20 May

Cardano (ADA) has been experiencing consistent growth in development activity, positioning itself as a major network in the blockchain space. Despite this, it initially struggled to attract a large number of addresses to its platform.

However, recent days have seen a resurgence in activity on the Cardano network, with daily active addresses surpassing the 30,000 mark. This uptick in activity has also been accompanied by an increase in network transactions, although the rise in active addresses hasn't been as pronounced.

On March 10th, active addresses spiked to over 60,000, doubling from previous levels. Sustaining this level of activity in the coming days would signal a healthy Cardano ecosystem.

The surge in activity has also reflected in the total value locked (TVL) on Cardano's DeFi protocols, indicating growing interest in its decentralized finance sector. Continued attraction of users to Cardano's DeFi applications could rejuvenate its ecosystem.

However, the declining interest in the NFT (non-fungible token) sector may pose a challenge to Cardano's recent growth. Popular Cardano NFT collections like EarthNode, Book.io, and The Ape Society have experienced significant decreases in floor prices and trading volumes.

Relying solely on growth in the DeFi sector while neglecting other areas like NFTs could potentially impact Cardano's ecosystem negatively in the long term.

Despite the waning interest in Cardano NFTs, enthusiasm for ADA remains strong. Over the past week, ADA's price has grown by 8.11%, accompanied by a notable increase in trading velocity.

May 2024, Cryptoniteuae

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