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 · #6 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 Greenberg
Daniel GreenbergPro@15greenberg · Making weird internet
I do wonder if this is false advertising, and none of the candles actually have a prize.
Lee Qixian
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
Ashish Kumar@ashfame · Maker of things!
Points for creativity!
Fraser Smith
Fraser Smith@frassmith · Software Developer, Shanghai, China
Definitely an original idea. :-)
Anthony David Adams
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
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
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
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.