Wirex Scavenger Hunt: Easter Edition!

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We’re feeling generous this Easter, so we’re treating 6 lucky people to €/$50 in WXT each!

All you’ve got to do to win is take part in our scavenger hunt and track down the answers to the crypto-related questions below!

Keep reading for more information…

How to play

  1. Search for the answer to each question in the relevant blog posts

  2. Write your answers in the comments section below

Hint: the answers can all be found in our Crypto Corner blog posts here on the Community Forum!

That’s it! Play now to be in the running. T&Cs apply.

Questions

  1. What are the names of the five different types of airdrops? Find the answer here <What are crypto airdrops?>.

  2. Why is it essential for crypto start-ups to publish a whitepaper? Find the answer here <Crypto whitepapers explained>.

  3. What’s missing from the following sentence?

    Unlike Bitcoin, Stellar doesn’t rely on a _______ for transaction approval. Instead, it uses the Federated Byzantine Agreement (FBA) algorithm.

    Find the answer here <The Stellar ecosystem explained>.

  4. Which two groups are cross-chain bridges usually divided into? Find the answer here <Cross-chain bridges and their importance in DeFi>.


Scavenger Hunt Competition EEA & APAC Terms and Conditions
The following terms and conditions (“Terms”) shall apply to the Easter Scavenger Hunt Competition (the “Competition”) which is offered by Wirex Digital Limited in the European Economic Area (“EEA”) and by Wirex Pte Ltd in the Asia Pacific (“APAC”) region (each separately referred to as “Wirex”).
Timescale
1. This Competition will run from 10:00 (BST) on 17 April 2022 until 23:59 (BST) 25 April 2022 (the “Competition Period”).
Eligibility
2. This Competition is open to users of the Wirex Service only (as defined by the applicable Wirex terms & conditions: Wirex | Making currencies equal and available to everyone (EEA) and Wirex | Making currencies equal and available to everyone (APAC)) resident in the EEA and APAC region who are members of the Wirex Community Forum (“Eligible Participants”, “you”). For the avoidance of doubt, no other users of the Wirex Service are eligible for this Competition.
Competition
3. To qualify for the Competition, you must: a) Search the Wirex Community Forum and find answers to the questions on the Easter Scavenger Hunt Post b) Submit your answers in the comment section of the Easter Scavenger Hunt Post (“Qualifying Task”).
4. Wirex will select the (6) six quickest Eligible Participants who correctly respond to the questions on the Wirex Community Forum and complete a Qualifying Task as the Winners of this Competition (the “Winners”, each a “Winner”).
5. The Winners will be contacted by private message from the Wirex Community Team
6. Once a Winner is contacted by Wirex, to be eligible for the Reward the Winner must respond to the message confirming their Wirex registered email address within 48 hours of receiving the message to claim their prize (“Qualifying Action”).
7. If a Winner does not reply within 48 hours Wirex reserves the right to select another Winner (please note, Wirex will never ask for any other account details via social media message, please do not provide any other information about your account in response to the notification).
8. If Winners agree in writing they will be announced on the Easter Scavenger Hunt Post on the Wirex Community Forum.
Reward
9. The Reward will be credited to Eligible Participants who complete a Qualifying Task within the Competition Period (“Qualifying Participants”).
10. The Reward will be paid to Qualifying Participants’ accounts within 30 Working Days of the end of the Competition Period.
11. Once a Qualifying Participant has received the Reward it can be converted to traditional fiat currency through the Wirex Service at the Qualifying Participants’ discretion.
12. With respect to the Reward, WXT must be spent within thirty (30) days (“WXT Expiry Date”) from when the WXT is first deposited into your Wirex account by Wirex. Following the WXT Expiry Date the WXT shall expire automatically. The WXT cannot be spent after the WXT Expiry Date and any remaining WXT balance will be removed from your Wirex account.
13. We have no obligation to remind or inform you of the WXT Expiry Date and it is your sole responsibility to ensure that any balance is used in full prior to the WXT Expiry Date.
14. If you wish to spend your WXT you can do so by either exchanging the WXT to another cryptocurrency or stable coin or; (ii) upgrade your subscription plan and pay subscription plan in WXT.
General
15. “Easter Scavenger Hunt Post” means the post shared on the Wirex Community Forum titled “Crypto Corner Scavenger Hunt!”.
16. “EUR” means Euros.
17. “Reward” means the WXT equivalent to EUR 50 (in the EEA) or USD 50 (in APAC) which will be calculated by an exchange rate set by Wirex from time to time in its absolute discretion. For the avoidance of doubt, the total payable amount is the WXT equivalent to EUR 300 (in the EEA) or USD 300 (in APAC), once Wirex reaches the total payable amount no further Rewards will awarded.
18. The Reward will be distributed in WXT only and each Qualifying Participant will be eligible to receive the Reward only once.
19. “USD” means United States Dollar.
20. “Wirex Community Forum” means the Wirex community platform which is a space for discussion among Wirex members hosted on the Wirex website: https://community.wirexapp.com/
21. “Wirex Community Team” consists of the following two members of the marketing team who are available to help during the Competition: @Ali_Wirex and @ChienChien_Wirex.
22. “Working Days” means Monday to Friday, excluding weekends and any public holidays when the banks of England are closed for business.
23. “WXT” means the Wirex Token on the Wirex Service.
24. Wirex may, at its sole discretion, revise any of these Terms & Conditions or terminate this Competition at any time without prior notice to Wirex users, Eligible Participants, the Winner, Winners or other third parties.
25. The Reward amount may be varied at any time without notice to Eligible Participants, Winners or other third parties.
26. Wirex may, at its sole discretion, revise any of these Terms or terminate this Competition at any time without prior notice to Wirex users, Eligible Participants or other third parties.
27. This Competition is launched by Wirex independently and there are no partnerships between Wirex and any merchant or other third parties relating to this Competition.
28. Subject to applicable law, Wirex will not under any circumstances be liable to compensate Wirex users, Eligible Participants or other third parties for any losses or damages occurring as a result of their participation or engagement with this Competition.
29. The Terms of this Competition are governed by the laws of England and the parties irrevocably agree that the courts of England shall have exclusive jurisdiction to hear, settle and/or determine any dispute, controversy or claim (including any non-contractual dispute, controversy or claim) arising out of or in connection with this Competition.
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    1. Standard airdrop
    2. Bounty airdrop
    3. Exclusive airdrop
    4. Holder airdrop
    5. Hard fork airdrop
  1. Crypto whitepapers are the first crucial step in attracting investors to a project. It is essential to provide as much detail as possible about the project and why its token is worth investing in. A well-written and detailed whitepaper is key to gaining investor interest, as well as ensuring a project’s success.

