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Orbeon Protocol To Follow Solana & Big Eyes Coin Regarding Sustainability

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Updated by Petar Jovanovic

Most companies talk about sustainability, but what does that actually mean? How about a strong roadmap, efficient, eco-friendly technology, and a business model that gives something back? 

Here are 3 companies that meet that definition: the new trading platform Orbeon Protocol (ORBN), currently in Phase 2 of its presale, cryptocurrency Solana (SOL), and the new meme coin Big Eyes (BIG). Read on for more about their sustainability.


Orbeon Protocol (ORBN): moving forward by giving back

True sustainability is about being eco-friendly at the same time as giving something back. That’s the ethos that underpins Orbeon Protocol (ORBN), a new platform for crowdfunding and VC. From a sustainability perspective, Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) shapes up well in a number of ways.

Orbeon Protocol (ORBN)’s advanced blockchain technology ensures energy-efficient processing via being based on the Ethereum chain. Third, Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) opens up a new market to smaller investors, by minting new business opportunities into fractionalized, easily affordable NFTs.

This delivers a quick and efficient route to funding for new ventures. As Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) allows start-ups to offer rewards and equity-based NFTs to investors, it therefore allows everyday investors to break into the venture capital market.

After a successful Phase 1 prelaunch, Phase 2 is now offered at a price of $0.014. Some analysts are already speculating on an Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) launch price of $0.24, which would represent a 6000% return. No wonder so many people are flocking to invest in this attractive and sustainable business opportunity.


Big Eyes (BIG): oceans of sustainability

Big Eyes (BIG) is something of a stand-out in the new meme coin space: unlike the dog themes of its competitors, its logo has a cuddly cartoon cat with endearingly large eyes. Big Eyes (BIG) is different in another way too: it pledges to sustain the oceans by committing 5% of its supply to seaborne charities.

But Big Eyes (BIG) can only help to sustain the oceans if it has a stable, successful and sustainable business model. And the initial signs are good, for both Big Eyes (BIG) and the oceans. The 5 initial prelaunch stages raised over $9m, and the current Stage 6 of 15 continues to build on that successful momentum.

Many expert analysts believe that Big Eyes (BIG) has the image, products, drive, technology, investment, staff and green credentials to succeed in the increasingly crowded meme coin market. And who are we to argue with the experts?

Solana (SOL): sure as the sunrise?

Do a Google search for the top ten cryptocurrencies, and you’ll find Solana (SOL) features strongly. That’s some performance from a company that’s only been publicly traded since 2020. Solana (SOL) competes directly with Ethereum (ETH), differentiating itself by being faster, greener, and more cost-effective.

Anyone who invested in the initial launch price of $0.69 in 2020 is sitting on a very healthy return, with the current price of around $15 – although that represents a big hit from the pre-crash high of nearly $260. To be fair, however, Solana (SOL) is not alone in that respect.  

With super-energy-efficient technology that helps to keep emissions from processing low, Solana (SOL) has that side of the sustainability equation sorted. And even though Solana (SOL) has endured a few more ups and downs than most, we still think it has enough to gain, sustain and remain!

Solana (SOL) and Big Eyes Coin (BIG) both already enjoy a strong reputation for being eco-friendly. But they are about to be joined by a new kid on the block: Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) has all the potential to follow Solana (SOL) and Big Eyes Coin (BIG) in terms of sustainability.

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