THE LEDGER: Rollbit takes over ETH, Divvy.Bet NFT staking, Twitch casino ban & X memecoins

The latest crypto gambling news featuring 0xCocobets, Divvy.Bet, Rollbit and a new memecoin

Rollbit reports that 0.13% of all Ethereum transactions came from Rollbit deposits and withdrawals. The platform has grown immensely since the beginning of 2023 with thousands of new users joining the casino or purchasing Rollbot NFTs.

New cryptocurrency casino 0xCocobets has begun sharing revenue with eligible token holders. A minim amount of 50,000 COCO tokens must be held in a web3 wallet to receive a portion of the casino’s revenue.

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A range of new multiplayer casino games have been added since its launch including Bitcoin price updates every second and the max bet limit raised to $100k.

Over on Solana, Divvy.Bet shared news of their new partnership with PRNT Inc. and introduced the ability to bet with PRNT tokens on the Divvy.Bet platform.

Since launching their NFT collection in late July the team has announced that NFT staking, and revenue shares will commence within the next 2 weeks.

On streaming platform Twitch, gambling streamers are being kicked off the platform thanks to the platform's new gambling ban. The streaming service added casino game operators Gamdom and Blaze to their list of banned sites which includes Rollbit, Stake.com, Duelbits, and Roobet.

And finally, a new crypto memecoin called ‘x’, named after Twitter’s rebrand, has made its way to Coingeko’s trending list only days after appearing on the Ethereum blockchain.

Calling themselves the “XARMY” the crypto coin’s founder says the token comes with “no intrinsic value or expectation of financial return.”

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Written by Alex Buckley

Alex is an editor at CryptoGamblingNews.com who focuses on cryptocurrency and web3 gambling.

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