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Serena Williams, Lolli, and Bitcoin!!!

Bitcoin News, Cryptocurrency

If you think that you can’t afford to invest in Bitcoin, you may have other options.  Lolli which is backed by Serena Williams and Reddit now offer a way for consumers to earn Bitcoin when they shop. This a reward program on steroids!  Bitcoin has recently been adopted by multiple industry leaders and it’s destined for the mainstream.  This means the value of Bitcoin could potentially increase. My plan is to participate and let the Bitcoin pile up. I mean – I’m going to shop so …why not. Earlier this week the Founder of Reddit decided that this was a great idea and hit Lolli with a $5M blessing for the new program. Don’t wait! Click here to sign up. All you have to do is make an account, shop the web, and collect your Bitcoin! There are more than 1,000 retailers participating in the program and you can earn up to 30% back in Bitcoin Rewards.

The platform is very easy to use and the retailers include: Nike, Chewy, Groupon,Priceline, Ebay, Sam’s Club, Microsoft, Sephora, Staples and Postmates. As you can see, the earnings potential is endless. If you don’t believe that Bitcoin is the future; you probably won’t believe it’s worth more than Visa and Mastercard combined. Thus, forcing their adoption while insisting on innovation.

The sources that were used to write this article are listed below: BTC rewards app Lolli raises $5M from Reddit founder, Serena Williams, and more, Can’t beat ‘em? Join ‘em: Mastercard and Visa make a case for Bitcoin, and Lolli: Earn Free Bitcoin When You Shop Online!

 

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