  2. mining network

  3. Centralised and Decentralised

Standard airdrop
Bounty airdrop
Exclusive airdrop
Holder airdrop
Hard fork airdrop

  1. It is essential for crypto start-ups to have a published whitepaper, as it is a key element that determines a project’s legitimacy.
    Crypto whitepapers are the first crucial step in attracting investors to a project.

  2. mining network

  3. Centralised and Decentralised

  1. Standard airdrop
    Bounty airdrop
    Exclusive airdrop
    Holder airdrop
    Hard fork airdrop

  2. It is essential for crypto start-ups to have a published whitepaper, as it is a key element that determines a project’s legitimacy.

  3. mining network

  4. centralised and decentralised

#1 The names of the five different types of airdrops are
:pushpin: Standard airdrop
:pushpin: Bounty airdrop
:pushpin: Exclusive airdrop
:pushpin: Holder airdrop
:pushpin: Hard fork airdrop

#2 Why is it essential for crypto start-ups to publish a whitepaper?
:pushpin: It is essential for crypto start-ups to have a published whitepaper, as it is a key element that determines a project’s legitimacy.

#3 What’s missing from the following sentence?
:pushpin:Mining network

#4 Which two groups are cross-chain bridges usually divided into?
:pushpin: Centralized and Decentralized bridges

What does this mean?

  1. With respect to the Reward, WXT must be spent within thirty (30) days (“WXT Expiry Date”) from when the WXT is first deposited into your Wirex account by Wirex. Following the WXT Expiry Date the WXT shall expire automatically. The WXT cannot be spent after the WXT Expiry Date and any remaining WXT balance will be removed from your Wirex account.

Are you going to take back the reward from the winners after 30 days? Well, you are not promote holding WXT with this technic, am I right?

Secondly, the new WXT withdrawal limit is equivalent to 150, so the winners have to buy 100$/€ in WXT in order to withdraw the reward.

Third, what happened if someone has already WXT or holding WXT, does this reward remove the entire balance after the expiration day?

Standard airdrop
Bounty airdrop
Exclusive airdrop
Holder airdrop
Hard fork airdrop

  1. It is essential for crypto start-ups to have a published whitepaper, as it is a key element that determines a project’s legitimacy.
    Crypto whitepapers are the first crucial step in attracting investors to a project.

