Investors are curious to look at three of the best platforms leading the charge in NFT innovation, including Orbeon Protocol (ORBN), ImmutableX (IMX) and Polygon (MATIC).
With Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) selling millions of tokens during the presale, it is only a matter of time before this platform becomes a major player. Let’s take a closer look at what each of these NFT projects offers.
ImmutableX (IMX) is a scaling solution that enables NFTs to be minted and transferred with zero gas costs. With ImmutableX (IMX), no longer does the NFT industry need to be held back by the high cost of using traditional Ethereum-based platforms.
ImmutableX (IMX) achieves this with ZK-rollups — a type of blockchain technology that rolls transactions into a single transaction while still preserving the integrity of data stored on-chain.
ImmutableX (IMX) also offers an easy-to-use platform for developers, so they can quickly create NFTs and applications without needing extensive technical knowledge.
ImmutableX (IMX) is a complete game-changer that opens up the possibility of NFTs being used in a variety of different ways that were not possible before. As such, it’s easy to see why ImmutableX (IMX) is now adopted by some of the biggest NFT projects in the space.
The most impressive partnership to date is the one with GameStop (GME), which is now using ImmutableX (IMX) for its fledging NFT marketplace. This means that users will be able to buy, sell and trade NFTs with zero gas costs — all thanks to ImmutableX (IMX).
Polygon (MATIC) is another NFT scaling solution that has been gaining a lot of attention lately. Polygon (MATIC) is similar to ImmutableX (IMX) in that it allows NFTs to be created and transferred with small gas fees.
Polygon (MATIC), however, focuses on improving Ethereum (ETH) for a number of use cases, including NFTs. Plus, Polygon (MATIC) offers a range of scaling solutions, including Plasma, Optimistic Rollups, ZK-Rollups and more.
Polygon (MATIC) is rising in popularity and major companies — such as Instagram, Stripe and Prada — are taking advantage of its capabilities. There’s been a plethora of Web3 projects already harnessing the power of Polygon (MATIC), with over 30,000 to date.
The price of Polygon (MATIC) reflects its growing popularity and its value has nearly doubled since the start of 2023. Many experts are now predicting that Polygon (MATIC) could take off in the near future, and it’s not hard to see why.
Orbeon Protocol (ORBN)
Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) revolutionizes the crowdfunding landscape by being the first platform to leverage blockchain technology. What truly sets Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) apart is its use of equity-based NFTs, which allows users to invest in startups without having to go through all the traditional steps involved with investments.
Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) offers a plethora of advantages to its users. Some specifically being that startups are linked to a global pool of keen investors, investors aren’t locked out of the best investment opportunities, just a single dollar can be leveraged to invest in the next big startup, tokenization of equity increases liquidity for all parties and smart contracts automate the investment process.
ORBN, a utility token, is the life force behind Orbeon Protocol (ORBN). Staking ORBN tokens rewards Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) users with governance rights, staking rewards, access to private investment groups and more.
The presale of Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) has been hugely successful, with over 300 million tokens already sold so far. The remaining tokens are expected to sell out soon, current price being $0.071 in its seventh phase of presale, making this a great time to invest in this innovative blockchain project.
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