A closer look at some crypto coins - Orbeon Protocol (ORBN), Fantom (FTM), and Quant (QNT)

January 23, 2023 07:07 PM AEDT | By Richard Anderson (Guest)
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Orbeon Protocol (ORBN), Fantom (FTM), and Quant (QNT) are gaining traction in the crypto market as investors look for opportunities to capitalize on their potential. Analysts as well as investors are keeping a check on the key developments in the crypto market. Let us too take a closer look.

Orbeon Protocol (ORBN)

It's true that the wealthiest and most connected individuals are the only ones to benefit from the current venture capital industry. But with Orbeon Protocol (ORBN), that is all changing.

By leveraging blockchain technology and a decentralized network, Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) uses equity-based NFTs to make it easy for anyone to invest in high-growth startups. This means that even US$1 can get a slice of the pie and benefit from companies that would have otherwise been inaccessible.

For startups, the new Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) NFT system helps them to raise capital without having to beg venture capitalists for funding or take on large amounts of debt.

Smart contracts take security one step further on Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) – the new “Fill or Kill” mechanism ensures that a failed funding round results in a full refund for investors.

Unlocking unlimited possibilities in the world of finance begins with ORBN — a digital token that allows you to conduct trades and unlock platform features. By holding ORBN in the official wallet, investors can enjoy exclusive access to fresh NFT listings, lower trading fees, and project governance rights.

People are buying ORBN during phase 3 of the token presale.

Fantom (FTM)

Fantom (FTM) is a smart contract platform with a difference — it uses directed acyclic graph (DAG) technology instead of a blockchain to enable speedy, secure transactions. By using this data structure, Fantom (FTM) is one of the ideal platforms for developers to deploy decentralized applications (dApps).

Fantom (FTM) relies on the Lachesis Protocol to ensure distributed consensus. This protocol is much faster and more efficient than traditional blockchain-based networks, making Fantom (FTM) one of the promising platforms in the crypto space.

This impressive use of technology has seen Uzbekistan wanting to use Fantom (FTM) to modernize its IT infrastructure. This is a huge vote of confidence in the Fantom (FTM) project.

With 6.49 TX/sec, Fantom (FTM) was among the top six EVM blockchains in terms of usage from December 23-30, 2023, indicating that that Fantom (FTM) is gaining traction in the crypto market.

Quant (QNT) 

Quant (QNT) is here to tackle the interconnectivity challenge that blockchain networks currently face. The Quant (QNT) platform seeks to facilitate communication between different blockchains, allowing transactions to take place across multiple chains in a secure and efficient manner.

Quant (QNT) uses the QNT token as a form of payment on its platform. This token is used to pay for transaction fees, access premium services, and incentivize the development of applications built upon the Quant (QNT) blockchain.

The Quant (QNT) ecosystem has been gaining traction in recent months with several key players now using Quant (QNT) as a bridge between their legacy systems and the emerging blockchain technology.

With a key role to play in connecting different blockchains, Quant (QNT) is set to revolutionize the way we transact and make it easier for businesses to interact with each other.

To find out more about the Orbeon Protocol presale, click here.


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