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Helium and Arbitrum Poised for Gains, but Rebel Satoshi Presale Attracts More Gold-Seeking Investors

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  • Helium (HNT) will provide mobile hotspot services in partnership with Telefonica.
  • Arbitrum ((ARB) could approve an $85 million grant proposal.
  • RebelSatoshi ($RBLZ) is gearing up for an official launch after selling over 116 million tokens.

Helium (HNT) will partner with Telefonica to provide mobile hotspot services. Arbitrum will also invest in new projects if its community approves the new grant proposal.

However, RebelSatoshi ($RBLZ) is the crypto project on the minds of all investors after its presale sold 116 million tokens. $RBLZ’s value is up by 120%. Yet, can it outperform many new ICOs? Let’s discuss.

Helium Partners with Telecommunications Giant

On January 24, 2024, Telefonica, a large telecommunication service provider, partnered with Helium (HNT), rolling out mobile hotspots in Mexico. Telefonica will leverage Helium’s mobile hotspots technology to cater to its growing user base. The announcement indicates rising interest in Helium’s services.

Furthermore, it comes amid Helium’s (HNT) recent market increase. HNT traded at $6.9458 at the turn of the year. It jumped by 7.3% to $7.4561 on January 17 before falling by 20.3% to $5.9391 on January 23. HNT then rose by 26.0% to $7.4887 by the end of January.

Helium (HNT) could rise further due to the growing demand for its services. However, some investors fear that Bitcoin’s recent decline could affect Helium’s (HNT) momentum. However, Helium’s (HNT) partnership with Telefonica will increase its trading activity. Furthermore, it could push HNT’s price up by 10.9% to $8.3085.

Arbitrum is Set to Allocate $85 Million Towards Investments

Arbitrum (ARB) is following through with plans to boost its network activity. On January 19, 2024, Arbitrum unveiled a proposal to spend $85 million on a new grant. The news follows Arbitrum’s (ARB) plan to invest in growth using funds from its $7 billion treasury.

Furthermore, it could bring bullish excitement to Arbitrum’s (ARB) recent performance. ARB sold at $1.7352 at the start of January. It rose by 17.3% to $2.0364 by January 17. ARB fell by 17.0% to $1.6893 on January 23 before recovering to $1.7638 at the close of January.

Arbitrum’s (ARB) $85 million grant proposal is the third in five months. The network is on an aggressive campaign to increase its user count. Analysts say Arbitrum (ARB) might succeed with its plans, thus pushing ARB’s value to $1.9035. Plans for continued expansion could make ARB one of the top crypto coins.

RebelSatoshi’s Presale Surpasses Early Expectations after Selling 116 Million Tokens

Rebel Satoshi ($RBLZ) is carving a name for itself by building a meme coin ecosystem. Its network is wholly dedicated to enshrining the values of decentralization throughout the crypto industry. It features a community that attracts like-minded folks interested in participating in fully decentralized ecosystems.

Rebel Satoshi ($RBLZ) aims to unite such individuals and build a community with significant financial value for its members. The project will also release an NFT collection featuring 9,999 pieces. Community members can trade these NFTs over RebelSatoshi’s ($RBLZ) marketplace.

Rebel Satoshi ($RBLZ) also offers meme coin benefits to community members, allowing them to send their funniest memes for gallery publication. Members of its Rebellion Secret Council will also enjoy special meetings and project updates.

You can still join RebelSatoshi’s ($RBLZ) blockchain ICO, although it is approaching its end. The project has sold 116 million $RBLZ tokens and raised over $1.5 million. It is now in the Monarchs Round four of its presale. $RBLZ costs $0.022, but it will rise by 13.6% to $0.025, which will usher in its February launch.

For the latest updates and more information, be sure to visit the official Rebel Satoshi Presale Website or contact Rebel Red via Telegram


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John Kiguru
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