1) What is CoinSpot's Crypto Christmas?
2) Why didn't I receive a gift?
3) What prizes can I win?
4) What is the bonus daily prize?
5) How do I know this competition is fair?
6) Where can I see what prizes I have won?
7) How does the Bitcoin Raffle work?
What is CoinSpot's Crypto Christmas?
CoinSpot is running a Christmas promotion for the holiday period rewarding our users who trade throughout December. For every instant trade you complete over the value of $5 you will receive a virtual gift that could include cryptocurrency or a raffle ticket into our one whole Bitcoin draw that is being drawn on the 2nd of January, 2020. There is a limit of one gift per person per day. So the more days you trade, the more gifts you can claim.
A more detailed summary of the promotion can be found here: https://www.coinspot.com.au/cryptochristmas
Why didn't I receive a gift?
In order to qualify for a CoinSpot virtual gift you must complete an instant trade equal to or greater than $5 AUD. If your trade was below the $5 AUD value, you completed a market trade, or you already claimed a prize for that day, you will not receive a gift. Please note that you can only claim a maximum of one gift per day. State Law prohibits CoinSpot from allowing residents of SA and ACT to enter this promotion. Therefore, residents from SA or ACT are ineligible to participate and will not receive any gifts.
What prizes can I win?
All instant win prizes are different cryptocurrencies ranging in value from approximately 40 cents to the top instant prize of one whole Bitcoin.
What is the bonus daily prize?
Although there is a maximum of one gift per day, if you share your win on social media you can claim a bonus gift from CoinSpot. There will be a share option once your prize has been claimed and if shared, you will receive your second gift. You must select "claim second prize" otherwise you will not receive your bonus gift.
How do I know this competition is fair?
This competition is run in conjunction with the Lotteries and Art Unions Act 1901 and the Lotteries and Art Unions Regulations 2014 therefore we are legally obliged to ensure that this promotion is completely legitimate, fair and random. Each user has the same chances of winning as another user. For all Terms and Conditions please see here: https://www.coinspot.com.au/promoterms
Where can I see what prizes I have won?
Each prize you have won will be shown within the transaction history of that specific wallet.
How does the Bitcoin Raffle work?
Each user that completes a valid instant trade but does not win an instant prize, will get a raffle entry. This raffle entry puts a user in the draw for one whole Bitcoin that will be drawn on the 2nd of January 2020. This draw is completely random and each second chance draw prize is counted as an additional entry into the raffle. Please note that there is a maximum of 62 tickets that can be won.