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Growth Of Cardano Wallets Spikes, Adding 30,000 In A Week

While the cryptocurrency market remains down, cryptocurrency projects like Cardano (ADA) are still registering growing network activity, and investors don’t seem to be concerned about the state of the market.

In fact, Cardano has seen a surge in wallet additions of 33,097 in a single week. Cardano Blockchain Insights data shows that as of November 13 there were 3,671,522 wallets on the decentralized finance (DeFi) platform, up from 3,638,425 on November 7.

The rise in interest in Cardano comes as the whole cryptocurrency market, which was already struggling before the FTX crisis, is still trading in the negative territory. Notably, the high-level crisis seems to have slowed the potential for a price bottom.

ADA wallets charts. Image Source: Cardano Blockchain Insights


Charles Hoskison, the founder of Cardano, reportedly said that the FTX scandal might be the last catastrophe to affect the cryptocurrency business. It’s important to remember that the collapse of the Terra (LUNA) ecosystem in May contributed to the prolonged bear market.

Additionally, the growing interest in Cardano is consistent with the ongoing network expansion for the blockchain dubbed the “Ethereum (ETH) killer.” Hoskinson notes that Cardano is creating a new wallet called Lace at the same time, and that once it is launched, the network will probably have one billion members.

A lightweight multi-chain crypto wallet called Lace claims to be able to effortlessly connect Web2 and Web3 components to a single UI. Because it can combine identities, transactions, and apps into a unified experience, the wallet is seen as a game-changer for Cardano.

Overall, it is believed that one of the main catalysts for an increase in the price of ADA is the rising number of wallets. Before the FTX crisis hit the market, Cardano had recently tried to find a bottom.

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