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Vanguard Remains Anti-Bitcoin ETF, Monero Rival Awaits Significant Growth

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Vanguard has always stayed away from Bitcoin, claiming it is too volatile an asset. But with the recent change of the company’s CEO, people are anticipating a different philosophy. However, Salim Ramji, the new CEO states that he is ready to uphold the current company’s standard and the company will have nothing to do with Bitcoin, let alone launching a Bitcoin ETF.

In other news, Monero has been on an upward trend increasing from around $130 to over $140 since the middle of May. But there is a new challenger that seems to be some steps ahead, Borroe Finance ($ROE). This project is ready for listing on crypto exchanges and analysts have predicted it to have a surge that will be highly profitable for early investors.


Borroe Finance ($ROE): Monero’s New Rival

Borroe Finance’s approach is to lower the barrier to Web3 entry through its AI-powered and NFT-based funding marketplace, making it a CrossFi. This approach is pivotal in helping Borroe Finance ($ROE) top the DeFi crypto list since it enables Web3 players to generate instant cash through the sale of discounted non-fungible tokens (NFTs).

Primarily, Borroe Finance allows Web3 businesses and content creators to mint future incomes as NFTs, which they sell to interested buyers on its peer-to-peer (P2P) platform. As a result, Borroe Finance has a potentially high adoption. Borroe Finance is powered by the Polygon blockchain, and this ensures that transactions are fast, transparent, and cheap. 

Artificial intelligence is also at the heart of the network, given that it ensures optimal risk assessment through AI-generated credit scores that determine users’ loan eligibility.

The project has raised more than $4.5 million so far. Borroe Finance is showcasing itself as a significant game-changer in the crypto community. The platform is materializing one of the ideal liquidity pools in Web3, and it has already created a scenario of the fear of missing out which is already spreading through the ecosystem.

New Vanguard CEO says The Company Has No Plan for Bitcoin ETFs

Vanguard’s new CEO, Salim Ramji has said that he has no plans to reverse the company’s policy on launching Spot Bitcoin ETF. This announcement was published on May 15 from the Interview with Ramji. This came amidst the speculations that Ramji would make a change to the company’s policy because of his background.

For context, Ramji led BlackRock’s ETF project which allowed the company to gain some traction last year. He was BlackRock’s head of iShares and index investing globally before his exit in January. He started his career leading the firm’s corporate strategy and left as its head of US wealth advisory.

But in the interview with Barrons, he said he would stand by what Vanguard represents, which is consistency. And crypto-related investments do not align with that because of the volatility of the crypto market.


The success of Spot Bitcoin ETFs has been evident over the months, and people thought Vanguard would finally join the race because the new CEO has worked on Bitcoin ETF in the past. However, Salim Ramji has decided to uphold the investment policy of the company. Another profitable investment opportunity has also opened, Borroe Finance, a new AI crypto coin that is rising fast to become the best DeFi crypto.

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