The price of BitTorrent Token (BTT) surged by over 75% following the announcement that the Tron network, on which BTT is issued, reached 200 million users. However, the token has since dropped around 30% and currently trades at around $0.0000008. Potential investors may be deterred by questions surrounding the token's utility. For those interested in alternative high-potential coins, TG.Casino, a new Telegram-based crypto casino protocol, may be worth considering. TG.Casino has already seen success, with over $38 million wagered on the platform by over 2,450 players. The platform's presale has raised over $3.5 million and offers a unique value proposition, simplifying crypto gambling for non-crypto native users. Early investors in TG.Casino are already making yields of around 170%, and the platform plans to implement a token buyback scheme to raise the token's price and provide passive income to token stakers. However, it is important to note that investing in cryptocurrencies carries high risks.