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Dogecoin (DOGE) and Shiba Inu (SHIB) are losing their appeal as traders seek out tokens with utility

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Every bull cycle there’s a new narrative for altcoins. In 2018 it was ICOs, in the last cycle it was meme coins, but the luster of top meme coins Dogecoin (DOGE) and Shiba Inu (SHIB) is now waning as investors look for serious tokens with actual utility.

Rollblock is stepping up to the plate. An actual utility token that’s now in stage 3 of its presale. With the appeal of lucrative staking rewards, analysts are predicting mouthwatering returns of 880% during the presale, and another 100x once it launches on the main exchanges.

Utility token Rollblock is setting the pace as this cycle looks beyond useless meme coins

Rollblock is quietly gaining traction in the latest bull cycle as investors start to look for a utility token that has more than a roadmap full of broken promises. This groundbreaking GambleFi platform merges the best aspects of centralized casinos with decentralized technology and with it all the fairness and transparency. 

It boasts the first casino-backed Play-to-Earn token, so Rollblock has already been able to capture the attention of big-time investors and gamers alike. At the heart is the $RBLK token, which enables all transactions, payments, and interactions within the Rollblock platform. 

Users can seamlessly engage in popular table games and sports betting with the token. A major draw for investors is Rollblock’s staking and passive rewards system, something many blockchain platforms fail to deliver on.

By staking $RBLK tokens, holders can earn a steady stream of passive income through the Hold-to-Earn program. Basically, the amount of tokens staked will ensure an allocation of the platform’s weekly income is rewarded.

As well as the ways to earn a passive income, there’s a strategic buyback and burn mechanism of this utility token. Rollblock will use up to 30% of their weekly profits to regularly repurchase $RBLK tokens from the open market and burn 50% of them, thus reducing the circulating supply and increasing token scarcity and an expected value increase. 

Is time up for Dogecoin (DOGE) and other top meme coins?

One of the most recognizable crypto, Dogecoin has grown from a one time joke to a major player in the industry. DOGE witnessed one of its greatest price surges in the last bull cycle, mostly thanks to high profile endorsements and tweets from Elon Musk.

DOGE became not only one of the top meme coins, but one of the leading cryptos in the entire market. Despite its past success, the DOGE price has faced volatility and this cycle is seeing a narrative shift from useless meme coins to actual utility tokens.

Shiba Inu (SHIB) could struggle to gain momentum this cycle

Shiba Inu launched in August 2020 and quickly gained notoriety as one of the top meme coins and an actual challenger to Dogecoin. It didn’t have the backing from the likes of Elon Musk, but the success of SHIB ensured it was one of the leading cryptos of the 2021 bull market.

Despite its meteoric rise, SHIB has since faced a significant price drop, and with investors looking for actual utility, some investors are moving away from meme coins. Could it be permanent? Meme coins can pump at any time, but with the narrative changing, we might not see SHIB gain its former highs.


Dogecoin and Shiba Inu led the market and shocked doubters in the previous bull cycle. And while they’re both still the top meme coins, with investors looking for actual utility, time could be up for them. Rollblock is coming along at the perfect time: a utility token that offers ways to earn a passive income, and with its presale still early, mesmerizing gains if analyst predictions of 880% during the presale and 100x after are only half correct.

Discover the exciting opportunities for the Rollblock (RBLK) Presale today!

Website: https://presale.rollblock.io/ 

Socials: https://linktr.ee/rollblockcasino 

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