The Ethereum Sweepstakes is now live and 1,500,000 Ethers ($1.3 Billion USD) could be yours!
The Ethereum Sweepstakes is proud to announce the launch of the first sweepstakes deployed on the Ethereum blockchain, providing the world with the largest single jackpot as well as the best winning odds and the largest number of prizes in history.
The Ethereum Sweepstakes has the following features:
Only 4,000,000 (tickets) available (1 entry = 1 Ether)
1 prize of 1,500,000 Ethers Jackpot (valued at approx. $1,200,000,000 USD)
10 prizes of 15,000 Ethers (each prize valued at approx. $12,000,000 USD)
100 prizes of 1,500 Ethers (each prize valued at approx. $1,200,000 USD)
1,000 prizes of 150 Ethers (each prize valued at approx. $120,000 USD)
10,000 prizes of 15 Ethers (each prize valued at approx. $12,000 USD)
100,000 prizes of 1.5 Ethers (each prize valued at approx. $1,200 USD)
1 in 36 chances to win a prize
Best odds for any Sweepstakes or Lottery in the World
The Ethereum Sweepstakes is not a company, it is a smart contract developed and deployed on the Ethereum blockchain. The principles are simple, to participate, a person sends an Ether to the Ethereum Sweepstakes smart contract and receives a SWEEP token, the ticket equivalent on the blockchain. Each SWEEP purchased is equal to a chance to win. Upon the last SWEEP being sold, the smart contract sends a request to the blockchain to select a random winner and the winner of the Jackpot is selected and Ethers automatically transferred to the winner’s wallet address holding the SWEEP token. Once the Jackpot has been transferred, the 10 additional prizes of 15,000 ETH each or the equivalent of $12 million US are selected and so and so on until all 111,111 prizes have been paid.
In comparing many Government run lotteries and Sweepstakes, the Ethereum Sweepstakes offers the best jackpot, the best odds of winning, and the largest number of prizes. In addition, the Ethereum Sweepstakes was developed and deployed on the blockchain making it the most transparent and fair play Sweepstakes and Lottery in the World.
The best example when comparing the Ethereum Sweepstakes to a Government run Lottery is the US Powerball, which offers large Jackpots, but the odds of winning the Jackpot are 1 chance in 292,000,000, and where there can be multiple winner or no winners at all, and the Jackpot is paid over a 29 year period and whereby the winner is required to claim their prize in person. Naturally, they claim the prize and ask for a lump sum payment, but it also means cutting the Jackpot in half and then pay the taxes associated with it and you are left with the unluckiest of the luckiest person and only a quarter of the prize money.
The Ethereum Sweepstakes will declare one Jackpot winner and the winning prize of 1,500,000 ETH or the equivalent to $1.2 billion USD will be automatically transferred to the winner, no claims, no deductions whatsoever and the best odds of winning, 1 chance in 4 million. The same goes for the other 111,110 prizes, which provides 1 chance in 36 to win a prize.
What could $1.2 Billion US buy you?
Visit www.ethereumsweepstakes.io to participate. Please read the terms and conditions, rules, and how to play carefully. Do not participate from a brokerage and or exchange wallet or you will not be able to receive your prize. Make sure to back up all your private keys and passwords, you wouldn’t want to lose $1.2 Billion US. Some jurisdiction may not allow the participation of their citizens to the Ethereum Sweepstakes.
Good luck to all and most of all spend your winnings wisely!
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