Hoskinson Points Out That Network Activity for Cardano Is 2nd Only to Bitcoin
On Sunday (May 29), Charles Hoskinson, Co-Founder and CEO of Input Output Global (“IOG”), the company responsible for Cardano’s research and development, took a closer look at 24-hour transaction volumes across major blockchains.
Hoskinson sent out that seemed to show that — based on data by Messari — 24-hour transaction volume for Cardano was $9.57 billion, which means that it was second only to that of Bitcoin and higher than that of Ethereum.
At the time of writing (i.e. 8:52 a.m. UTC on May 30), the 24-hour transaction volumes for Bitcoin, Cardano, and Ethereum are $10.32 billion, $9.24 billion, and $2.52 billion.
This must have been a sweet moment for Hoskinson, who must be very tired of some Cardano critics who have at various times unkindly and incorrectly called it a “ghost chain”. The following tweet is just one of the latest examples of such attacks:
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