Binance, the largest cryptocurrency exchange in the world, launched last Tuesday a game in which there will be a winner who will receive a Bitcoin and 20 other selected users who will be able to share an accumulated prize of US$10,000 in the cryptocurrency, US$500 in Bitcoin each.

The challenge is called Bitcoin Button and is already available on the Internet. The rules of the game are simple: the last person to press the button wins one Bitcoin. The game will start when the number of registered players reaches 50,000. However, it should be noted that the button can only be pressed once.

While it will be only one person who will win a Bitcoin, “If you didn’t win the main prize, don’t worry – you can share your results on Twitter to be entered into the $10,000 in BTC prize pool.” There will be 20 winners, you just have to:

  • Sign in to the Bitcoin Button game using your Binance or Twitter account.
  • Click the Bitcoin Button.
  • Follow Binance on Twitter.
  • Share a screenshot of your game page showing your “Click Number” on Twitter, with one fact about Bitcoin and the hashtags #BitcoinButton and #Binance in the caption.

According to the firm, an example tweet could be: “Satoshi Nakamoto is the creator of Bitcoin. #BitcoinButton #Binance”. The Binance team will choose the winners in accordance with the winner selection rules outlined in the terms and conditions and “The quality and accuracy of your entry will play a role in the winner selection process.” 

By way of warning, Binance clarified that cryptocurrency trading is subject to “high market risk”. And in that sense it remarked, “Conduct your trades with caution. Please be advised that Binance is not responsible for your trading losses.”

Each participant must agree to Binance’s terms and conditions and decisions, which are final and binding in all respects in order to play. The Challenge began on March 15, 2022 at 12:00 p.m. (UTC) and will last until the last person clicks the button. Binance’s computer is the official timing device for entering the challenge. Normal timing fees, if any, charged by the participants’ Internet service or cell phone provider will apply.

The promotion will begin when the number of users on the waiting list reaches 50,000 and will end when the timer reaches zero. However, Binance reserves the right to suspend or cancel, or declare the end of the promotion at any time. If the promotion runs for 90 calendar days without the timer reaching zero, Binance will end the promotion. In this case, the winner will be the last participant to press the button immediately prior to the time the timer gets closest to zero in the duration of the promotion.

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