Cardano describes itself as a blockchain-based on ‘peer-reviewed research’ that aims to bring its technologies to the wider world.
Cardano was founded in 2015 by a co-founder of Ethereum – Charles Hoskinson – following a split over the latter’s direction. Hoskinson wanted to accept venture capital and create a for-profit entity.
Cardano is today the biggest proof-of-stake blockchain, which is far more energy-efficient than Ethereum or Bitcoin. It takes its name from Italian polymath Gerolamo Cardano,
While its ADA is named after British mathematician Ada Lovelace. The project brings a strong academic discipline by peer-reviewing all proposed updates to the network.
EverGrow Coin takes a different approach to Cardano, aiming to function like a stock that can generate ‘positive volume’ even during market slumps.
Investment advice says you should plan to hold onto the position for at least 2 to 5 years before thinking of selling off.
EverGrow Coin aims to achieve this loyalty by distributing rewards and profits to its coin holders, like a dividend.
EverGrow Coin’s core utility is it pays holders in Binance USD – a stablecoin that holds the same value as the US Dollar.
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