Cardano Foundation recently shared its latest monthly wrap-up of on-chain data. A total of 947 proposals have been funded with Project Catalyst. Meanwhile, the number of on-chain transactions has increased by 7.74% to 42.5 million.
According to Pool.PM data, the number of local assets issued on the Cardano blockchain currently stands at 5,059,748, with 55,043 different mining policies. This shows a growth of over 8.64% in the previous month. The number of Cardano wallets increased to 3.36 million in the past month, while the number of Plutus wallets grew by 5.47%.
However, the percentages of ADA staking and staking pool were lower at 1.35% and 0.75%, respectively. ADA price was trading down 5.05% at $0.58 as the cryptocurrency curtailed the impressive gains it has recorded since the start of the week. However, ADA is up 19.08% on a seven-day basis.
The last week of May saw a slight respite in the prices of bitcoin and the rest of the crypto market, impeding the overall decline. With an increase of around 40%, Cardano’s ADA led the progress among crypto majors. This is due to an increase in issuance of native assets on the network and, as reported by U.Today, there are now over five million assets mined on Cardano. In addition, positive expectations regarding the planned Vasil hard fork partially contributed to the price increase.
Cardano’s Pav hits 440,000 ADA in secondary sale with 5,000 holders
440K. on more than $ada Pav in secondary sales volume is approaching the top #100 NFT projects on Cardano Still around 5,000 unique wallet holders we love and a 13K ADA highest sale! wonderful considering these #OG Paws were given. More loads to come. pic.twitter.com/H8xSdPBKEo— Pavs (@Pavs_io) 2 June 2022
Cardano’s First Launched Metaverse Project, Pavia, Has Seen Over 440,000 ADA pavso Secondary sales volume. Pavs has about 5,000 unique wallet holders, with the largest sales being 13,000 ADA. Pav Cardano are NFTs that belong to the Pavia Metaverse.
Pavia, which was officially launched in January as the first Cardano metaverse, was named after Pavia, Italy, the 1501 birthplace of Gerolamo (Jerome) Cardano.