Blockchain allows users to own coins and have full control over them. No third party can take your coins or prevent you from being able to spend or otherwise use them at any time. Blockchain networks can provide this for native coins such as ADA, BTC, and ETH. In the case of tokens, there are differences between platforms. Cardano treats tokens similarly to ADA coins, so it will not allow anyone to have control over the tokens that users have in their wallets. Ethereum is more versatile. It allows the token issuer to have control over tokens all the time of their existence. Let’s explore the differences between tokens on Cardano and Ethereum.