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Burger King Offers US Customers Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Dogecoin Giveaway


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Fast-food chain Burger King and investment platform Robinhood have entered into an agreement under which they will raffle prizes in Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Dogecoin to the members of the Burger King Royal Perks loyalty program as reported by USA Today.

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The prize pool contains 20 BTC, 200 ETH, and 2 million DOGE. Within three weeks, US customers who spend more than $5 at Burger King will be included in the giveaway. To receive the giveaway prizes, users will have to register with Robinhood.

Maria Posada, VP of Digital Services for Burger King North America said:

“Burger King is offering crypto in a way that’s accessible and digestible (literally and figuratively) – through our food.

Most of the prizes are in Dogecoin, and the lucky few will receive 1 ETH or 1 BTC,”

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The USA.TODAY Writes:

“In order to claim a coin, customers should start by downloading Burger King’s mobile application or visiting and registering to become a Royal Perks Member. Then, customers can make a $5 pretax purchase on the app, website, or in-restaurant using “My Code.” Then wait for an email with instructions on how to claim the crypto on the Robinhood mobile application in your Robinhood Crypto account. Existing Robinhood Crypto users do not need to create a new account.”

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Burger King also shared a series of videos on YouTube “How to Crypto.”

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