Bitcoin Faucet Launches Lamborghini Huracan Giveaway

Francisco Memoria

One of the largest bitcoin faucets in the world, with over 19.3 million users, has recently launched a giveaway that’ll see a lucky winner get a Lamborghini Huracan LP 580-2, or a $200,000 payout in bitcoin.

According to FreeBitco.in’s website, the giveaway is set to end within 180 days, and will see a “lucky winner drive home a Lamborghini” at the end of the countdown. To participate in the giveaway, users have to earn “Golden Tickets” by betting through the website’s wagering games.

These ‘tickets’ may also be purchased for 0.00025 BTC a piece, or about $1.45 each. Thee faucet currently pays users fractions of a bitcoin every hour, meaning it would take at least days to gather enough BTC for one ‘ticket.’

FreeBitco.in's Lamborghini giveaway image

Once the contest ends, the faucet claims a provably fair lottery drawing will be conducted to pick which user will win the Lamborghini.  Notably, a Lamborghini is seen as a status symbol in the crypto space, as traders often refer to buying one as the epitome of success in cryptocurrency-related investments.

The faucet will, however, only send users in the United States the car if they win it, as those outside the country will “need to pay the excess shipping costs and any applicable taxes or fees” to receive the Lamborghini Huracan.

In lieu of receiving the car, however, the winner may also choose to receive $200,000 worth of BTC. The announcement reads:

The winner can also opt to receive US$200,000 in lieu of the car, paid in bitcoins using the exchange rate after the lottery drawing has been done.

As CryptoGlobe covered, FreeBitco.in recently added betting to its website, allowing cryptocurrency users to use BTC to bet on Game of Thrones’ finale. The website also lets users bet the flagship cryptocurrency on various other events, including sports.

Interestingly, a Bitcoin Satoshi’s Vision (BSV) supporter has earlier this year crashed his purple Lamborghini into a ditch.

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