Cardano is a decentralized blockchain project that aims to build a smart contracts platform through the use of science and technology. The open-source Cardano protocol has two layers: a settlement layer for the cryptocurrency and a control layer for the smart contracts. Cardano will provide users with a suite of features, including a wallet that runs on decentralized applications and an Ouroboros Proof-of-Stake algorithm. The protocol is designed to protect the rights of its users while also allowing catering for the needs of regulators. A coin-flipping protocol is used to provably secure the transactions of the Proof-of-Stake consensus so that the selection of the address that confirms transactions is as random as possible.
Cardano (ADA) coins are the native digital assets that can be used to transfer value and power smart contracts.
|24h Volume||$253.85 M|
|Market Cap||$12.45 B|
|Current Supply||25.93 B|
|Total Supply||31.11 B|