Tron (TRX), Cardano (ADA), Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) Top Cryptocurrencies Picks For December

The cryptocurrency market is constantly evolving, and December is no exception. As we enter the final month of the year, three cryptocurrencies stand out as solid picks: Tron (TRX), Cardano (ADA), and Orbeon Protocol (ORBN). Of these three, Orbeon Protocol has been making huge waves lately. Currently, ORBN is in its third phase of the presale after being up 655% in its presale.


Tron (TRX)

TRON (TRX) protocol aims to provide even greater decentralization. The TRON (TRX) Foundation designed and implemented this protocol. It progressed relative to other crypto assets. In 2018, TRON (TRX) acquired BitTorrent, a well-known decentralized service with 100 million daily users.

Using delegated proof-of-stake (DPoS), the Tron (TRX) platform makes crypto transactions secure. The ecosystem of DApps and DeFi products is another benefit of Tron (TRX). TRON may change how content creators are compensated for their contributions.

In 2021, TRX also overtook Tether as the cryptocurrency with the most stable coins. The same year, TRON (TRX) implemented a DAO to drive future development. TRX is the preferred cryptocurrency for all decentralized projects on the TRON (TRX) platform. On its platform or any of the world’s biggest cryptocurrency exchanges, you can purchase TRON (TRX).


Cardano (ADA)

Cardano (ADA) is a seasoned veteran in the current crypto winter who has been through loads of highs and lows. Cardano (ADA) has withstood the test of time by offering its cryptocurrency and DeFi tools, such as smart contracts.

Cardano (ADA) is still trading at a significant premium to its genesis price of $0.0301, up 1467% from Cardano’s (ADA) all-time low. Investors that cashed out at Cardano’s (ADA) peak of approximately $3.00 in 2021 did exceptionally well.

Cardano’s (ADA) durability, advanced open-source technology, and good reputation make it a compelling investment opportunity. Cardano (ADA) should be included in a well-rounded portfolio, in our opinion. Possibly not a speedy return, but one for the long term.

Orbeon Protocol (ORBN)

Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) is revolutionizing crowdfunding by developing equity-based NFTs that let anybody invest as little as $1 in early-stage firms. These NFTs are issued by businesses wanting to raise capital on the platform and are backed by a portion of the project’s future equity, meaning ORBN holder’s investments will expand in line with the project’s growth.

All of this is achieved using the Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) and smart contracts audited by Solid Proof. These smart contracts also have built-in safety protocols, such as the ‘Fill or Kill’ mechanism, which safeguards investors’ funds if a firm fails to meet its fundraising objective.

The laws of the venture capital industry hinder ordinary individuals from investing in a startup early on. The barriers to entry are unreasonably high, and the process is challenging. Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) will change this forever.

Orbeon Wallet enables customers to buy, sell, and monitor their investments in a single location. The decentralized wallet will also feature fiat on- and off-ramps, making it easy to convert fiat currency into ORBN tokens (and vice versa).

ORBN will act as the native token of the Orbeon Protocol. ORBN will be used for governance, early deal access, staking, rewards, and reduced transaction fees, among other things. Orbeon Protocol is now available for $0.0302. Analysts foresee a rapid increase in price to $0.24 by the conclusion of the presale.

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