Cardano (ADA) and Solana (SOL) Holders Left Unhappy, Analysts Say Don’t Miss Out On Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) Presale

Cryptocurrencies compete for market share, but a high tide can raise all ships. Cardano and Solana investors recognize innovation when they see it and that’s why they’re buzzing about Orbeon Protocol (ORBN). Orbeon Protocol is still in the second phase of its presale and the price is expected to rise from its current level of $0.021 to $0.24 in the coming months

So why are so many Cardano (ADA) and Solana (SOL) holders buzzing about Orbeon Protocol (ORBN)?


Orbeon Protocol (ORBN)

Orbeon Protocol is crowdfunding and venture capital reimagined. The revolutionary decentralized investment platform is removing the gatekeepers from the industry and making it so anyone can invest in the next great unicorn startup. Orbeon Protocol achieves this through a combination of features. 

Orbeon Protocol mints fractionalized NFTs that represent the equity of promising startups. Orbeon Protocol will select only the best high-potential startups to appear on the platform. Investors can make fractional investments in these companies by buying and trading their NFTs for as little as $1. This flexible approach empowers anyone to become a venture capitalist while startups can raise capital more efficiently. 

Orbeon Protocol has a “Fill or Kill” mechanism that protects investors from failed rounds of fundraising. The mechanism is built right into the smart contract and will automatically return the funds to investors in the case that fundraising fails. 

Orbeon Protocol’s ecosystem is fueled by the ORBN token. It offers holders perks like governance rights, transaction fee discounts, staking, and access to exclusive investor groups. The total supply is 888,000,000 tokens currently worth $0.021 each. Market experts predicted a 6000% ORBN price surge from the initial price of $0.004 to $0.24 in the weeks to come

While that’s exciting price action, Cardano and Solana holders might be attracted to the Orbeon Protocol for different reasons.


Cardano (ADA)

Cardano was founded in 2015 by the polarizing Charles Hoskinson, who is also a co-founder of Ethereum (ETH). Cardano uses proof-of-stake to validate transactions. Cardano is one of the most peer-reviewed blockchains in the world. Cardano has amassed a large following on social media due to its long-term vision of helping create a more free and decentralized society. Charles and the Cardano team take a slow and steady approach to development and they communicate the dangers in rushing things. 

Cardano holders who appreciate the project’s vision can also respect the disruptive technology that the Orbeon Protocol is bringing to the crowdfunding and venture capital industry. Like Cardano, Orbeon aims to help people who have been left out of the world’s financial system by introducing radical innovation. 

Solana (SOL)

Solana is a popular layer-1 blockchain and one of the largest cryptocurrencies by market cap at the time of this writing. The project’s goal is to provide smooth communication between every component in its massive ecosystem and is known as a go-to NFT platform. Unlike Cardano, Solana took over the crypto market with style and haste. While there have been hiccups, Solana is looking to provide its services now while also developing in the background. While Cardano holders are more attracted to Orbeon Protocol’s long term vision and removal of gatekeepers, Solana fans relate more with Orbeon’s NFT minting and disruptive innovation. 

While Cardano (ADA) and Solana (SOL) have different philosophies, they are both behind compared to the hallmark 525% price increase of the Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) presale.

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