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Frequently asked questions about our #Lunosaur competition

What is #Lunosaur?

The way people use and think about money is constantly evolving. At Luno, we believe that the natural evolution of money is unfolding right in front of our eyes. This notion is addressed in our new campaign called #Lunosaur, in that currencies may not last forever.

The #Lunosaur is our mascot for the campaign, featuring an origami dinosaur made from a bank note – a metaphor which represents the “dinosaurs” in our wallets. It is also the name of a new competition we have just launched.

To learn more about the campaign, read our blog post about how currencies aren’t forever.

How does the #Lunosaur competition work?

To enter the #Lunosaur competition, you’ll need show us your best origami effort. Create a #Lunosaur from a banknote or any other piece of paper. 

You can download our step-by-step instructions on how to fold a #Lunosaur our origami expert show you how it’s done in this video. Remember not to destroy or damage the banknote if you’re using one.

When you’re ready to share your masterpiece, upload a photo or video of it to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or LinkedIn. Don't forget to use the hashtag #Lunosaur in your caption and make sure your photo or video is publicly visible so that we can track your entry. 

Please note that to be eligible to win, you’ll need to also be a verified Luno customer. Read the full Terms and Conditions about the #Lunosaur competition. 

I've followed the folding steps but my #Lunosaur looks a little different?

Don't worry, it also took us a few tries to get it right. We recommend having a few practice turns to get you familiar with the folding technique.


Do I have to use a banknote?

Entrants do not have to use a banknote and are free to use any piece of paper that can be folded into a #Lunosaur creation.

Isn't it illegal to deface paper money/banknotes?

If you’re using a banknote for your entry, it is not illegal to fold it as long as your #Lunosaur origami creation does not result in the banknote being damaged or destroyed. The note has to be able to fold back to its original form.

What is the prize?

One lucky entrant will stand the chance to win a grand prize of one Bitcoin (1 BTC), which will be deposited directly into their Luno wallet. 


Can I exchange the prize for cash?

Once the prize reflects in the winner's Luno wallet, they may do anything he/she desires with it. 

How will the winner be selected?

The winning creation will be selected by an internal #Lunosaur judging panel and the selection of the winner will be at the sole discretion of Luno. The judging panel’s decision will be final. 

How will I know if I have won?

Winners will be notified by email and social media within five business days following the competition closing date. 

What if my entry is lost?

Please remember to include the hashtag #Lunosaur when posting your photo or video to Facebook and/or Instagram and/or Twitter, as well to make your photo/video publicly visible so that we can track your entry. An entry is not valid unless the #Lunosaur hashtag is included in your post, and the social media profile or post has been made public. Late entries will not be permitted.

What is the closing date of the competition?

To ensure entrants have plenty of time to create their best #Lunosaur scenes, the competition will commence on 15 October 2018 and will run until 18 November 2018. Luno reserves the right to shorten or extend the competition deadline in our sole discretion.

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