Chainlink vs Cardano comparison




Chainlink is an Ehtereum-based token, and it has a fixed/limited supply. Its maximum supply limit is 1 Billion.

As per Cardano’s software rules, there is a finite number of ADA, which is set at 45 billion. Moreover, as of June 2021, according to the CoinMarketCap, there are over 31.95B ADA in circulation. Thus, Cardano is in 12th position in the list of cryptocurrencies with the most coins. Such caps are considered to be one of the means to reduce the inflation rates of cryptocurrencies over time.

Market Cap

As of 27 June 2021, the market cap is Rs. 548.2B
As of 27 June 2021, the market cap is Rs. 3.0T.

Year Founded



Sergey Nazarov, Ari Juels, and Steve Ellis
Charles Hoskinson

Block Time

5 Minutes
20 seconds

Mining Process

Although it is possible to mine Chainlink on a computer, one should consider investing in the ASIC mining setup. However, the best way to mine Chainlink is the GPU.

Although Cardano can't be mined, it can be staked because it is using the "Proof of Stake" system.

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