About Crypto Millions Lotto

  • What is Crypto Millions Lotto?

    Crypto Millions Lotto is a lotto where you bet on the outcome of the German National Lottery using Bitcoin and win prizes in Bitcoin. To play, you must choose six numbers between 1 and 49 together plus a bonus number between 0 and 9. You might choose 1, 7, 14, 28, 32 and 49 with 0 for your bonus number, for example.


    Crypto Millions Lotto awards prizes if the numbers you choose match 2+1, 3, 3+1, 4, 4+1, 5, 5+1 or 6 of the lotto numbers drawn. The jackpot is awarded if you choose all six numbers plus the bonus number. Draws can be viewed live on German television at http://bit.ly/1uUtwoS.

  • Is it legal?

    Yes, we operate within legal guidelines without exception. Our eGaming license stipulates that we can only promote Crypto Millions Lotto in jurisdictions where online gambling is not prohibited.

  • Are payouts guaranteed?

    All your winnings are guaranteed to be paid out at Crypto Millions Lotto as all tickets are fully insured at Lloyd’s of London and our business is licensed and regulated by the Government of Curaçao.


  • How old do I have to be to play?

    You have to be 18 or over to play Lotto, Instant Wins or Slots. 

  • What do I need to play?

    You’ll need Internet access as well as Bitcoin before you can play.


    Don’t have a Bitcoin wallet? Click here

  • Can I be based anywhere to play?

    You can play Crypto Millions Lotto from almost anywhere in the world. Residents of countries where online gambling is prohibited should not play Crypto Millions Lotto. As a general rule, if your country of residence is not available in the ‘Select Country’ field on the Sign Up page, you should not attempt to play.

  • How do I create an account?

    You can set up your Crypto Millions Lotto account by clicking on Sign Up and follow the simple registration process. You will need to provide some personal information and confirm that you are aged 18 or over before adding Bitcoin to your account. 


    Don’t have a Bitcoin wallet? Click here

  • Can I open more than one account?

    Yes, there are no restrictions on the number of Crypto Millions Lotto accounts you can open. However, each account must have a separate email and password and, in order to play, each account will need to be funded with Bitcoin separately.

  • How do I get my 3 free lines?

    Once you have setup your Crypto Millions Lotto account, simply add enough Bitcoin to claim your 3 free lines. The free lines will be added to your account and you’re ready to play. To find out more on how to add Bitcoin to your account click here.

  • What is the minimum deposit required to get my 3 free lines?

    The minimum deposit to get your 3 free lines is 0.0025 and is shown on the instructional pop-up that appears on the Add Funds page when you make your first deposit. 


  • How much does it cost to enter a lotto draw?

    Each line costs the Bitcoin equivalent of approximately US$2.00 depending on the value of ₿/US$. You can enter a maximum of 10 lines per ticket and up to 36 draws in advance, as long as you have sufficient Bitcoin in your Crypto Millions Lotto account.

  • What are the lotto prizes?

    The jackpot and all prizes are shown here.


  • What currency does Crypto Millions Lotto pay out in?

    All prizes are paid out in Bitcoin, except the jackpot and 6 number prizes, which are paid out in US$. However, if you wish to receive either in Bitcoin we will be able to do so but you will have to pay any transaction costs.

  • How does the jackpot update?

    We follow the results of the German National Lottery. The minimum jackpot starts at the Bitcoin equivalent of US$30,000,000 and rises each draw until it’s won. If there is a winner on Crypto Millions Lotto or on the German National Lottery our jackpot reverts to the minimum of US$30,000,000*. The only difference is that we lag Germany by one draw, simply because of the time it takes in Germany to announce the number of winners.


    * The Crypto Millions Lotto jackpot is shown in US$ but can be paid out in Bitcoin.

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