The latest thing that Bitcoin has become involved with is Lottoland. They are now offering the chance for you to win millions of pounds worth of the first and arguably most popular cryptocurrency.
After skyrocketing over the past twelve months, one Bitcoin is now worth £11,000 (approximately). It is becoming more and more accepted in mainstream life, Lotto has jumped at the opportunity to work closely with this virtual currency.
If you choose to be part of the Bitcoin Lotto, you could be in with the chance of winning 1,000BTC tokens every single week, and this is currently worth more than £11million.
The Bitcoin Lotto works in a similar way to the normal Lotto, where players will need to match 6 numbers to win the jackpot, which starts at 1,000BTC. One ticket will cost you £3, and you have a one in 7 chance of winning a prize, making it ten times easier to win than the Euromillions.
Lottoland has said;
“This incredibly Bitcoin jackpot is the first of its kind and you won’t find anything like it anywhere else…Furthermore, Lottoland will be increasing the Bitcoin jackpot from time to time, so you can continually bet on bigger and bolder Bitcoin bonanzas…Don’t forget, there are plenty of additional prizes too – just match two or more numbers and you’ll be one of our lucky winners.”
There will be draws taken at 8:30PM Monday to Saturday and you can buy your ticket from the Lottoland’s Bitcoin page on the website, where you will be able to select six numbers on your ticket, or opt for a ‘QuickPick’, which is much the same as a Lucky Dip. Should you win, you have the option of having your prize paid in Bitcoin, if you have a virtual wallet, or in pounds if not.
Lottoland has said that you do not have to be an expert, or have any real interest in cryptocurrencies even;
“Our Bitcoin boffins take care of all the technical stuff, so all you need to do is pick 6 numbers and cross your fingers for a humungous Bitcoin payout…Don’t have a Bitcoin wallet? No problem! We can help you set one up, or you can simply choose a cash equivalent and be paid directly to your nominated bank account. How you get paid is entirely your choice.”Original Image Source: Wikipedia CommonsSponsored by