Attention $RLB holders: Rollbit’s migration deadline looms

The decision to migrate $RLB from Solana to Ethereum was made due to user demand

Rollbit, the blockchain casino platform, has reminded its users of a deadline for holders of Rollbit Coin ($RLB) on the Solana network to migrate their coins to Ethereum. The migration deadline is May 1, 2024, after which $RLB will no longer be supported on Solana.

The decision to migrate $RLB to Ethereum came last year after a surge in demand from users, who believed that being on Solana limited $RLB's growth potential.

$RLB's journey has been one of consistent growth since its inception in November 2021. It has evolved from being introduced as a reward mechanism for users to becoming a sought-after cryptocurrency. The migration to Ethereum is seen as a crucial step to further unlock $RLB's potential.

To migrate $RLB to the Ethereum network, holders must first log in or register on the Rollbit platform. Once logged in, they can deposit their $RLB tokens to their Rollbit account. After depositing, holders have the option to either keep their $RLB on Rollbit or withdraw them to the Ethereum network.

This straightforward process ensures a smooth transition of $RLB tokens from Solana to Ethereum, providing users with continued access to their assets on the new network.

It is important to note that once RLB is deposited from the Solana network, it can only be withdrawn via the Ethereum network. Rollbit emphasizes that any other method of migration should be considered fraudulent.

Rollbit has been proactive in supporting $RLB's growth, introducing various features and updates over the years. These include $RLB trading directly on the Rollbit platform, as well as options for users to become liquidity providers and participate in activities such as sports betting and NFT trading.

In addition to the migration announcement, Rollbit also introduced changes to its blockchain protocol, further enhancing the value of $RLB. These updates have contributed to $RLB's overall surge in value.

Rollbit remains committed to supporting $RLB and its community, providing assistance to users throughout the migration process.

In other recent news, Rollbit introduced significant changes to its Provably Fair (PF) system, incorporating Verifiable Random Function (VRF) technology to enhance transparency and fairness for players.

The new system aims to streamline verification processes and provide instant, transparent results for popular games like Mines, Plinko, and NFT Lootboxes.

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Written by Silvia Pavlof

Silvia has explored various forms of writing, ranging from content creation for social media to crafting movie scripts. Drawing on her experience as a journalist specializing in the gambling sector, she is currently investigating the impact of cryptocurrencies and blockchain on traditional gambling and iGaming.

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