Enter for a chance to win $10,000 worth of cryptocurrency and more

The more you donate, the greater your chances.

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  • Do you feel as if you're the last one to board the cryptocurrency bandwagon? You know what they say: better late than never.
  • If your issue is not knowing where to start, read on for details on the solution you've been waiting for.
  • Introducing The Complete Bitcoin (BTC) Investment Giveaway and the best part is, you can donate to charity for more entries.

The hype around cryptocurrency isn't going away. If you haven't explored this world, we have just the thing to finally get you in the game: The Complete Bitcoin (BTC) Investment Giveaway.

This giveaway is a dream as the winner gets $8,000 worth of Bitcoin on Coinbase, $2,000 worth of Ethereum on Coinbase, a Ledger Nano X Hardware Wallet to keep your coins safe, a Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Mastery Bundle, and more. All in all, the value of these prizes totals over $12,500.

For those who have been hesitant to invest in crypto, this giveaway is your chance to learn how to make smart investments and build your financial portfolio. The online courses included in the prizes are taught by cryptocurrency experts that can help you understand how blockchain works and where to go from here if you win.

How, you ask, do you enter? It's simple, all you have to do is make a donation to charity. For instance, $10 will get you 100 entries. Want more? 250 entries cost $25, 1,000 entries cost $50, and 2,500 entries cost $100.

Some of the proceeds will benefit the Playing For Change Foundation, a non-profit organization using music education to help children and communities in need around the world. In addition to bringing music to kids, the Foundation provides jobs to musicians and administrators globally.

Entries accepted until May 31st, 2021, at 11:59 pm PT, after which the winner (must be 18 or older) will be randomly selected.

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