FinTech platform YouHodler is launching a new contest that will take place in the Decentraland. The three-day “Treasure Hunt” gives participants the chance to win real $30,000 in the virtual world.
For the contest, YouHodler created a custom building in the Decentraland metaverse. Inside the YouHodler place are three “escape style” rooms filled with smart activities and a very real possibility to win $30,000 worth of MANA (Decentraland’s native currency).
After each day, the Treasure Hunt is reset with new tasks inside, allowing a new contestant a chance to win another $10,000 worth of MANA. In addition to the grand prize, the most active participant can also win an exclusive YouHodler NFT and VIP interest rate on any coin on the platform. Every participant will receive a free YouHodler wearable to their Decentraland accounts.
The contest is the first metaverse campaign of its kind launched by a crypto-backed lending company involving real money. YouHodler structured the Treasure Hunt in a way that the experience not only includes cash prizes but also as a fun, engaging adventure set inside the metaverse.
The YouHodler Treasure Hunt was created in partnership with MetaDigital, a Swiss Metaverse brand of Arcades Digital, CEO Chistroph Ebell and Kuble AG, CEO Christian Aichhorn. Chistroph Ebell from MetaDigital stated:
“We are excited to help YouHodler with their expansion into the metaverse. They are always innovating and creating an amazing experience for their CeDeFi platform customers. The YouHodler treasure hunt is the first step – come along!”
Head of Partnerships at YouHodler Vaida Saltenyte added
“For users already on Decentraland, come visit us for new experiences and participate to win MANA. For those not in the metaverse yet, but wanted to see what it is all about, this is a perfect opportunity to finally do so.
We’ve all heard a lot about the metaverse this past year so now is a great time to get acquainted with the next generation of the internet, have fun and perhaps even win great prizes in the process.”