Cardano (ADA) mining: a complete guide
Bitcoin and etherium have led the top two cryptocurrency rankings by capitalization since 2018 (with a slight break). The former is itself a symbol of the monetary unit of the new digital economy, while the latter is a platform for the creation and operation of innovative blockchain technology and smart contracts. Of course, these are the currencies most often chosen for mining. However, young and ambitious competitors have not lost hope of squeezing out the leaders. One of these projects is Cardano.
What is Cardano (ADA)?
Cardano is a multi-level blockchain platform based on Proof-Of-Stake, written in the Haskell programming language and designed to create decentralized applications based on smart contracts. The platform is named after Gerolamo Cardano (1501 - 1576), a prominent Italian mathematician, physicist, biologist, chemist, astrologer, philosopher, writer and gambler.