For thousands of years, betting and games of chance have been popular pastimes.
The first historical record of a lottery system is the ‘drawing of lots,’ which was used to establish ownership or bestow rights to the winning party and was recorded in ancient manuscripts. Lucky Block has created a technology to make gambling fair and transparent. Big thanks to our beloved blockchain technology.
How does Lucky Block work?
Tickets for the draw cost $5 and may be purchased using $LBLOCK (their own token). Holders of the LBLOCK token will receive a free ticket if they connect their wallet to the app every day. The token is deployed on the Binance Smart Chain. This means you can use PancakeSwap to scoop up some $LBLOCK.
Furthermore, by participating in its daily drawings, participants will be contributing to charity. 10% of each jackpot will be donated to charity.
Because Lucky Block is based on blockchain, it is less expensive to run, more transparent, and may reward token holders while also benefiting charity.
By letting people in for free, the product stays out of the reach of UK Gambling Commission laws and similar regulations in other places.
The prize draw market is worth over $300 billion globally, and Lucky Block wants a piece of that growing pie with its creative and transparent product.
Platinum Rollers Club NFTs
Besides there unique utility of their token, they also offer an NFT called Platinum Rollers Club. This NFT will give you access to tons of more benefits and giveaways.
Every day there will be a “daily draw” for NFT holders. The winner will be gifted with prizes. After all of the NFTs have been sold, there will be another special prize draw, this time for a Lamborghini valued at £270,000.
The goal of Lucky Block
It’s very clear that Lucky Block wants to become the world’s biggest blockchain-based gambling company. They are making their way to the top rapidly and quickly! They are partnering with top-tier names like the boxers Dillian Whyte and Florian Marku and so much more. It seems like Lucky Block is here to stay and to take a big slice of the gambling industry.