When it comes to cryptocurrencies with a market value higher than $150 million, Neblio (NEBL) is the top gainer today – currently up 18% from its price 24 hours ago.
This blockchain platform is very similar to the various other decentralized application (dApp)-supporting projects that are building a solution similar to Ethereum (ETH) – a place where businesses can launch their own tokens. Coins like Verge (XVG), EOS (EOS) and TRON (TRX) all have similar set-ups in development: enterprise blockchain solutions.
The only difference between those coins and the Neblio coin, however, is the fact that those blockchain networks are still in development. They are just theoretical investments at this point in time. NEBL, on the other hand, is about to launch their full-blown product:
Officially announcing Neblio Orion now in PRIVATE BETA!! Orion is our web wallet with NTP1 support! Not only can you now send & receive NEBL from any browser, but you can also create a brand new NTP1 token in just 2 clicks or send & receive your existing NTP1 tokens! pic.twitter.com/SNYUR0ZTqD
— Neblio Team (@NeblioTeam) February 17, 2018
For the next two days, it will be in beta mode – which means it’s not really live yet. Users can just play around with it, even start making their tokens.
The Neblio Orion Wallet is nearly here
There are already a couple of blockchain ventures that have launched their dApp-enabling platforms. NEO (NEO) and Cardano (ADA) are two of them. New token sales have already been launched and announced on both those systems. But now, they have some competition: the Neblio Orion wallet.
— Crypto Trader (@CryptoTrader16) February 18, 2018
The Orion wallet is where users can create their own Neblio tokens, which are called NTP! Tokens. It’s similar to how Ethereum (ETH) has ERC20 tokens and NEO has NEP5 tokens. With this new eWallet, you can build your business’ own tokens.
So, EOS (EOS) and TRON (TRX) investors will have to wait around until their favorite coin is actually launched on a platform. If these projects take too long (say, though the end of the year, for instance), then networks like Neblio (NEBL) may very well already have soaked up enough market share to pose a massive threat.
Do you guys think the timing matters – are you confident enough in the EOS product to hang around?
Disclaimer: This article should not be taken as, and is not intended to provide, investment advice. Please conduct your own thorough research before investing in any cryptocurrency.