  2. Mining network

  3. Centralised and Decentralised

  1. The names of the five different types of airdrops are
    Standard airdrop
    Bounty airdrop
    Exclusive airdrop
    Holder airdrop
    Hard fork airdrop

  2. Why is it essential for crypto start-ups to publish a whitepaper?
    It is essential for crypto start-ups to have a published whitepaper, as it is a key element that determines a project’s legitimacy.

  3. What’s missing from the following sentence?
    Mining network

  4. Which two groups are cross-chain bridges usually divided into?
    Centralized and Decentralized bridges

  1. The names of the five different types of airdrops are:
    Standard airdrop
    Bounty airdrop
    Exclusive airdrop
    Holder airdrop
    Hard fork airdrop

  2. Why is it essential for crypto start-ups to publish a whitepaper?
    It is essential for crypto start-ups to have a published whitepaper, as it is a key element that determines a project’s legitimacy.

  3. What’s missing from the following sentence?
    mining network

  4. Which two groups are cross-chain bridges usually divided into?
    Centralised and Decentralised

Question 1. The names of the five different types of airdrops are:

Standard airdrop
Bounty airdrop
Exclusive airdrop
Holder airdrop
Hard fork airdrop

Question 2. Why is it essential for crypto start-ups to publish a whitepaper?

It is essential for crypto start-ups to have a published whitepaper, as it is a key element that determines a project’s legitimacy.

Question 3. What’s missing from the following sentence?
mining network

Question 4. Which two groups are cross-chain bridges usually divided into?
Centralised and Decentralised

  1. Standard airdrop
    Bounty airdrop
    Exclusive airdrop
    Holder airdrop
    Hard fork airdrop

  2. It is essential for crypto start-ups to have a published whitepaper, as it is a key element that determines a project’s legitimacy.

  3. mining network

  4. Centralised and Decentralised

  1. Standard airdrop
    Bounty airdrop
    Exclusive airdrop
    Holder airdrop
    Hard fork airdrop

  2. It is essential for crypto start-ups to have a published whitepaper, as it is a key element that determines a project’s legitimacy.

  3. Mining network.

  4. Centralised and Decentralised.

*Standard airdrop
*Bounty airdrop
*Exclusive airdrop
*Holder airdrop
*Hard fork airdrop

*It is essential for crypto start-ups to have a published whitepaper, as it is a key element that determines a project’s legitimacy.
Crypto whitepapers are the first crucial step in attracting investors to a project.

*Mining network

*Centralised and Decentralised

  1. Five different types of airdrops
    Standard airdrop, Bounty airdrop, Exclusive airdrop, Holder airdrop, Hard fork airdrop

  2. Because it is a key element that determines a project’s legitimacy.

  3. mining network

  4. centralised and decentralised

Airdrop estándar
Bounty airdrop
Exclusivo airdrop
Holder airdrop
Hard fork airdrop

  1. Es esencial que las nuevas empresas de criptografía tengan un documento técnico publicado, ya que es un elemento clave que determina la legitimidad de un proyecto.
    Los documentos técnicos de criptografía son el primer paso crucial para atraer inversores a un proyecto.
  2. red minera
  3. Centralizado y Descentralizado
  1. Standard airdrop, Bounty airdrop, Exclusive airdrop, Holder airdrop, Hard fork airdrop

  2. It is essential for crypto start-ups to have a published whitepaper, as it is a key element that determines a project’s legitimacy.
    Crypto whitepapers are the first crucial step in attracting investors to a project.

  3. mining network

  4. Centralised and Decentralised

  1. The names of the five different types of airdrops are:
    Standard airdrop
    Bounty airdrop
    Exclusive airdrop
    Holder airdrop
    Hard fork airdrop

  2. Why is it essential for crypto start-ups to publish a whitepaper?
    It is essential for crypto start-ups to have a published whitepaper, as it is a key element that determines a project’s legitimacy.

  3. What’s missing from the following sentence?
    Mining network

  4. Which two groups are cross-chain bridges usually divided into?
    Centralized and Decentralized bridges

Standard airdrop
Bounty airdrop
Exclusive airdrop
Holder airdrop
Hard fork airdrop

  1. It is essential for crypto start-ups to have a published whitepaper, as it is a key element that determines a project’s legitimacy.
    Crypto whitepapers are the first crucial step in attracting investors to a project.

  2. mining network

  3. Centralised and Decentralised

  1. Standard, Bounty, Exclusive, Holder and Hard fork airdrop

  2. Whitepapers are the first crucial step in attracting investors to a project. It is essential to provide as much detail as possible about the project and why is worth investing in.

  3. mining network

  4. Centralised and Decentralised

yes would like to know the answers to that as well