Cardano is Leading Development Activity again this month.
With the launch of the Vasil mainnet upgrade around the corner, the Cardano development team, Input Output Global (IOG), is working round the clock to ensure the update is deployed without any hitches.
The consistency of Input Output Global has seen Cardano lead other cryptocurrency projects in terms of development activities this month.
Fresh data shared recently by Santiment shows that Cardano leads top blockchain projects like Ethereum, Polkadot, Kusama, IOTA, Internet Computer (ICP) etc.
According to Santiment, its latest ranking for top cryptocurrency projects with increased development activities goes beyond mere GitHub submissions. Santiment noted that it focused on other metrics, including issue interactions and code pushes.
“Measuring github activity goes beyond just the quantity of submissions. We measure via code pushes, issue interactions, & more,” Santiment tweeted.
🧑💻 $ADA, $DOT, $KSM, $ETH, and $MIOTA lead in development activity here in July. Measuring #github activity goes beyond just quantity of submissions. We measure via code pushes, issue interactions, & more: https://t.co/vWQCE4r4pv
— Santiment (@santimentfeed) July 19, 2022
Details of the Ranking
Per the data, Cardano ranks as the top crypto project with increased development activity after recording over 387 points using Santiment metrics in the last 30 days.
Polkadot came second in the rankings with 281.97 points within the period. Kusama and Ethereum ranked third and fourth with 281 and 274 points, respectively.
IOG Prepares Ahead of Vasil Mainnet Launch
It is not surprising to see Cardano leading other cryptocurrency projects in terms of development activities. The project is expected to roll out the Vasil upgrade on mainnet later this month. The upgrade is tipped to enhance key Cardano features that will see the network experience increased transaction speed and scalability, among other mouthwatering features.
As reported by TheCryptoBasic, Cardano’s development team made a total of 13,003 GitHub submissions in June alone.