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Cardano Price

(ADA) 
Currency
$ 0.422
-2.23%
(1d)
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ADA Price Live Data

The live price of Cardano is $0.422 per (ADA/USD) with a current market cap of $15.09B USD.
24-hour trading volume is $0.32B USD. ADA to USD price is updated in real-time.
Cardano is -2.23% in the last 24 hours with a circulating supply of 35,725.40M USD.

ADA Price Performance USD

Date ComparisonAmount Change% Change
Today

$ -0.0091

% -2.23

30 Days

$ -0.0168

% -3.99

60 Days

$ -0.1525

% -36.14

90 Days

$ -0.2333

% -55.29

ADA Price Information

ADA to USD price is updated in real-time.

Low: $ 0.6553

High: $ 0.422

All Time High
Price Change (1h)
+0.00%
Price Change (24h)
-2.23%
Price Change (7d)
-11.83%

ADA Market Information

Popularity
#10
Market Cap
$ 15.09B
Volume (24hours)
$ 0.32B
Circulation Supply
35,725.40M

About Cardano (ADA)

Cardano (ADA) is a decentralized proof-of-stake (PoS) blockchain platform that launched in 2017. It was first conceptualized in 2015 by Charles Hoskinson, one of the co-founders of the Ethereum blockchain network.

Cardano was developed to address the blockchain scaling and infrastructural limitations of first-generation decentralized blockchain network Bitcoin, and second-generation networks like Ethereum. In fact, Cardano is seen as a more scalable alternative to Ethereum. Cardano price is updated in real-time on Binance.

To date, the Cardano blockchain network is one of the largest to have successfully implemented a PoS consensus mechanism that’s more power-efficient than alternative proof-of-work (PoW) blockchain networks. Function on the Cardano blockchain is facilitated by the capabilities granted by smart contract protocol, a technology initially popularized by Ethereum.

The native Cardano cryptocurrency token is ADA, which enables users to participate in network operations. The token is named after Ada Lovelace, a 19th century mathematician recognized as the world’s first computer programmer.

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