In 2021, Cardano hits record 468% traction growth on Social media

In 2021, Cardano hits record 468% traction growth on Social media 3

Crypto project Cardano grabbed huge traction in the crypto industry as well as on the Social media platforms than any other crypto assets in 2021.

No doubt that the crypto and blockchain industry has their unique ability to bring innovation and new use cases but the majority of the new things on the internet are getting into use and adoption after the discussion and popularity on the Social media platforms. 

In 2021, Twitter was a hub for the crypto industry which facilitated huge crypto-related discussions on its platform. And also Twitter grabbed popularity for its Bitcoin, Blockchain, and NFTs based development works. 

According to a report, Cardano grabbed very high popularity on many social media platforms. Cardano grabbed a total of  468% surge in the discussion overall on the social media platforms.

Right now, Cardano (ADA) has more than 3.2 million followers across its space community, thanks to many development works and upgrades in the mainnet of the Cardano blockchain. 

On Twitter, Cardano grabbed a 492% surge in followers over last year,  Cardano subreddit 463%. On the other hand, the Facebook page grabbed only a 33% surge in followers. 

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Cardano social channels. Source: CardanoFoundation

Telegram, YouTube, and Google meet are big witnesses to show the growth in the followers of the Cardano project on its social media pages. 

The report also noted that the whole crypto industry surged with very high differences in 2021, which was also a factor for this community to grab attention. 

On the official twitter page of the Cardano project, the team shared the success of getting 190,000 ADA wallets users, which was a 1,200 surge over the last year. 

“Last Christmas, there were ~190,000 ADA wallets. Today there are over 2.5 million ADA wallets – an increase of +1,200% in one year.”

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