InQubeta (QUBE) has emerged as the leader of the class of cryptocurrencies that focus on artificial intelligence (AI), while Monero (XMR) and Ripple (XRP) investors watch their portfolios shrink as their last bull runs come to an end.
The InQubeta project takes on the inaccessibility of mainstream investment avenues by creating an easier-to-access, secure, and transparent alternative way to buy equity in AI startups. The project is mutually beneficial for the AI industry and investors who might not have access to mainstream alternatives, helping to advance the progression of artificial intelligence.
Monero is a pure cryptocurrency that provides something most pure cryptocurrencies don’t: true anonymity. The Monero protocol makes it impossible to retrieve the addresses of senders and recipients on all transactions, allowing for the traceless transfer of funds.
Ripple is also a pure cryptocurrency and its main focus is near-instant transactions and minimal fees. It’s an excellent payment method that has the potential for mainstream adoption as it doesn’t have the slow transaction speeds that plague older blockchains like the Bitcoin (BTC) network.
InQubeta (QUBE) establishes itself as the preferred AI investment in the cryptocurrency space
The artificial intelligence industry has surpassed some major milestones in the past few years and investments in the industry have increased exponentially as the technology becomes more viable. Artificial intelligence could end up being the most disruptive technological revolution in human history and it will likely change how governments, societies, and people behave. InQubeta is helping to push AI by making it easier to invest in startups that push the technology.
The European Union is close to passing sweeping regulations to help contain the risks AI poses to society, while U.S. Commander-in-Chief Joe Biden warns it will cause more changes than previous tech revolutions like the internet did.
Many tasks that are currently performed by humans will be fully automated in the next decade. Automation will create new industries and opportunities for smart investors to earn substantial returns on their investments. Thanks to the InQubeta network, investors no longer have to jump over hurdles or prove they meet strict income requirements to invest in AI startups that might end up making them substantial profits.
A new way to invest
Startups can fundraise on the QUBE network by making equity-based non-fungible tokens (NFTs) that are posted on the ecosystem’s marketplace. Investors buy them with $QUBE tokens, securing fractional ownership and, sometimes, other rewards like a share of profits.
The process is powered by InQubeta’s Ethereum-based blockchain and smart contracts that send investors any rewards promised. Investors can also choose to earn profits by staking their $QUBE to earn more. Rewards are frequently sent out from dedicated pools.
Ripple’s (XRP) bull run comes to an end
Ripple prices skyrocketed after its recent victory against the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), but the party appears to be over as prices have remained stagnant for over a week. Ripple prices are still more than 50% higher than they were before a U.S. court ruled XRP isn’t a security, and that seems to be the new floor.
Ripple has the potential to enjoy more growth later in the year, but even the most optimistic predictions don’t have it keeping up with QUBE’s presale growth.
Monero (XMR) prices decline steadily
XMR has enjoyed more growth than most altcoins in 2023, but the past month has been rough for investors as prices trend downward. Monero provides true anonymity on all transactions, fast speeds, and low fees.
The InQubeta project aims to make investment opportunities in AI more accessible while directing more capital to AI startups that need money to advance their projects. It has emerged as the preferred AI altcoin with the potential to enjoy over 100x growth in 2023.