Oscar Mayer is holding a fun contest for US residents and it involves the two things we go gaga for: bacon and “cryptocurrency”. The company will be giving out bacoins to 2000 lucky winners. These bacoins will be redeemable for packs of Oscar Mayer Bacon!
How to get Bacoin?
To be eligible to have the chance to get your hands on some Bacoin and, in turn, actual Oscar Mayer bacon, you’d have to:
- Be a US resident
- Be at least 18 years old
- Not be an employee of or immediate family of Kraft Heinz Foods Company, HelloWorld, Inc., and their respective parents, affiliates, subsidiaries, and agencies.
All you have to do is visit the official website here, and register.
Once registered, you have to share the website on Twitter or through email to help increase the Bacoin value.
Bacoin’s value depends on the overall sharing. The more people share, the higher the value of Bacoin!
2000 winners will be chosen at random to receive one Bacoin each. So far, 1200 have already won a Bacoin! There are 800 winners left and the contest only runs until May 14, 2018, so you better register now.
As of this writing, one Bacoin is equivalent to five (5) slices of Oscar Mayer bacon. According to their prize chart, that’s half a pack of Oscar Mayer bacon for each winner if they cash out now.
Learn more about the contest rules here.
Whether you’re eligible to join the contest or not, there’s no denying that this is a fun way for people to get into “cryptocurrency”—even if it’s backed by small things like bacon.
Cryptocurrency is a rising trend that doesn’t seem to have an end, regardless of all the negative press it gets. This contest is the result of clever marketing by the Oscar Mayer team. The attention it garnered may even inspire other companies to do the same thing.
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