Domino’s France is strolling a contest to give away $110,000 to solemnize its thirtieth birthday. Therefore the winner is capable of redeeming its winnings in either fiat currency or Bitcoin.
The competition will be running from September 4 to October 6. Unsurprisingly, participants have to be compelled to purchase pizzas from Domino’s, then register their purchases on-line for an attempt at the prize draw.
Bitcoin and pizza, of course, have history. Back in 2010, Laszlo Hanyecz paid 10.000 BTC, with a total worth being $41 at that time, for the delivery of two Papa John’s pizzas. Surprisingly, the value of these two pizzas today is over $100 million. Consequently, this day became well known as Bitcoin-Pizza-Day.
The relationship between Dominos pizza and Blockchain technology became also known through the project of SingularityNet, back in Malaysia and Singapore. Although the project was more than promising, the demand was deficient, and the early investors in SingularityNet were rewarded with a minus 71 percent return on their investment.