• Solana (SOL) is a high-performance blockchain that is close to flipping Cardano (ADA), a significant milestone.
• The crypto community is buzzing with anticipation and excitement for Solana’s potential.
• Cardano investors lament the lack of marketing for their project compared to Solana.
Solana Generates Excitement
Solana (SOL) is a high-performance blockchain platform that has been generating excitement in the crypto space as it edges closer to flipping Cardano (ADA). As of July 18, 2023, Solana’s market capitalization is $10,282,533,516 with each SOL token priced at $25.54 – representing an increase of 16.28% over the past week – while Cardano has a lower market cap and price per token despite its 6.01% increase over the past week.
The crypto community is buzzing with anticipation about Solana’s potential, and Twitter users are discussing both coins. Some Cardano investors have acknowledged the possibility of Solana flipping Cardano but lament the lack of marketing for their project compared to Solana.
Flipside Since FTX Collapse
Since the FTX collapse in November 2020, Solana has suffered an initial crash due to its relationship with the exchange but has since recovered some ground despite not reaching prices seen prior to the collapse. Despite this setback, there have been various interesting developments within its ecosystem such as partnerships and product launches which may help propel it further up in terms of value and market recognition.
Cardano’s Marketing Woes
Cardano investors feel like their project lacks aggressive marketing strategies such as those seen for Solana which have helped propel it into the limelight recently despite having similar technological potential as other platforms like Ethereum or Bitcoin SV. They argue that without these strategies they are less likely to reach mainstream adoption when compared to other projects that invest heavily in marketing campaigns or product development initiatives which can lead more people to use their platforms or services on offer .
As Solana edges closer towards flipping Cardano, excitement builds around its potential; however, some Cardano investors point out that without increased marketing efforts they are less likely to reach mainstream adoption when compared to other projects that invest heavily in product development or advertising campaigns. Nevertheless, both projects show promise and could be major players within blockchain technology use cases going forward if they continue gaining traction from users in this competitive sector .