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Alternatives to Bitcoin for your portfolio: Ethereum (ETH), Fantom (FTM) and Orbeon Protocol (ORBN)

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Although Bitcoin (BTC) is often considered one of the best crypto investments of all time, for many investors it’s a little too late to get involved. Bitcoin (BTC) requires a significant amount of startup capital to get started and lacks the return many alternatives could offer. Three great alternatives to build your portfolio are Ethereum (ETH), Fantom (FTM), and Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) which is attracting investors with a predicted 6000% price surge. 


Will Ethereum (ETH) Hit New Highs After Its Shanghai Upgrade?

Ethereum (ETH) follows behind Bitcoin (BTC) as the second largest cryptocurrency in the world. Although it hit all-time highs of over $4,800, Ethereum (ETH) is still dwarfed by Bitcoin (BTC) in terms of price, despite having more applications throughout DeFi.

That being said, Ethereum (ETH) continues to pioneer the DeFi space. Its recent Shanghai upgrade has been met with much enthusiasm and will greatly enhance the staking process for Ethereum (ETH) investors. This upgrade could push Ethereum (ETH) to new highs, especially as the project solidifies its grasp on the NFT market. 

With the usability of Ethereum (ETH) consistently evolving, Ethereum (ETH) could offer better returns than Bitcoin (BTC) during the next bull market, even if it doesn’t match Bitcoin’s (BTC) huge price tag. 


Fantom (FTM) offers greater usability than Bitcoin

Despite consistently making headlines for its high price tag, Bitcoin (BTC) isn’t very practical in the DeFi space. Fantom (FTM), on the other hand, offers great utility. Created to solve what’s known as the blockchain trilemma, Fantom (FTM) is a blockchain that lets developers create a balance between scalability, fees, and transaction speeds. 

Following recent market increases, Fantom (FTM) has been one of the best performing cryptocurrencies in the market, increasing in value by 37.62%. Currently priced at $0.4617, Fantom (FTM) is significantly more affordable than Bitcoin (BTC) and could offer greater returns when the current bear market comes to an end. 


Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) combines DeFi And crowdfunding 

Acquiring funding is one of the biggest bottlenecks of any new startup. The process is long winded and resource intensive, with just 5% of startups acquiring funding. Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) looks to increase this success rate with its multi-chain DeFi launchpad. 

The Orbeon launchpad is designed for exciting new startups looking for a funding alternative. Startups can raise money using the Orbeon launchpad through the sale of equity-backed NFTs, which are fractionalized so investors can get involved for lower costs. 

Having already attracted thousands of investors during its presale, Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) has slowly become one of the most exciting DeFi presales in the market. Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) has already offered returns of over 2093% for early investors, with analysts speculating that Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) could increase by over 6000% before its presale ends. 

Investors who buy Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) tokens now will not only get Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) at a bargain but will also be eligible for a number of holder rewards. These include staking bonuses on the Orbeon exchange, discounted trading fees, and voting rights, which will cover future policies. 

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