Orbeon (ORBN) Presale Is Nearly Sold Out, But Tron (TRON) And VeChain (VET) Price Remains Flat

It is no secret that phase 1 of Orbeon’s (ORBN) presale has been a success so far. The project has sold over half of the available tokens in just a few days, and the presale is nearly sold out. However, Tron (TRON) and VeChain (VET) prices have remained flat during this time. Let’s take a look at the reason behind this.

Tron (TRON)

Tron (TRON) is a blockchain-based platform for the development of decentralized applications (dApps). The project’s slogan is “Decentralize the Web” and its goal is to create a decentralized internet that challenges mainstream media giants, such as Netflix and Facebook.

With 186 million transactions in the past month alone, it seems that Tron (TRON) is on track to achieve its goals. Plus, the Tron (TRON) blockchain has just become the official blockchain infrastructure of Dominica, a country in the Caribbean.

Despite this bullish news, the price of Tron (TRON) remains flat. It currently sits at a price of $0.06184, which is 79.42% down from the all-time high of $0.3004.

VeChain (VET)

Vechain (VET) is a blockchain platform that is built for enterprise use, especially when it comes to supply chain management. At the heart of the VeChain blockchain is the native VET token, which automatically generates another token, VTHO, that is used as gas to power transactions on the network.

One of the key selling points of VeChain (VET) is its partnerships with major corporations, such as BMW, Walmart China, BMW, PwC, and DNV GL. The VeChain team comprises experienced developers from leading companies such as PwC, Draper Associates, and Microsoft.

With strong fundamentals, it’s no surprise that VeChain (VET) has managed to secure some impressive partnerships. But while the partnerships are increasing, the price of VeChain (VET) remains flat. VeChain currently sits at a price of $0.2782, which is 91.49% down from its peak of $0.2782.

Orbeon Protocol (ORBN)

Getting in on the ground floor of successful projects and startups is the ideal strategy for most investors. However, the traditional routes of venture capital investment stop most people from getting involved. This is where Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) comes in, which is a decentralized investment platform that allows anyone to invest in startups with as little as $1.

Powered by blockchain technology, users of Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) have the chance to purchase fractionalized NFTs that represent a portion of a startup’s equity. This is a game-changer for the venture capital industry as it’s a win-win for both startups and investors. Startups get the funding they need to grow quicker than ever before, while investors can buy into these previously unavailable opportunities with relatively low amounts of capital.

While this is a new way of investing, investors are still protected by Orbeon Protocol’s security features. For example, smart contracts come with a ‘Fill or Kill’ mechanism that requires startups to reach their funding goals within a certain period of time, or the funds will be returned to investors.

The Orbeon ecosystem features a native utility ORBN token, which comes with a number of benefits to holders, including access to early funding rounds, discounts on trades, rewards for staking, and so much more.

Orbeon (ORBN) is currently in phase 1 of its presale, which has sold 95,313,632 out of the 177,600,000 ORBN available. The initial price for ORBN is $0.004, but this is expected to rapidly surge to over $0.24. With the crowdfunding market worth a staggering $13.5 Billion, capturing even a small portion of this could mean big things for holders of Orbeon (ORBN).

 Find Out More About The Orbeon Protocol Presale

Website: https://orbeonprotocol.com/
Presale: https://presale.orbeonprotocol.com/register 
Telegram: https://t.me/OrbeonProtocol 

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