New eToro Crypto Giveaway Of $1,650,000 USD Worth Of ETH Set To Go Live For Wallet Signups


eToro Is Giving Away $1,650,000 USD Worth Of ETH

If you want to get some free money, this is your chance. eToro is currently giving away $1,650,000 USD worth of Ethereum.   The social trading platform is offering a small amount of ETH for each person that decided to open up an account in the standalone wallet app of the company.

As soon as you create your own account, you will get 0.1 ETH credited there. This is around $15 USD, so it is certainly not a bad deal for you if you just want to take some minutes to open up a wallet and get the freebie.

The wallet is currently available for both iOS and Android and it has first seen the light of day back in November last year. The idea was to create a wallet autonomous from the main social trading platform. This way, you can use it to buy and sell cryptos without ever needing to enter the other platform.

However, there is a catch, according to TheNextWeb. You need to be verified on the main platform in order to use the standalone wallet. If you are not, you will not be able to create an account there.

At the moment, you can hold Bitcoin (BTC), Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Ethereum (ETH), Ripple (XRP), Litecoin (LTC) and Stellar Lumens (XLM) on the wallet.

This giveaway will only last for the first 100,000 users, so you better be quick if you do not want to lose your shot at starting crypto trading with a positive 0.1 ETH in your account.

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