I think gambling and trading don't go together. Recent events involving Beaxy, a centralized exchange that has ceased operations due to allegations of the founder misusing company funds for gambling, underscore this incongruity. Additionally, the well-known case of Sam Bankman-Fried comes to mind, where he purportedly lost a substantial portion of FTX's funds, an estimated hundred million, through gambling activities.

RLB's concealed offering lies in derivative trading, a fact primarily attributed to its lack of proper licensing, a claim that contradicts their assertions. What's intriguing is that these contrasting products, a casino and an exchange, are both available on the same platform.

There've been claims that Rollbit is engaged in unethical practices by providing fake balances to influencers. Lastly, some say there they're hyping because there are blacklist features. Be cautious!

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