World’s oldest Bitcoin Faucet FreeBitco.in announces Lamborghini Prize in a Contest
Launched in 2013 and having 25.1 Million registered users while distributing over 187,000 bitcoins, FreeBitco.in is the leading and world’s oldest bitcoin faucet. The Bitcoin Faucet, which lets users get free BTC, was initially created by the Gevin Andresen who is known as “The Man Who Built Bitcoin” in 2010. By 2013, it had dispensed the last of its 19,715 BTC and thus left a void, which was filled by FreeBitco.in. With its provably fair algorithms and focus on user- satisfaction, FreeBitco.in has successfully created a trustless ecosystem for gamblers around the world.
With the growing popularity of Lamborgini, FreeBitco.in has announced its giveaway on May 1st of this year. The objective of the contest is simple — deposit, play, and collect golden tickets. The number of golden tickets you have will determine your chance of winning Lamborghini Huracan. — Higher numbers of golden tickets mean a higher chance of winning.
There are simple steps to enter the giveaway:
First, create an account in FreeBitco.in. Then, Collect Free Bitcoins or deposit your Bitcoins in the FreeBitco.in wallet. Play HI-LO dice game to participate in this contest. For every 500,000 satoshis (0.00500000 BTC) you wager on the game, you win 1 golden ticket. You can also buy golden tickets for a price of 25,000 satoshis (0.00025000 BTC). Win as many golden tickets as you can to increase your chance of winning Lamborgini Huracan. After the contest ends on October 31st, a lucky winner will be picked by using provably fair algorithms.
By this time, More than 3 million Golden Tickets have already been distributed. However, it’s not too late to start earning your own ones.
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