It makes sense when you hear that Chipotle is giving away free burritos, but when a Mexican restaurant announces they're giving away Bitcoin, I'm a little lost.


While I don't fully understand how Bitcoin works, it seems like a decent investment, being 1 Bitcoin is equal to almost $60,000, on a fairly steady climb in the market.

To win, Chipotle just asks that you go to BurritosOrBitcoin.com and try to guess a six-digit code. Each player in the contest gets 10 tries to guess the code.

You'll have a 9 hour window to win your burrito or bit coin. You could even win as much up to $25,000 in Bitcoin or a free burrito.

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They break it down simply:

  • 50 fans will win $500 in the cryptocurrency
  • 3 will win $25,000
  • 10,000 fans will win one burrito

Chipotle got the idea from Stefan Thomas, the guy who couldn't remember his password and lost $220 million worth of the cryptocurrency.

"If players are unsuccessful in their ten attempts and endure the same fate as Thomas, they may be surprised and delighted with a special offer from Chipotle," the company said in a press release.

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