Giving Back with Bitcoin This Holiday Season with 'The 12 Days of Bitcoin' 2018
It's “The 12 Days of Bitcoin” and in appreciation of an incredible 2018 Localcoin will be giving back to our clients this holiday season with two huge giveaways.
“We are very fortunate as a company to have experienced tremendous growth and success this past year. This would not have been possible without our amazing customers and team,” says Kayla Patullo, Localcoin's Director of Operations.
What a year it has been. At the beginning of 2018, Localcoin only had 30 Bitcoin ATMs in Ontario and now we have over 140 Bitcoin ATMs (and counting) across the country.
In addition, we've opened an OTC trading desk and offer one of the only prepaid cryptocurrency Visa cards in North America! None of this would have been possible without the public support, so its time to show our appreciation and give you a chance to win some amazing crypto prizes.
First, in mid-December, three lucky community members will be able to purchase their crypto at cost with no additional fees. Fees normally range from 6-12% of the total transaction costs for bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin, but our winners will be given the rare opportunity for some very significant savings.
For example, if a whole Bitcoin currently trades at $5,000 CAN, the purchaser would be saving up to $600 in fees alone.
Then, on Christmas Eve, Localcoin will announce our grand prize of two $100 prepaid crypto visa cards, each given to one lucky winner.
Along with being over the age of 18 with a valid Canadian Address, all you have to do to enter is share this article or a related contest post on social media and tag three friends before following us on Instagram or “liking” us on Facebook.
Help us spread the word and you could win.
“At Localcoin, we believe everyone deserves to have a joyful holiday, so we are incredibly excited to offer these amazing prizes! We hope this unique contest encourages the public to learn more about cryptocurrency and it's potential to revolutionize a number of industries.” says Patullo.