The World’s First Bitcoin Lottery is Offering a 1,000 BTC Prize

Nishanth Shetty

December 21, 2017 1:25 pm

The World’s First Bitcoin Lottery is Offering a 1,000 BTC Prize | Coindelite News
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If anyone does not want to invest buy bitcoin, now has a chance to get it. One of Ireland‘s best-known lottery operations is offering a bitcoin prize worth millions of dollars. But in exchange for picking only the six numbers, beginners- who do not limit to the Republic of Ireland – will be entered into a draw whose current jackpot stands at 1,025 BTC. The Lottoland is confident that a huge number of bettors are ready to take their chances.

Play and win Bitcoin

Lottoland, found in 2013, is one of Ireland’s best-known lottery operators. It’s courted controversy in the beginning for letting the punters bet on lotteries conducted on other jurisdictions such as America’s Powerball and Europe’s Mega Millions. Anyhow, the company has earned a sizeable market share in Emerald Isle, which was helped by its amazing marking technics.

Launching its own Bitcoin Lottery, Lottoland is cashing in on the craze for the cryptocurrencies that is sweeping the world, through bitcoin at the top of the charge. The website has mentioned: “The world is going Bitcoin bonkers and so are we!”. Players will be required to match all six numbers on their card to scoop the $18 million bonanzas, anyhow, smaller payouts can also win. One in seven bets will win a prize of some other kinds.

Wow! it’s Bitcoin

Players who seem themselves in the desirable position of winning will be faced with a problem: they will have to accept their prize in fiat currency or have the some sent as cryptocurrency to their bitcoin wallet. With annual revenue of around $355m, more than 300 employees and around six million customers – many of whom hail from outside of Ireland – Lottoland have been enjoying great success.

Company’s manager Graham Ross says:

“Bitcoin is a worldwide phenomenon, and Lottoland is giving our customers the opportunity to get involved in the big league.”

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