Cardano ADA watched the weekly record before their new incoming Alonzo upgrade according to coinshare, Cardano ADA-backed products hit a record of $10.1 million in the week to August 27.
Cardano ADA’s new upgrade is due September 12 which will increase its capacity.
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Cardano ADA Token saw record inflows last week
Cardano ADA Token saw record inflows last week, as investors were ready to invest because after Alonzo upgrade. Price is going up to 20% after the new upgrade.
This month, Cardano announced the “purple” which is also a part of an Alonzo new upgrade, which gives improvements, that take place in September and investors are waiting for the new upgrade.
This Cardano upgrade will give an assist network that is able to handle the smart contracts and their other application, which is much like the competitor ethereum network.
“Clearly people are trying to diversify and people are taking a step further to look at other altcoins,” CoinShares investment strategist James Butterfill said.
Cardano token ADA has doubled the price more than the lowest price where it starts from. ADA price reached almost $3.00 ahead of the series of underlying Cardano networks.
The last highest trading is $2.8 up 1.7% over the last 24 hours, according to coinbase.
“As smart contracts enabling blockchains, the duo of Cardano and ethereum have the propensity to harbor countless innovative projects. These projects, in turn, will promote the utility of the native tokens for both blockchains, driving their valuations” Dmitry Mishunin, founder and CEO of HashEX, a smart contract audit company, told Insider.
Bitcoin briefly surpassed $50,000 for the first time since May last week but has since eased to around $47,400.
Ether has gained around 30% this month, reaching a three-month high of almost $3,380, while bitcoin briefly surpassed $50,000 for the first time since May last week, but has since eased to around $47,400.