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Cardano’s DeFi Dominance: 180% TVL Growth Fuels Bold 6,000% Price Prediction

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  • Cardano demonstrates a robust 180% growth in Total Value Locked (TVL), strengthening its position in the DeFi sector.
  • Cardano founder Charles Hoskinson raises concerns over the rise of generative AI scams.

Cardano, a key player in the DeFi space, has seen its Total Value Locked (TVL) skyrocket from $188.65 million to an impressive $431.44 million. This 180.636% growth, reported by DeFiLlama, highlights Cardano’s expanding influence, challenging giants like Ethereum and Solana and securing the 12th spot in global DeFi standings.

Hoskinson’s Warning on Emerging AI Scams

In the midst of Cardano’s growth, founder Charles Hoskinson has raised an alert on a new kind of threat in the crypto world. Through a tweet, Hoskinson highlighted the emergence of generative AI scams, stating, “As predicted, Generative AI scams are now here.

These will be dramatically better in 12-24 months and hard for anyone to distinguish between reality and the AI fiction.”

This warning brings attention to the evolving complexities in the intersection of blockchain technology and artificial intelligence.

Drivers of Cardano’s Growth

The surge in Cardano’s TVL can be largely attributed to key protocols within its ecosystem. Leading this growth is Indigo, a decentralized synthetic assets protocol, with a TVL of $102.72 million. Additionally, Minswap, a decentralized exchange, and Liqwid, a lending protocol, contribute significantly with TVLs of $94.67 million and $47.86 million, respectively.

The implementation of smart contracts on Cardano has been a major catalyst in this growth, with the Cardano DJED stablecoin from COTI also attracting notable liquidity.

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