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Cardano: $ADA Price Action, “First-Ever” 3rd Generation NFT, NFT Minting Party in Barcelona

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Cardano’s ADA coin is worth about $0.5053 as of Saturday, July 23. It has gone up 4.33 percent in the last 24 hours, making it the cryptocurrency with the biggest percentage gain among the top 30.

Statistics from TradingView show that at 9:44 p.m. UTC today, the $ADA price on the cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase hit a daily high of $0.5090.

Michael van de Poppe, a crypto trader and analyst in Amsterdam, gave the following technical analysis of $ADA’s price on July 20:

On July 19, Dan Gambardello, the founder of Crypto Capital Venture and host of the very popular YouTube channel “Crypto Capital Venture,” told his over 230K Twitter followers that in the future, people will be shocked that you can buy one $ADA for less than $1:

Earlier today, a well-known pseudonymous $ADA whale (“@cardano whale” on Twitter) talked about the first NFT book sale of the cryptocurrency project “Book Token” (this is a Cardano-powered NFT book minting platform and marketplace).

You will get the following if you buy a Gutenberg Bible NFT:

Last but not least, tomorrow, July 24, there will be a “heal2earn” NFT launch party at the Cardano Boutique Hotel Ginebra in Barcelona, Spain. You can pay in $ADA.

The website for the hotel says that it was “the first business in the world to accept ADA.” The owners said that they changed the name of their hotel to “Cardano Boutique Hotel Ginebra” because they “believe so much in the more fair and honest systems that Cardano is setting up.”

Alfred Moesker, who started the hotel, tweeted about the party this morning:

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