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Introducing SantaCoin!

Proof of $Santa Spreading (POSS) - the first ever Twitter based Solana memecoin where most of the supply is to be given to a random person on Twitter who shares the Christmas spirit.

$20 worth will be raffled to anyone who tweets with a $SANTA cashtag + tagging our account @SantaCoincash

The GIFT APP will be live on Dec 14, 2023

Just go to our website, link your Solana wallet and link your Twitter to claim if you are the winner!

Randomness will be governed by @PythNetwork $PYTH to show everyone it is fair.

Another thing, if the winner does not claim their $SANTA 1 hour from being chosen. The $20 worth of $SANTA will be tossed in Santa Clause's fireplace for heat!

We are live now on @orca_so with $SOL pair!

Our contract address is DNX15h87AzntcqKAMNwfgM6dHrNCumMTWVNuhwaCbJpg
The chart is here: Dexscreener

SANTACOIN $SANTA Solana 100,000,000,000 $5,000 $50,000
10% Liquidity 85% Gift 5% Prizes

Fun Facts

Santa Claus has lots of different names

Santa Claus is known by various names worldwide, such as Father Christmas in the UK, Kris Kringle in the USA, Père Noël in France, Święty Mikołaj in Poland, and Weihnachtsmann in Germany. Which name do you prefer?

Santa’s sleigh is the fastest vehicle ever

Santa's sleigh, the fastest vehicle ever, must cover the entire world on Christmas Eve to deliver presents to around 2.5 billion children on the nice list, moving at an astounding speed of approximately 1,800 miles per second. Wow!

Santa has NINE reindeer

Santa has nine reindeer, and they help him fly his sleigh so that he can deliver presents. Santa’s reindeer are called: Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner, Blitzen, and Rudolph!

Santa and Mrs Claus have Canadian passports

Santa and Mrs. Claus hold Canadian passports. In 2013, Canadian Immigration Minister Chris Alexander presented Mr. and Mrs. Claus with their own Canadian e-passports, adding a touch of festive charm to their travels.

He didn’t always wear a red suit

In the 19th century, diverse depictions of Santa emerged, showcasing him in various colored suits, at times portrayed as miniature, and occasionally, he was even illustrated riding a broomstick rather than his sleigh.

‘Ho Ho Ho’ is Santa’s way of expressing his happiness and joy

‘Ho Ho Ho’ is Santa’s way of expressing his happiness and joy – if he said ‘Ha Ha Ha’, people may think he was laughing at them!