FOR JUST $5 CANADIANS CAN PLAY FOR A CHANCE TO WIN 1,000 BITCOINS
GIBRALTAR, Dec. 18 2017 /CNW/ - Lottoland, the global leader in online lotto-jackpots, is launching the world's first officially licensed Bitcoin lotto jackpot. The jackpot is seeded at 1,000 Bitcoins (approximately $20 million+ CAN). Today's draw will take place at 8.30pm (GMT).
Bitcoin Lotto offers players from Canada - and several other countries around the globe - the chance to join the Bitcoin boom. Canadians can play Bitcoin Lotto online at www.lottoland.com/ca starting December 18, 2017. Daily draws will take place Monday through Saturday each week.
Bitcoin Lotto is based on the most popular lottery format in the world – 6/49 (choosing 6 numbers out of 49 balls). The odds of winning the Bitcoin Lotto jackpot is 14 million to 1, which is ten times more likely than winning a leading global lottery like EuroMillions.
Bitcoin Lotto is backed by Lottoland's insurance model, which guarantees all pay-outs and gives players access to the largest lottery jackpots in the world. To-date, Lottoland players have already won over $1.25 billion on the website.
"We're pleased to be able to announce the launch of this world exclusive Bitcoin jackpot. Today, 1,000 Bitcoins are worth over $20 million and might be worth even more by tomorrow. Bitcoin is a worldwide phenomenon, and Lottoland is giving our customers the opportunity to get involved," says Lottoland CEO Nigel Birrell.
About Lottoland Since launching in 2013, Lottoland has grown rapidly to become a world leader in online jackpots. Innovation, coupled with giving customers choice of products and value for money, has been key to the company's success.
Customers are able to play the outcomes of the biggest lotteries from around the world, with record jackpots available seven days a week. Major draws available with Lottoland include EuroMillions, WorldMillions, the famous Spanish Christmas Lottery "El Gordo" and America's PowerBall and MegaMillions lotteries. With Bitcoin Lotto, players bet on the outcome of the Spanish Bonoloto. The Gibraltar-based business is active in 12 markets, has over 350 employees and more than 7 million customers worldwide. Lottoland is licensed and regulated by the UK Gambling Commission.