Today sees the launch of CoinDesk Deals, which brings you exclusive offers on hardware, gadgets, software and e-learning, plus awesome giveaways of big-ticket tech items and special freebies.
To mark the launch of this new service, CoinDesk is giving away a MacBook Pro to one lucky winner.
The 13-inch MacBook Pro (Retina) has a 2.6GHz Dual-core i5, 8GB of RAM and 128GB of Flash storage. To be in with a chance of winning, enter at CoinDesk Deals by 23:59 (PST) on 18th March.
On top of this, we’re giving everyone who signs up for the CoinDesk Deals newsletter 10% off anything in the store until 23:59 (PST) on 31st March using the coupon code COINDESK10.
Those who sign up for the newsletter will receive one email each week detailing the current top deals from the store.
There are a number of other items on offer in the Giveaways section of the store, including a Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4, and a 50-inch LG TV and Sound Bar.
Visit the Freebies section, too, and you’ll find a collection of items available free of charge. These include anything from programming courses and mobile apps to software and design assets.
Bitcoin products and payment
We’re working on adding more bitcoin products to the store, so keep checking back to find great deals on cryptocurrency-related items.
Currently, you can pay for items using PayPal or credit/debit card, but we are working with our payment provider to enable bitcoin payments as soon as possible.
We’d love to hear your feedback on this new service, which can be accessed via the 'Deals' tab at the top of the site, or by heading directly to deals.coindesk.com.
Share your thoughts in the comments section below and let us know what kind of products you’d like to see in the store.
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