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A good number of projects with various use cases and concepts have emerged as a result of the popularity of BRC20s. 

$ORNJ has emerged as an all in one suite for BRC20 initiatives. With its framework, you would be able to handle your bitcoin, ordinalNFTs and other BRC20-tagged products with the help of this project. 

 $ORNJ's most notable flagship product is Orange Wallet, a wallet that functions as a browser extension that allows you to manage all BRC20 related assets.

Orange Swap, a defi aggregator that allows you to swap BRC20 NFTs, stacks, and bitcoin is also part of its first unveiled products.

Interestingly, and consistent with the new normal, Orange assistant is an AI helper bot that provides quick information about products related to $ORNJ.

A close examination of all these flagship products reveal this project has a lot of usecases and tokenomics

The good news is that Bitget is that $ORNJ is currently trading live on Bitget.

 

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10 hours ago, MetaverseLawyer said:

A good number of projects with various use cases and concepts have emerged as a result of the popularity of BRC20s. 

$ORNJ has emerged as an all in one suite for BRC20 initiatives. With its framework, you would be able to handle your bitcoin, ordinalNFTs and other BRC20-tagged products with the help of this project. 

 $ORNJ's most notable flagship product is Orange Wallet, a wallet that functions as a browser extension that allows you to manage all BRC20 related assets.

Orange Swap, a defi aggregator that allows you to swap BRC20 NFTs, stacks, and bitcoin is also part of its first unveiled products.

Interestingly, and consistent with the new normal, Orange assistant is an AI helper bot that provides quick information about products related to $ORNJ.

A close examination of all these flagship products reveal this project has a lot of usecases and tokenomics

The good news is that Bitget is that $ORNJ is currently trading live on Bitget.

 

I could remember how I found myself investing in ORDI which is now a hot cake. Already having some ample bags of ORNJ there & prepped to HODL long-term hopefully to get good ROI just like what ORDI gave me.

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On 31/01/2024 at 21:39, Incarts said:

I had a good experience when I keyed into $ORDI on Bitget at its infancy, I've secured $ORNJ from the exchange as well. Just like the earlier I see immense potential too

Mubi is also a good a good one, provided nice prote & planning to grab RATS. ORNJ is also in my radar on Bitget!

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On 01/02/2024 at 07:35, Ambivert3 said:

I could remember how I found myself investing in ORDI which is now a hot cake. Already having some ample bags of ORNJ there & prepped to HODL long-term hopefully to get good ROI just like what ORDI gave me.

I think, now it's a good time to accumulate & I just grabbed some, will DCA soon...

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