Crypto Candle

Burn your candle and earn some Bitcoin

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Crypto Candle is a soy wax candle that smells of Oakmoss, Sandalwood, and Amber-Patchouli, and reveals a BTC prize after it's burned.



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Kristofer™Hunter@kristofertm · #7 Product Hunter. E-Skateboard fanatic
My 1st question was - What does Crypto smell like? Answer: A crisp, peppery scent with notes of Oakmoss, Sandalwood, and Amber-Patchouli Seems like an interesting gift for crypto people.
Daniel GreenbergHiring@15greenberg · Making weird internet
I do wonder if this is false advertising, and none of the candles actually have a prize.
Lee Qixian@swiftpolar · Full-stack Developer
@15greenberg We'll never know, as with all of such lucky dips kind of things. Sooner or later someone would say they have won something. Makes you think.
Ashish Kumar@ashfame · Maker of things!
Points for creativity!
Fraser Smith@frassmith · Software Developer, Shanghai, China
Definitely an original idea. :-)
Anthony David Adams@anthonyadams · Peripheral Visionary.
You’ll need to include a valid “no purchase necessary” entry method to avoid being prosecuted for running an illegal lottery. Anytime you are giving away chances to win something in conjunction with a purchase you must do this, otherwise, the purchase price is just a front for a lottery.
Gus Hanger@gushanger · Marketing Director
@anthonyadams - On their website under terms and conditions, they state the no purchase necessary. I agree that they are playing in murky waters though. Especially considering on their instagram, they posted something about consumers have better odds of winning w/ the crypto candle than the powerball
Anthony David Adams@anthonyadams · Peripheral Visionary.
@gushanger they’ve recently updated it as far as I can tell. The link used to simply just reload the page, glad they sorted it out!
Anthony David Adams@anthonyadams · Peripheral Visionary.
@stephenivanoski no, not that. Simply that when I posted the question above, there was not a no purchase nessessary option visible as the terms and conditions link was simply refreshing the page. So either they updated the terms to include that, or they fixed the link, after I posted the question.