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Bitcoin Advocate Dismisses ETF Potential for XRP, BCH, and LTC as Rollblock Gears Up to Improve Online Gambling

Rollblock is making waves in the crypto industry with its innovative approach to online gambling using blockchain technology. Analysts predict that Rollblock could become one of the top altcoins to watch in 2024.

Meanwhile, Michael Saylor, a prominent Bitcoin advocate, has suggested that other tokens like Ripple (XRP), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), and Litecoin (LTC) may not receive approval for an ETF from the US Security and Exchange Commission (SEC).

Rollblock (RBLK) is revolutionizing online casinos by introducing a GambleFi protocol on the blockchain, offering features like easy registration without KYC verification and a revenue share model for token holders. The platform also rewards members with RBLK tokens for achieving milestones.

The RBLK token has shown strong growth potential, with a presale phase selling over 9 million tokens and a projected growth of 1,200%. Investors are excited about the revenue share model and the prospect of Rollblock buying back tokens from the market each month.

XRP has seen marginal growth recently as it awaits a reply brief from the SEC in a lawsuit regarding its security status. XRP holders are optimistic about a positive outcome that could lead to a surge in the token’s value.

Bitcoin Cash (BCH) has experienced a rally, gaining 14% in value in the past week and nearing the $500 mark. A bullish sentiment could see BCH establish support at $500 and potentially reach $600 in the near future.

Litecoin (LTC) has completed over 37 million transactions in 2024, showcasing its growing popularity in the crypto industry. Although Litecoin’s price has not seen a significant rally yet, indicators suggest that it may surpass $100 by July.

Overall, Rollblock’s innovative approach to online gambling and the growth potential of tokens like XRP, BCH, and LTC highlight the dynamic nature of the crypto market in 2024.

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