Cointed is partnering payment solutions company to provide a crypto debit card that aims to make payments in crypto part of everyday life. Those who contribute to the Cointed ICO during December have the chance to win a crypto debit card.
Why a Crypto Debit Card?
Clients will link their wallets to the card, in the same way traditional cards work. Payments will be charged in crypto but the merchant has the opportunity to get paid in fiat. This will allow people who want to spend their crypto to do so without forcing merchants to accept digital currency in their stores.
During the Cointed ICO, anyone who contributes with more than 20ETH will get a Cointed Limited crypto card for free.
However, 20 ETH is quite the amount to invest. Everyone who invests in the period from 00:00:01 UTC on Thursday, December 7, 2017, to 00:00:01 UTC on Thursday, December 14, 2017, will be eligible to win one of the five crypto debit cards. To increase your chances, Cointed will weight the chance that you win a card with the amount you invested. So, the more you invest during this period, the more likely you are to win.
Of course, people who choose to invest more than 20 ETH will still get the Cointed Limited crypto card and will be eligible to participate in the draw.
The only requirements to participate are: make your investment during said period and have your email address linked to your wallet. This can be done on the Cointed Token Website. Your linked email address would not be disclosed to third parties and the only reason it is needed is to contact the winners.
The formula used for determining the chance to win a card will be:
Unfortunately, only people located in a SEPA country will be able to participate. Further information for the card you may find in the Cointed Crypto Debit Card Terms or Cointed Whitepaper
Winners will be informed via email. Make sure to follow CoinStaker’s latest Bitcoin News as well as Cointed’s social media profiles to find out who the winners are! Stay tuned!
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