Cardano [ADA] may be leading on this front, but on others…

With 622 daily average GitHub commits, Cardano [ADA] is now leading other blockchains with the most development activity in the last 30 days, new data has revealed. Here’s AMBCrypto’s Price Prediction for Cardano [ADA] for 2023-24 Top Projects by average daily development activity on #GitHub in the last 30 days$ADA $KSM $DOT $ATOM $MANA $SNT … Read more

Blockchain needs users, not speculators

Cardanians.io (CRDNS pool) Oct 7 · 14 min read · Adoption is the alpha and omega of success for any blockchain project. Every blockchain needs native coins to manage its network security budget. People have started speculatively buying these coins and holding them in their wallets. Not all, but many of these people are just … Read more

What does post-Vasil Cardano [ADA] share with post-Merge ETH

Livestreamed by over 40,000 people, the Cardano Vasil Hard Fork upgrade was implemented on 22 September at 9:44 p.m. UTC. Needless to say, it was soon declared a success.  That’s not all, however. Following the hard fork, ADA’s price rallied by over 4% to close the 22 September trading session at $0.458 on the price … Read more

Usage increases network relevance

Cardanians.io (CRDNS pool) Sep 13 · 4 min read · Blockchain networks have two main useful functions. They allow users to hold coins and tokens without a third party and send them to someone else through a decentralized transaction network. Fees are payable only for the use of the transaction network. The network does not … Read more

Bitcoin loses key dominance support in 4 years, but here’s the catch

Bitcoin [BTC] appears to be on the losing side of the crypto market as altcoins gain momentum. With the Merge and Vasil hardfork coming up, Ethereum [ETH] and Cardano [ADA] are increasingly getting into the spotlight. This leaves Bitcoin with a stern downward pressure as it tackles its way through September. Moreover, crypto analyst Ali … Read more

Explaining Cardano’s eUTXO model for a five-year-old

Cardanians.io (CRDNS pool) Sep 2 · 1 min read · Cardano is fundamentally different from Ethereum in its accounting model. While Cardano uses the extended UTXO model (eUTXO), Ethereum uses accounts. In this article, we will explain the difference between these approaches in a simplified way. Read the article: https://cexplorer.io/article/explaining-cardano-s-eutxo-model-for-a-five-year-old

Comparison of staking on Cardano and Ethereum

Cardanians.io (CRDNS pool) Sep 1 · 1 min read · Some people stake on Cardano for almost a second year. Ethereum is transitioning from PoW to PoS and people are starting to get more interested in the differences between the two PoS networks. Let’s compare staking on Cardano and Ethereum. Read the article: https://cexplorer.io/article/comparison-of-staking-on-cardano-and-ethereum

Understanding Polygon (MATIC) Blockchain Network.

Polygon, also known as MATIC network, is a cheaper, faster sidechain network built to support the Ethereum blockchain. To understand how a scaling solution like the Polygon sidechain became a necessary invention, we trace the lineage of the MATIC network back to Bitcoin. Bitcoin debuted in 2008 as the father of modern-day cryptocurrencies, and the … Read more

Immutable X Developer Launch Rewards V2

The Immutable X Developer Launch Rewards program is back with bigger prizes and registrations start today! This program celebrates early-stage NFT collectibles in their journey on Ethereum, powered by Immutable X. In the last round, we celebrated CyberGalz for achieving more than $100,000 NFT L2 trades since their launch on Immutable X. To continue our … Read more