• Cardano (ADA) wallets increased by 3.6 percent in February, surpassing three million

  • Cardano (ADA) wallets show substantial gains in 2022.

    Cardano Blockchain Insights reports that the total number of Cardano wallets climbed 3.66 percent between February 1, 2022 and February 24, 2022.

    In 2022, the number of wallets housing Cardano’s native cryptocurrency, ADA, has skyrocketed. Since the beginning of February, the network has added 4,565 new wallets every day.

    Staking consumes a large portion of ADA. According to Cardano Blockchain Insights, 69 percent of ADA has been staked, removing the majority of coins from circulation and adding to scarcity and price volatility.

    On February 3, the number of wallets holding ADA topped three million. There were 3101997 wallets as of February 24. As demand in the asset grew, the number of Cardano wallets surged 13,000 percent year on year in December 2021.

    Now, as new evidence proves Cardano’s greater energy efficiency, interest is growing even more. Its delegated Proof-Of-Stake consensus process consumes 47,000 times less energy than bitcoin’s proof-of-work consensus mechanism. Cardano consumes 0.00277429 Terawatt-hours of energy each year, whereas bitcoin consumes 131.0 TWh. Bitcoin’s annual energy consumption exceeds that of Ukraine and Norway combined. A consensus mechanism is a method of validating a set of requirements that secures the blockchain network’s transition into an updated state following a transaction.

    ADA price movement

    Given that there will only ever be 45 billion ADA, ADA’s deflationary state bodes favorably for its future. The total number of ADA coins in circulation is 32 billion. ADA is currently trading at $0.90, up 7% in the last 24 hours. According to Coingecko data, ADA reached an all-time high of $3.09 on September 2, 2021. ADA has also defied the trend shown in the cryptocurrency market, while bitcoin and Ether have progressively declined.

    Cardano began in 2017 and stayed unnoticed until the end of November. With a market cap of $28,690,753,802, ADA is now placed ninth. ADA is the only cryptocurrency backed by research, according to the Cardano website.

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    A wallet is a device, physical media, program, or service that keeps a person’s private and public keys for the purpose of buying and selling cryptocurrency. Price increases are frequently correlated with increases in wallet creation.

    In other wallet announcements, Blockchain.com created 22.9 million wallets between November 2020 and November 2021. They provide wallets for bitcoin, ether, and tether, to mention a few. Their wallets are non-custodial, which means the company does not have access to its users’ private keys.

    Peer-reviewed research was used to construct Cardano’s Proof-of-Stake consensus mechanism. The Cardano Foundation, led by Ethereum co-founder Charles Hoskinson, intends to gradually implement scaling upgrades though 2022. This could boost confidence in the ADA currency, causing the price to rise.

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