Tuesday, February 18, 2020

France Dominos bitcoin contest, lucky winner stands a chance to win 100k euros in BTC

The Takeaway:

Domino's France has announced a contest in which they are giving away 100,000 Euros in cash or bitcoin to one lucky winner. Currently, 100,000 Euros are worth more than 11 BTC. This contest will run from 4th September to 6th October.

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In celebration of its 30th anniversary, Dominos in France is organizing a contest which will run from 4th September to 6th October. One lucky winner will win 100,000 euros, and he can decide whether he wants the prize in cash or the bitcoin. At the current rate, 100,000 Euros are worth more than 11 BTC. 

Domino’s France tweeted that for their 30th birthday they are giving away 100,000 Euros in cash or bitcoin with other thousands of gifts. The contest is named Jump the Bankwith this contest the famous pizza company has shown its positive stance towards the cryptocurrency. This is a first-ever contestant in which a winner stands to win such a huge amount of BTC

Pizza has a special relationship with the crypto community as the first known transaction in crypto was done to buy two pizza. In May 2010 computer programmer Lazlo Hanyecz paid 10,000 BTC to buy a couple of pizza from Papa Johns. Today 10,000 BTC are worth $100 million. 

This giveaway contest by Dominos could prove to be beneficial for the crypto market in general as it would attract many eyes towards the bitcoin. Let us know in comments what do you think about this contest?

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Paul Rea
Paul Rea
Paul is a graduate from the Queensland University of Technology and has a demonstrated history of working in the computer and network security industry. Apart from being a dedicated author, Paul also has an interest in graphic designing.

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