This is a simple, fair, weekly Bitcoin lottery.
There are 3 ways to get in and it costs 0.001btc per play.
Every Sunday, we will randomly draw one of the wallet addresses that paid in. That lucky address will receive 90% of the total funds that we have in our lotto wallet. Simple! Every draw WILL have a winner.
Use one of these 3 ways to get in on the fun.
If your wallet is on the same device that you're reading this on, you can get in on the action by hitting the "Play Now!" button below to send the 0.001btc. What could be easier?
You can also scan this QR code to send us 0.001btc and get in. Don't worry, you'll be able to see and confirm the amount.
You can also send 0.001 BTC from your wallet by copy/pasting our Bitcoin address 1JGutqGEed7ab8r2aTMpD1UAxBXeH5kD9i into the send feature of your wallet.
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We need 10 players to make the weekly draw. If we don't get 10 players in a given week, the draw will be postponed until the next week or whenever we get 10 players.
Once we have over 10 players, we will randomly draw one of the wallet addresses that paid in. We do this by using Google's random number picker. The transaction line number of the wallet address that matches the random number will receive 90% of all the coins collected for that draw. We keep 10% because, hey, running a website this awesome ain't cheap.
Someone WILL win the jackpot every draw. For example, if 10 people play, there will be 0.01btc in the wallet. Every player will have a 1 in 10 chance to win 9 times what they put in! You can enter as many times as you want for more chances to win.
Could we be a scam? Sure. Are we? Hell no!
Explore our wallet address to see how many players are in this week's game and view our past payouts. View our wallet.
See for yourself by following our transaction history and current balance that we pay out 90% of what we take in once we have a minimum of 0.01btc in our wallet.
We will do exactly what we promise we will.
Why? Because the internet runs on trust and if you can't trust someone offering you free Bitcoin, then who can you trust?