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How to Play

  • How do I enter a lotto draw?

    You must set up a Crypto Millions Lotto account, deposit Bitcoin and then choose your numbers before purchasing a ticket. You can set up your account by clicking on Sign Up and follow the steps to deposit Bitcoin.

  • When can I enter a lotto draw?

    Once you have created a Crypto Millions Lotto account, deposited Bitcoin and entered your numbers, click 'Buy' and then 'Confirm' and you have entered the draw. You can enter draws at any time up until the 'Cut-off' time, which is 5.25pm Central European Time (CET) on Wednesday for Wednesday's draw and 6.25pm Central European Time (CET) on Saturday for Saturday's draw. Approximately one hour after each draw you will be able to enter the next one.

  • Can I enter lotto draws in advance?

    Yes, as long as you have enough Bitcoin in your account you can enter up to 36 draws in advance.

  • How do I check my lotto numbers?

    You can check your lotto numbers by going to Results, and selecting the draw which you would like to view.

  • Where can I view tickets I have purchased?

    You can view all your expired tickets and those currently in play, i.e. those that you have entered for future draws, under 'Tickets' in 'My Account' once you're logged in.

  • Can I watch draws live?

    Yes, lotto draws take place twice weekly, at 6.25pm Central European Time (CET) on Wednesday and 7.25pm Central European Time (CET) on Saturday. You can watch them live on television at http://bit.ly/1uUtwoS.

  • 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. 

     

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