Lolli integrates functionality to win ‚Free Bitcoin‘ on eBay just in time for Black Friday
eBay buyers can now earn free Bitcoin thanks to the partnership with Lolli.
The eBay online auction marketplace partnered with Lolli, a shopping application focused on crypto-currencies, to integrate Bitcoin rewards (BTC) for its 127 million users.
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Lolli announced on Wednesday that its users can earn 1% on Profit Secret scam when they shop on eBay. The initiative is part of a dual strategy to integrate crypto-currency payments into online markets and increase awareness of digital assets.
Lolli’s CEO and co-founder, Alex Adelman, said
„Today, we are proud to partner and make bitcoin more accessible to those users and continue our mission to foster bitcoin education and adoption.
Matt Senter, CTO and co-founder of Lolli, added:
„We are proud to launch [the rewards] with eBay just in time for Black Friday and Cyber Monday as a reward for our loyal Lolli buyers. We have worked tirelessly to make this integration possible in time for people to earn bitcoin on all their holiday shopping this year.
Lolli is a crypto currency rewards company that allows its users to earn free Bitcoin or cash when they shop at more than 1,000 partner stores. The company’s free Chrome extension sends notifications to the browser every time a user visits a partner store’s website. This functionality is now also available to eBay users.
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eBay is integrating Lolli just in time for the Christmas shopping craze. Online sales related to Black Friday and Cyber Monday are expected to exceed $22 billion this year.
The price of Bitcoin has risen 160% so far this year, far outpacing traditional financial assets. Earning free Bitcoin can be even more attractive to buyers this holiday season, as the flagship cryptomon currency is on its way to a new all-time high.
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The largest kryptonie on the market has recently grabbed several headlines for what many are calling a shortage of BTC supply. PayPal, which recently integrated payments into crypto currencies, is apparently buying up almost 70% of all newly mined bitcoins.
Lolli did not respond immediately to our request for comment.