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Cardano & Ethereum: This Changes Everything!

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We have some major #cardano and #ethereum news that we need to go over, as it could change everything you thought you knew about both Cardano and Ethereum! We will also go over some price ADA and Ether price predictions towards the end! ⚠️GET FREE CRYPTO AND STOCKS 👇 💰 WeBull - Get 4 Free Stocks: https://act.webull.com/iv/dRCHtFl2aLH... 💰 Robinhood -Get 3 Free Stocks: https://join.robinhood.com/wagners-63... 🚀 BECOME A CHANNEL MEMBER👇 ⮕ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHWp... ⚠️GET FREE CRYPTO:👇 💰 BlockFi (up to $250): ​ https://blockfi.com/WagnerSaucedo 💰 Coinbase ($10): https://www.coinbase.com/join/sauced_5q Now before we go over both Ethereum and Cardano, we need to go over something very interesting and go over what the market is doing. Because after Bitcoin being stuck at around the 66,000 dollar level. Bitcoin financial skyrocketed and added 3,000 dollars in value in minutes, breaking its previous all time high, with a price of $69,000 dollars..and that was right after the inflation numbers came out, which came to 6.2 percent in october, a 31 year high.. So it seems like the market is finnaanly starting to notice and we are finally starting to see that reaction in crypto, but mainly Bitcoin which means that Bitcoin is now valued at 1.3 trillion dollars. And just for some content… bitcoin is now the 8th largest asset in the world, much more than my all time favorite Tesla and Facebook, or should I say META… Bitcoin is also very close to Silver’s market cap by only 100 billion dollars.. And the total crypto market cap comes to roughly 3 trillion dollars in value for the first time… And that brings to Ethereum.. Because with EThereum coming in second and breaking all new highs again, at 4,800 dollars per ETH...and IMO, we should be seeing a 5 thousand dollar Eth in no time...as we now have more than 4 billion dollars worth of ETH and more than 800K ether burned!.. Ethereum is officially deflationary… Now Both Ethereum and Cardano are about to have some major upgrades, with significant increases in usage and development. By the end of 2021, we'll have a good idea of which of these two initiatives will claim the crypto title of smart contract king and before I go over some similarities, we first need to go over what really sets them apart side by side. #Cardano (ADA) was developed years after Bitcoin and #Ethereum were first launched, allowing it to learn from their flaws and capitalize on their benefits. Its founder, Charles Hoskinson, refers to cardano as a third-generation cryptocurrency, which means it already has some of the characteristics that previous cryptos are currently still working on. #ETH, on the other hand, simply intends to go from the inefficient Proof-of-Work to the quicker, more energy-efficient Proof-of-Stake. And we have actually seen more progress being made from #ADA in this regard. Cardano's main use case is to allow transactions in its native cryptocurrency, ADA, as well as to let developers create safe decentralized applications. From its launch in 2017, Cardano traded at roughly $0.10 until early 2021, when it surged to far over a dollar and is now trading at approximately $2. Due to being one of the most ecologically friendly cryptocurrency alternatives, Cardano had withstood the current crypto market troubles better than others, but it experienced a huge drop and is currently down at $1.18. And since last year, it has posted a return of over 1,800 percent. DISCLAIMER: You should not take any of this information as guidance for buying or selling any type of investment or security. I am not a financial advisor and anything that I say on this YouTube channel should not be seen as financial advice. I am only sharing my biased opinion based on personal experience. It is important to keep in mind that there are risks associated with investing in the stock market and that one can lose all of their investment. AFFILIATE DISCLOSURE: I only recommend products and services I truly believe in and use myself. Some of the links on this webpage are affiliate links, meaning, at no additional cost to you, I may earn a commission if you click through and make a purchase and/or subscribe
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