News Feb 20, 2024 11:50 AM EST

Everything You Need to Know About Cardano

By Isaiah McCall

If you're new to the cryptoverse, welcome aboard! It's a wild ride, but one that could be incredibly rewarding.

Today, I'll be your guide as we dive into the world of Cardano, a decentralized public blockchain and cryptocurrency project that' was once the Apple of Everyone's Eye - and has since gone through a rollercoaster of volatility. 

(Photo : Canva) Cardano

So, What Exactly is Cardano?

Launched in 2017 by former Ethereum contributor Charles Hoskinson, Cardano is a decentralized public blockchain and cryptocurrency project that's fully open source.

Cardono is an Ethereum riival in the sense it is trying to decentralize the entire internet ecosystem including apps, finance, and gaming. It's a fully flexible, sustainable, and scalable blockchain platform for running smart contracts, which are self-executing contracts with the terms of the agreement directly written into code. 

The Price of Cardano (ADA)

As of today, February 20, 2024, the live Cardano price is $0.6381 USD3. Yes, you read that right! For less than a dollar, you can become a part of this revolutionary project. It's seen a change of 0.47% over the past 24 hours4. But remember, the crypto market is highly volatile, so always invest wisely.

Cardano's Bright Future

The future price of Cardano (ADA) is a hot topic in the crypto community, with predictions varying widely depending on whether you're talking to a bull or a bear.

On the bullish side, analysts point to Cardano's robust technology and growing adoption as reasons it could skyrocket, with some even projecting prices as high as $10. However, the bears warn that regulatory hurdles, competition from other blockchains, and the inherent volatility of the crypto market could lead to a downturn, potentially even pulling prices below $0.50[^2^]. As always, the truth likely lies somewhere in between, and investors should stay informed and prepared for any eventuality. 

Cardano's Philanthropic Side

But Cardano's not just about making money. The Cardano Foundation and Switzerland for UNHCR were recently recognized for their philanthropy innovation6. They're using blockchain technology to make a real difference in the world. That's the kind of investment that pays dividends in more ways than one.

The Community Aspect

Last but not least, let's talk about the community. Cardano has an active subreddit where enthusiasts and newcomers alike can discuss the project, ask questions, and share information7. It's like a digital campfire where everyone's invited, and the marshmallows are shaped like ADA coins.

Final Thoughts

In the end, remember this: investing in crypto is not a sprint; it's a marathon. And while Cardano's race is looking promising, it's essential to do your due diligence before diving in. But who knows? Maybe in a few years, we'll look back on this moment and think, "Wow, we were part of something truly revolutionary."

And that, my friends, is everything you need to know about Cardano. Till next time, happy investing!

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