November 20th, 2022 at 12:10 pm UTC · 3 min read
Cryptocurrency has become a mainstay in the financial world today. Many projects are improving the space for investors and businesses alike. Companies like Cardano (ADA) and Orbeon Protocol(ORBN) have innovative security features central to their projects.
In this article, we will discuss how the Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) will overcome Cardano (ADA) in 2023 despite still being in presale stage one.
Orbeon Protocol is an investment solution with multichain capability that revolutionizes crowdfunding and venture capital-backed projects. It allows small investors to buy into promising projects with minimal funds using fractionalized NFTs (F-NFTs).
The Orbeon Protocol environment features a decentralized wallet that allows users to buy, exchange, and hold cryptocurrencies and NFTs in one location. Users can also swap cryptocurrencies cheaply and effortlessly with Orbeon Swap, and businesses can raise capital using reward-based or equity-based NFTs in the Orbeon Exchange.
OrbeonProtocol’s native token, ORBN, powers the Orbeon ecosystem. Holders can earn passive income by staking ORBN tokens, vote on upcoming projects and key decisions, gain access to upcoming funding rounds, and even be a part of exclusive investor groups like the Winner’s Circle.
Businesses using Orbeon Protocol can quickly build community around their projects. In addition, Orbeon Protocol has plans to explore the metaverse, enabling networking events for investors and businesses.
A few key factors set Orbeon Protocol apart from its contemporaries. First is the opportunity it gives to small-scale investors to back their favorite startups, which will disrupt the current venture capital industry by allowing everyday investors to support promising startups.
Historically, companies were limited to seeking funds from risk-averse banks or venture capitalists. Orbeon Protocol provides a platform where businesses can easily and quickly raise capital – without the red tape – by using their NFTs-as-a-Service and offering fractional NFTs (F-NFTs) to investors.
Security measures within Orbeon Protocol’s smart contract help set it above the competition. For starters, there is a “fill or kill” mechanism within its smart contract that refunds investors if a company fails to hit its funding target. In addition, team tokens are locked for at least one year and released quarterly afterward. As for the liquidity pool, it will be locked for ten years, preventing a rug-pull.
Between the ease of use for investors and startups looking for capital and Orbeon’s security features, it seems like a solid investment.
Analysts are forecasting a 6000% increase in Orbeon’s price, taking ORBN from its current $0.004 to $0.24. Only 40% of its 888,000,000 total supply is available during the presale period.
Utility, security, and accessibility make the Orbeon Protocol an attractive investment for the crypto community.
Several industry experts believe that Cardano’s price will most likely remain stagnant in 2023, despite some of the few positive signs witnessed in the early part of 2022.
Cardano, whose security measures and focus on sustainability make it stand out from the crowd, is considered by some to be a stable investment. However, Cardano’s price has fallen from a high of about $3 to the current price of about $0.4.
Ultimately, the exponential growth potential predicted for Orbeon’s ORBN token almost assures it will overtake Cardano’s ADA in 2023.
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