Upland is giving away $100 a week to one lucky winner

Upland giveaway

Plus a new player sign up bonus of 6,000 UPX with DappRadar

Top blockchain game Upland is giving away $100 a week for the next three weeks in exchange for Twitter follows. All you have to do is submit your details below and follow Upland on Twitter.

One lucky winner will be chosen each week and receive $100 worth of either BTC, ETH, or EOS. Each week will be a different cryptocurrency but always to the value of $100.00.

How to enter 

  1. Go and follow Upland on Twitter
  2. LIKE & RETWEET the pinned tweet on Upland’s profile.
  3. TAG 3 friends in a reply to the pinned tweet on Upland’s profile.

Then, cross all your fingers and toes and await a @reply on Twitter letting you know if you have won! 

About Upland 

If it wasn’t clear at first, it is now: whoever has not yet been introduced to Upland is missing something special. And while Upland may have been called “Monopoly on the blockchain” several times, you can definitely feel that there is something more there, if not only in their ever-growing community of unique users (now numbering more than 10,000 daily active users on a monthly basis).

Upland is the first-of-its-kind, next-gen blockchain metaverse mapped to the real world that merges social interactions and gaming with monetization opportunities. To date, Upland players were able to transact via the in-game cryptocurrency UPX. 

Now with the introduction of Tilia Pay players can start earning real money by flipping properties and in the future by selling all sorts of NFTs via operating their own virtual businesses (e.g. art galleries, nurseries, car dealerships, etc.) in Upland.

Signup bonus of 6,000 UPX

New plays that join Upland with this link and receive a doubled signup bonus of 6,000 UPX: https://discover.upland.me/dappradar_giveaway_01

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