What is PiggyCoin?
PiggyCoin is a decentralised digital currency. See our website https://www.piggy-coin.com
for information about PiggyCoin.
You are an educator, a school administrator, or a mentor/volunteer (e.g. Teach for America). You are interested in digital currency and would like to acquire PiggyCoin for the purpose of in-class experimentation, as a reward system for students, or to integrate PiggyCoin into your lesson plans.
Because PiggyCoin currently has a low market capitalization, end users are encouraged to use them for learning purposes only. It is not recommended, for instance, that end users try to fund a school trip abroad with PiggyCoin at present.
What to expect?
You can expect to receive anywhere from 1,000 PiggyCoin upwards. It all depends on the availability of funds, the nature of your request, and the scale of your operation.
What's the catch?
You're required to at least write a brief paragraph detailing the results of the activity for which you were gifted PiggyCoins. It'd be preferred if you wrote about your experience in our subreddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/piggycoin
How do I request free coins?
1. Download your PiggyBank at https://www.piggy-coin.com/getting-started/
2. Create a receiving address.
3. Fill out the form below and submit your request.
4. Wait the PiggyTeam to contact you. We may request some ID or proof that you really do work at that school.
End User License
1. Under no circumstances may the PiggyCoin received through this request be used as a teacher's personal fund or investment portfolio. The public blockchain is a core feature of bitcoin-derived currencies, allowing everyone full transparency and the ability to account for funds sent to your address.
2. The fulfilment of this request is not guaranteed under any circumstances. PiggyCoin is an open source software project released under the MIT/X11 license. As per the license agreement, PiggyCoin is provided "as is" and there are no warranties available. By accepting the PiggyCoin funds, you acknowledge that developers are not responsible for any damages, liabilities, or costs incurred as a result of using or misusing the source or software.