Cardano has unveiled a new staking mechanism aimed at providing a competitive advantage by lowering mining pool expenses.
Cardano (ADA), a competitor to Ethereum, has joined the ongoing altcoin market rally. Over the last 24 hours, ADA’s price has risen by 3%, surpassing $0.29, and it has extended its weekly gains to over 20%.
Cardano’s ADA Price Outlook: Bearish Trend and Bullish Potential
Despite experiencing a 20% recovery since October 19, with the current price reaching $0.29, Cardano’s ADA still appears to be on a bearish trajectory. This sentiment is reinforced by a descending trendline that consistently intersects recent highs, as observed in the chart.
If the bear market has indeed concluded with the Z wave and we’re now witnessing the start of a more extensive five-wave upward trend, then the current uptrend is likely to continue. Therefore, a clear breakout above the descending trendline would serve as a significant bullish sign.
However, as ADA’s price remains within a broader horizontal range, it could face resistance along its current path, potentially leading to a pullback to the $0.28 level.
To confirm a definitive bullish signal for ADA, signaling a potential rally toward the coveted $1 milestone, a breakout above the $0.40 threshold is required. This level represents the upper boundary of its horizontal range. Achieving this milestone would not only indicate the beginning of a bull cycle but also set ADA on a path toward potentially reaching the long-anticipated $1 target.
Cardano Updates Staking Parameters and Confirms Djed’s Future
In a recent development, the Cardano Foundation has announced significant updates to the staking parameters on the Cardano blockchain. This move is aimed at enhancing the network’s competitive position and user experience. After conducting a poll among Stake Pool Operators (SPO) and subsequent evaluation by the Parameters Committee, the Cardano Foundation has executed a transaction on the Cardano mainnet. This transaction has lowered the minPoolCost parameter from 340 ADA to 170 ADA.
Charles Hoskinson, the founder of Cardano, has responded decisively to ongoing rumors regarding the potential discontinuation of the Djed stablecoin project. He affirmed that Djed will not be dropped; instead, the project is set to undergo a substantial upgrade. He emphatically stated, “No, we aren’t dropping Djed. We are supercharging the team.”
Important: Please note that this article is only meant to provide information and should not be taken as legal, tax, investment, financial, or any other type of advice.
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