On March 1, Georgia Gaming Congress included the ‘One million’ contest: a participant, who answered correctly four questions, received the prize of 1 million cryptocurrencies.
The contest was initiated by Alex Sudadze, the founder of Bitcoin Embassy Georgia and conference speaker.
Those wishing to compete for the prize should have answered correctly the following questions:
Who used bitcoins to finance election campaign, and when?
What brand was the first to sell its watch for bitcoins?
In what world’s country was the first bitcoin ATM install?
What car manufacturer was the first to implement BTC payment?
Only one participant of Georgia Gaming Congress managed to complete the task and answered all four questions. It was Elena Makarova. Alex Sudadze personally granted the prize. He helped the winner to create a virtual account, where the winning in one of popular cryptocurrencies was sent.
According to the founder of Bitcoin Embassy Georgia, the contest was aimed at showing advantages of cryptocurrency payments based on a certain example.
Bitcoin Embassy Georgia is actively popularizing the application of cryptocurrencies in online gambling, posting educatory information and news.