Stoic Festive Challenge 2022

Stoic Festive Challenge 2022

The outgoing year was full of events. We saw an unprecedented rise in NFT, Bitcoin's new record high, the success of the Stoic strategy, and much more.

To complement December with new experiences, we’d like to invite you to join us in celebrating Christmas & New Year by sharing your experience with Stoic in 2021!

Starting from December 16, we are launching the Christmas & New Year's Challenge, which anyone can join. In total, we will launch three rounds with several themes. This exciting event will allow you to show all your creativity, so feel free to join!

Activity Timeline: December 16, 2021 11:00 AM to January 9, 2022, 11:00 AM (UTC)

Announcement of the Winners: January 10, 2022 on Twitter.

How to Join:

  • Create free-form content (video, blog or twitter post, collage, etc.) based on a topic corresponding to each announced round — follow Cindicator’s Twitter for announcements.
  • Post the content on Twitter with the hashtag specified in the announcement of each Round.
  • Get creative, have fun and enjoy participating!

Prizes:

The prize pool is 500 USDT and will be equally distributed among the winners.

How We Will Choose the Winners:

At the end of each round, our team will select winners based on creativity of the submissions and social media engagement. There are no strict requirements or criteria, just have fun! All five winners will be announced on January 10.

Supplementary Rules:

  • There is no limit to the number of content a participant can make.
  • Prizes Distribution: The winners will distribute rewards within 21 working days after we announce the final results.
  • All content shall not contain any advocacy of national, racial, or religious hatred that constitutes incitement to discrimination, hostility, or violence.
  • Stoic reserves the right to cancel and change the promotion and its rules at any time at its sole discretion.
  • Stoic reserves the right of final interpretation.

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