Bitcoinist is excited to give away a total of 10 CoolWallet S hardware wallets to our readers this fall!
Summer is over and fall is here — and we’re happy to kick off the cool season with a special giveaway.
We’re giving away a total of 10 brand new CoolWallet S hardware wallets to any lucky participant.
How Do I Enter?
Taking part in the giveaway is easy. Simply follow these steps before November 30th, and winners will be announced on December 1:
1) Follow @Bitcoinist and @coolwallet on Twitter.
2) Retweet the tweet below:
Want to win a CoolWallet S? Retweet this tweet, follow @Bitcoinist and @coolwallet on Twitter, and join our newsletter to enter! https://t.co/5FG62gXRTz #Giveaway
— Bitcoinist.com (@bitcoinist) October 3, 2018
3) Sign up for our newsletter here.
That’s it! You’re entered!
No. Just keep an eye on your email, as the winner will be announced on December 1.
Anyone is free to take part (even if you don’t read Bitcoinist that much), regardless of where you live — because we ship globally!
“We’re happy to show our appreciation to our readers this fall by giving something that’s really useful,” said Norbert Radoki, CEO at Bitcoinist. “The CoolWallet S is the sleekest and one of the most secure wallets on the market today. It’s a personal favorite of the entire Bitcoinist staff, and we are happy to be giving them away!”
Why You Want It
The CoolWallet S is not only safe and secure — it’s incredibly good looking.
With this wallet, you’ll not only be able to protect your cryptocurrency investments and be your own bank — you’ll be able to show all of your coworkers and friends the sharpest looking cryptocurrency product available. The sleek, credit card-like design is sure to draw a lot of attention, and the Bluetooth-pairing security with Android and iOS devices makes sure nobody is going to steal your funds.
So, enter the giveaway now! (Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies not included, of course.)
Are you entering the giveaway for a free CoolWallet S? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!
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