ADA Cardano

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ADA Crypto Risk Gauge Analysis

What this means: InvestorsObserver gives Cardano (ADA) a medium risk rank. This means the price of the cryptocurrency can move pretty quickly, but it is relatively in proportion to the value of the Cardano being traded. A medium rank means the price can still move around a lot, but the price is less likely to be manipulated and big moves will likely mean increased interest in trading Cardano.

Who this matters to: A high risk-reward score means the cryptocurrency’s price can change a lot with very few dollars at stake. This means the price could be pushed around by unscrupulous actors, or just that the prices is likely to be very unpredictable.

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Who this matters to: Volatility measures how much, and how quickly, a cryptocurrency’s price moves. If you want a lot of action, high volatility might be right for you. If you don’t like seeing the value of your portfolio swing wildly, you might want some lower-volatility cryptocurrencies.

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ADA Risk Gauge Analysis

What this means: InvestorsObserver gives Cardano (ADA) a medium risk rank. This means the price of the cryptocurrency can move pretty quickly, but it is relatively in proportion to the value of the Cardano being traded. A medium rank means the price can still move around a lot, but the price is less likely to be manipulated and big moves will likely mean increased interest in trading Cardano.

Who this matters to: A high risk-reward score means the cryptocurrency’s price can change a lot with very few dollars at stake. This means the price could be pushed around by unscrupulous actors, or just that the prices is likely to be very unpredictable.

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ADA Short-Term Technical Analysis

Who this matters to: The Short-Term Technical Ranking evaluates a cryptocurrency’s trading over the past month. This is most useful for short- to medium-term traders.

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ADA Long-Term Technical Analysis

Who this matters to: The Long-Term Technical Ranking is a good gauge of how a cryptocurrency has traded over the past several months. This is useful for traders who may want to hold a cryptocurrency for weeks or months.

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ADA Volatility Analysis

Who this matters to: Volatility measures how much, and how quickly, a cryptocurrency’s price moves. If you want a lot of action, high volatility might be right for you. If you don’t like seeing the value of your portfolio swing wildly, you might want some lower-volatility cryptocurrencies.

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ADA Sentiment Analysis

Who this matters to: Sentiment Rank looks at the past five trading days. This a shortest-term evaluation and is best used by people with a very short horizon.

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Cardano (ADA) Description

Cardano is a proof-of-stake blockchain platform with a goal of allowing “changemakers, innovators and visionaries” to bring about positive global change. The open-source project intends to “redistribute power from unaccountable structures to the margins to individuals”, helping to bring about a society that is more secure, transparent, and fair. The ADA token is designed to ensure that owners can participate in the operation of the network, giving those who hold the cryptocurrency the right to vote on any proposed changes to the software. The team behind the layered blockchain say there have already been some compelling use cases for its technology, which aims to allow decentralized apps and smart contracts to be developed with modularity.

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About Cardano (ADA)

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  • Volume (24h)
  • Volume (7d)
  • Market Cap
  • Max Supply
  • Total Supply

Cardano (ADA) Description

Cardano is a proof-of-stake blockchain platform with a goal of allowing “changemakers, innovators and visionaries” to bring about positive global change. The open-source project intends to “redistribute power from unaccountable structures to the margins to individuals”, helping to bring about a society that is more secure, transparent, and fair. The ADA token is designed to ensure that owners can participate in the operation of the network, giving those who hold the cryptocurrency the right to vote on any proposed changes to the software. The team behind the layered blockchain say there have already been some compelling use cases for its technology, which aims to allow decentralized apps and smart contracts to be developed with modularity.

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