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FREE Bitcoin when you Pay with Maya, Plus a Chance to Win ₱1M in Bitcoin

Maya users have been posting on social media about getting free Bitcoin. Maya users check their crypto wallets to check whether they are lucky beneficiaries of free Bitcoin.

The Maya all-in-one financial software is living up to the promise, offering users free Bitcoin and the chance to win 1,000,000.00 worth of this famous cryptocurrency just by making purchases using the app.

Reinzel Cabrera

Reinzel Cabrera, a student from Cebu who frequently paid with Maya, won a jaw-dropping P1,000,000.00 in Bitcoin with minimum effort.

How to win FREE Bitcoin from Maya

  1. Just pay with Maya via QR, mobile number, or card at stores all over the Philippines and online.
  2. Get free Bitcoin up to P500 each month until September 30! Every purchase gives you guaranteed Bitcoin worth 1%, 10%, or 100% of your purchase. For example, your ₱500 purchase can give you ₱5, ₱50, or ₱500 in free Bitcoin.
  3. Wait for the SMS notification and then check your crypto wallet to claim your free Bitcoin.
  4. The more you pay with Maya, the more chances to get ₱1,000,000 in Bitcoin every month, during the promo period.

Cryptocurrencies are decentralized digital currencies that may be bought and exchanged online. Maya’s cryptocurrency function, which debuted in April 2022, allows users to purchase, store, and trade cryptocurrencies for as little as PHP 1.00. Maya’s crypto services are legal and secure, owing to a VASP license from the Bank of the Philippines.

Maya is the only wallet in the country that allows users to purchase, sell, store, and spend cryptocurrency all in one app. Bitcoin earnings may be used to pay bills, purchase goods, buy groceries, or invest in Maya Savings, which can rise by 6% per year.

Maya is a free e-wallet and digital bank that enables you to use your smartphone to save, spend, grow, and manage your money.

Maya is powered by PayMaya Philippines, and Maya Bank offers digital banking services.

Tito Raffy

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