The InQubeta (QUBE) project has emerged as the top cryptocurrency linked to artificial intelligence (AI). Its presale has already raised over $1.8 million in token sales as investors rush toward a project that provides more real-world value than most cryptocurrencies.
The success of the InQubeta presale has left other AI-focused altcoins like Chainlink in the dust, as it offers substantially higher returns. Investors who join the InQubeta presale now put themselves in a position to grow their holdings by over 300% before the event ends.
The QUBE platform opens up investment opportunities in the artificial intelligence industry by creating a decentralized alternative to traditional investment avenues that anyone with a cryptocurrency wallet can access. It increases the flow of capital into the artificial intelligence sector while allowing those who might have been denied entry to traditional channels (due to ridiculous requirements like minimum deposits that are more than what 90% of the global population makes yearly) the opportunity to earn profits by investing in AI.
InQubeta (QUBE) takes the spotlight off other AI-focused cryptocurrencies
The InQubeta project uses the power of ERC-20 non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and smart contracts to create a secure and transparent way to invest in AI while providing an alternative way for startups to raise cash to advance their projects.
The success of the InQubeta (QUBE) presale isn’t much of a surprise to anyone who has monitored investor attitudes toward AI in the past decade. Many companies that promote advancements in the industry have enjoyed a massive influx of capital since 2015. Investments in AI have grown by over $110 billion since then, and current projections have that number surpassing $1.5 trillion by 2030.
The QUBE project is perfectly positioned to help direct these funds to startups that need them while providing investment prospects to those who might not have access to mainstream financial firms.
An alternative investing channel
The InQubeta network using a blockchain-based approach to create investing opportunities allows it to bypass the unreasonable requirements many mainstream investment firms have. Companies that have been approved by the InQubeta team can fundraise on the ecosystem by making equity-based NFTs that are the blockchain version of stocks.
These tokens represent partial ownership of the companies behind them, and unlike some cryptocurrencies, their value isn’t based solely on speculation. The value of these tokens is based on the value of the companies that make them, so they increase as these companies expand and acquire more assets.
InQubeta investors get full ownership of tokens once sales are done, allowing them to hold them long-term or sell for profits whenever they want.
The well-thought-out token economics of the InQubeta ecosystem also makes holding on to $QUBE tokens virtually as profitable as partnering with AI startups. A burn tax and a 1.5 billion token limit push the long-term price growth of $QUBE.
Chainlink (LINK) growth is not expected to keep up with QUBE
Chainlink prices have risen steadily over the past month as investors rush toward platforms that promote the use of artificial intelligence. Chainlink is another solution-based crypto project that allows blockchain networks to communicate with the external world.
Its platform allows the developers of AI programs to extract data that helps to train their models. It also allows developers to create more powerful decentralized applications that use external data for their calculations.
Chainlink is expected to enjoy more growth in 2023, but even its best projections don’t have its prices growing as much as InQubeta’s.
InQubeta has taken the lead as the most popular AI-focused cryptocurrency, as its presale raises over $1.8 million early on. The solutions the platform provides by making investments in AI more accessible while pushing the advancement of the technology virtually ensure the project’s long-term success.