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Domino’s in France to Reward €100K in Bitcoin Through Contest

To win the jackpot, all you have to do is buy pizza.

Nearly a decade ago, a hungry man traded 10,000 Bitcoins for two large Papa John’s pizzas.  In today’s value, those pizzas would be worth $100 million.

Now Domino’s in France is celebrating its 30th anniversary by offering pizza lovers a mind-boggling prize: €100,000 ($110,466) in cash or Bitcoin (BTC).

The contest runs from September 4 to October 6. The potential winners have to register every pizza they buy on the website to receive a code. Contestants are welcome to collect as many codes as possible for more chances at winning the jackpot.

If the winner chooses cryptocurrency over cold, hard cash, Domino’s plans to transfer the exact value of €100,000 to a digital wallet on December 16, 2019.

Related: Internet Commemorates Man Who Spent Millions Worth of Bitcoin on Pizza

This isn’t Domino’s first dive into cryptocurrency. Domino’s is one of the few pizza chains that allow customers to purchase with Bitcoin through the Lightning Pizza app.