Investors continue to flock to the InQubeta (QUBE) presale, raising over $1.7 million early on in the event. The progressive price changes at each of the event’s ten stages set investors who got in early up to 4x their capital. Those who join now can still 3x their investment before the event ends. InQubeta tokens are currently undervalued and exponential growth is expected once the presale is over and the tokens are launched on exchanges. Some projections have $QUBE prices rising as much as 50x in 2023.
Litecoin (LTC) and Polkadot (DOT) haven’t enjoyed the same level of investor interest the InQubeta presale has enjoyed. Polkadot aims to improve communications between different blockchains while Litecoin was designed to be more efficient than the Bitcoin (BTC) network. Both prices have seen some growth in 2023, but nothing close to what InQubeta investors stand to gain during the presale period alone.
InQubeta presale sets a new standard for AI-driven cryptocurrencies
The success InQubeta’s presale has enjoyed isn’t surprising to anyone who has closely monitored investor interest in the artificial intelligence (AI) industry in the past seven years, with investments going from $12 billion in 2015 to $120 billion by 2022. The increasing viability of AI is credited for this massive increase in investor capital as it appears clearer with each passing day how significant of a role the technology will play in the future. Investor interest in AI is expected to keep rising over the next several years and investments are expected to exceed $1.5 trillion by 2030.
The InQubeta network will help to guide a substantial portion of these funds to artificial intelligence startups that need capital to push the technology further. It does this by creating a more accessible investment medium than mainstream investment avenues and their elitist entry barriers.
The InQubeta project aims to make it possible for anyone, anywhere with a cryptocurrency wallet to become part owners of AI startups that might end up having a significant impact on the world. Investors of such companies set themselves up to earn exponential returns on their investments.
A more efficient way to invest
Companies looking for capital can fundraise by making equity-based non-fungible tokens (NFTs) on the InQubeta network after passing a verification process. The NFTs are listed on the marketplace where investors can purchase them using $QUBE. Startups get more capital to innovate with, while investors become part owners of their operations.
Keeping $QUBE tokens or, even better, staking them could turn out to be just as lucrative as buying partial ownership of AI firms. Stakers earn more $QUBE tokens periodically and a token supply cap plus a burn tax promotes the long-term price growth of $QUBE tokens. Investors also get to play a part in the project’s democratic governance model.
Litecoin (LTC) still has a long way to go
Litecoin has enjoyed some growth in 2023, but holders still have a long way to go to recoup 2022 losses. Litecoin is the second-most-popular pure cryptocurrency next to Bitcoin (BTC) and it has the potential for more growth this year as capital pours into the cryptocurrency space.
Polkadot’s (DOT) bull run comes to an end
Polkadot investors have seen the value of their portfolios rise a bit this year, but prices are once again trending downward. Many investors are dumping their holdings in favor of more profitable options like InQubeta with the potential to earn them 50x returns in 2023.
The InQubeta presale is one of the hottest events in the cryptocurrency market as it puts investors in position to grow their investments exponentially. With over $1.5 trillion expected to be directed into the AI space, the future looks bright for projects like InQubeta.