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We are fast approaching Bitcoins 10th birthday and something exciting is about to happen.
In a unique and innovative promotion, eToro would like you to sing for Bitcoin. On the morning of the 31st of October 2018 an eToro ATM will be giving away FREE BITCOIN! But there is a catch…..
If you are lucky enough to be able to find this free Bitcoin bash machine and sing to it you will be rewarded with an amount of free Bitcoin between £20 and £250 to successful singers stepping up to its screen and creating sweet har-money.. As soon as the funds are depleted it will stop issuing free Bitcoin.
The machine responds when people sing ‘Happy Birthday’ to it, has popped up in London’s Finsbury Avenue Square, 10 years to the day that Bitcoin’s whitepaper was released.
As well as grabbing free Bitcoin rewards, people who visit the ATM can opt to have their singing experience captured on camera for sharing on their social channels with a chance to win a further £1,000 in Bitcoin currency.
The first of its kind song-activated ATM was made by a specialist team of computer programmers, tech experts and sound engineers. Using advanced audio and voice technology, the ATM detects when a specific melody is being sung to it, in this instance the song ‘happy birthday’ and the volume of the singing. A digital display on the ATM lets users know how loudly they are singing, whether they need to increase their volume and how much of the song they need to complete to activate the dispenser.