A new cryptocurrency lottery game is launching, with more chances to win

The Manc The Manc - 3rd December 2021

A new crypto lottery game has launched for pre-sale, with 32.5 billion tokens up for grabs. 

Lucky Block says its lottery gives players more chances to win, faster pay-outs, and a chance to vote on who receives grants. 

The game will use blockchain technology – which prevents games from being rigged or tampered with – and voting polls, allowing the community to have their say as to which causes are granted funds. 

A pre-sale of Lucky Block tokens launches today and will run until February 1, 2022. 

The game has been created in response to the demand for online gambling but envisions a worldwide lottery which isn’t tied to geographical locations and has much more favourable odds for winning.  


Lucky Block creators say: “We believe the lottery should not be bound geographically or tied to local financial systems. 

“Instead, our focus is to develop further transparency and fairness in gaming, creating a lottery where every player has better odds of winning while providing a solid investment strategy for token holders and contributing to the community.” 


The new crypto lottery believes that general lottery odds are stacked too high, and the centralised system means players can’t see where all the money is going. 

The centralised platforms are also more vulnerable to hacking, and physical systems are more prone to fixing or rigging.

Lucky Block is decentralised, meaning every transaction is logged in the blockchain and allowing for near-instant pay outs and full tracking and recording. 


It plans to reduce draw times – which will allow multiple draws, and multiple winners every day, as well as lower costs per lottery once it reaches sufficient capacity.

32.5 billion tokens will be available until February 1, 2022. 

When the jackpot is distributed, 70% goes to winners, and the remaining 30% is evenly distributed to token holders, back to Lucky Block, and charity.

To learn more and purchase your presale tokens, visit luckyblock.com.

Your investment may go down as well as up in value. Cryptocurrency is not regulated in the UK.

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