond, IOG Technical Manager, were the names that gave information about the hard fork delay in Cardano 360. Kevin Hammond, IOG Technical Manager, said in a statement:

Kevin Hammond

   "Cardano Vasil Hard Fork delayed a few more weeks as final testing is complete. No talented engineer will question this. This is a commonplace move when it comes to building reliable & secure systems. So if you're out there complaining, don't .

This is incredibly important. All users must be prepared to progress through the hard fork to ensure a smooth process."

According to the statements, the main reason for delaying the update is that the Cardano team needs more time to conduct detailed tests on the hard fork. Extensive testing is seen as one of the critical measures for developers to design reliable and secure systems.

Now, Cardano developers are expected to release the hard fork after the system gives stable results according to the test results. Since this period may take a few weeks according to the statements, Cardano's important update can be expected at the end of August.

Cardano (ADA) price, while moving in parallel with the market in general, is moving around 0.51 with an increase of close to 6 percent in the last 24 hours. The news of the postponement of the Cardano Vasil Hard Fork does not seem to be priced in the ADA market yet.