The CEO of Binance is giving away a custom Tesla and $50,000 worth of dogecoin in a contest announced on Twitter.
"Our favorite answer from each 'team' will win," he said Monday, accompanied by a 13-second video.
The promo period will run between November 29 to December 13.
Changpeng Zhao, the CEO of Binance, is giving away a custom Tesla and $50,000 worth of dogecoin in a contest announced on Twitter Monday.
To enter, users must do four things:
Retweet his post
Have a verified Binance account that cleared "know your customer" (KYC) standards designed to protect against illegal activities
Choose which prize and say why
Binance will pick one winner from each team, referring to dogecoin or Tesla. "Our favorite answer from each 'team' will win," Zhao said in a tweet Monday, accompanied by a 13-second video.
Soon after, dogecoin founder Billy Markus commented: "Important."
The promo period will run between November 29, 12 pm UTC, to December 13, 11:59 UTC. The vehicle to be awarded is a Tesla Model 3, which costs around $45,000. The winner may also elect to receive $50,000 worth of Binance coin (BNB) instead of the electric car, according to the fine print.
The contest comes days after Zhao, more commonly known as CZ, had a public spat with Musk, Tesla's CEO.
The Tesla billionaire was referring to Binance suspending its dogecoin withdrawals since November 11 due to a glitch after a network update.
CZ responded by pointing to an article on Tesla's recall of nearly 12,000 US vehicles because of a software glitch. The Binance founder later admitted to overreacting with his comment.
The crypto exchange on Monday announced users can now resume withdrawing the 10th largest crypto by market capitalization.
Dogecoin, a meme coin that began as a joke in 2013 has gained around 6,000% in the past year and has been heavily promoted by prominent figures, including Mark Cuban.
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