BitPay Brackets: Round 3 Voting Now Open

We've made it to Round 3! Only four coins are left: Shiba Inu (SHIB), Cardano (ADA), BNB (BNB) and Polygon (MATIC). Winners from this heat will move onto the final match. Which coins will you send to the championship? Vote in Round 3 now!

Voting for Round 3 closes at 9PM ET on Sunday, 04/03. Remember, in order to be included in the prize drawing, you must vote in each round using the same email address.

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Round 3 Matchups

BNB (BNB)² vs Polygon (MATIC)¹⁴

BitPay Brackets: Round 3 Voting Now Open

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Shiba Inu (SHIB)¹² vs Cardano (ADA)⁷

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Vote for your favorite coin, win cool prizes

At the end of the tournament, everyone who voted will be included in a drawing to win BitPay prizes. Prizes include custom BitPay Vans sneakers and a custom APMEX 1 oz silver coin. In order to be entered into the prize drawing, you must vote in all rounds.

BitPay Brackets: Round 3 Voting Now Open

What is BitPay Brackets?

BitPay Brackets is a single elimination tournament where each up and coming coin will face off until one remains. Voting is open to the entire crypto community. Vote for your favorite coin in these head-to-head matchups. Which will be the next cryptocurrency to explode? Find out with BitPay Brackets.

BitPay Bracket Rules

  • Coins are ranked by market cap (as of 3/3/22), seeded and matched up against each other.
  • Voting is open to all. Select a coin from each match and submit your votes. One vote per email address.
  • Once each round ends, we will tally all the votes to see which coin moves onto the next round. A total of 4 voting rounds will take place.
  • In order to be entered into the prize drawing, you must vote in all four rounds of the tournament and use the same email address to submit your votes.
  • Why isn’t Bitcoin/Ethereum included? BitPay Brackets is intended to showcase the next big cryptocurrencies. Bitcoin and Ethereum are already leading coins, so we’ve omitted them to make room for a more diverse set of coins.
  • See complete contest rules here.

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