Shiva Token
Playing the T-Swap Lottery gives you a chance to win huge SHIVA prizes! It's easy, fair, and you can enter as often as you like as long as you have the SHIVA to buy a ticket.


  • Lottery ticket cost for 1 ticket: ~$5 USD in SHIVA.
  • Individual user Lottery entry limit: No overall limit, but only 100 tickets can be bought at a time.
  • Paying for one ticket will give users a random 6-digit combination with each digit being between 0-9, for e.g. “1-9-3-2-0-4”. Match numbers from the left to win prizes—the more numbers that match, the bigger the prize pool you'll share in.
  • Lottery uses Chainlink's implementation of VRF for true, secure randomness.

Ticket costs and bulk purchase discount

Lottery ticket prices are set at the start of the new lottery round, and target $5 USD (may vary slightly with sudden price fluctuations).
Buying multiple Lottery tickets at once gives a bulk discount on your purchase. You can buy as many as 100 tickets in one purchase, with the discount starting small at 2 tickets, and scaling up to 4.95% at 100 tickets.

How to win

Match numbers, from the left side of your ticket, to the winning numbers drawn at the end of a Lottery round.
  • Matching even just the first number will win you a small prize.
  • Match more numbers to win a share of a larger prize pool.

Prize eligibility

There are a total of six lottery balls, from 0 to 9, on each ticket. To win, your numbers need to match the drawn numbers in the same order as the lottery balls, starting from the left of the ticket. For example:
Drawn numbers
Drawn Numbers
Your ticket's numbers
Your Ticket A
In the example above, Ticket A, five of the ticket's numbers match the same drawn numbers, in the exact same order: all except the fourth one.
However, since the fourth digit does not match the drawn number, only the first three digits count as matching in order. This would win a "Match first 3" prize.
Your Ticket B
Example Ticket B. Here's an unlucky one. Even though the last five digits match, the first digit doesn't match, so this ticket doesn't win anything at all.
You will only share in prizes from the highest prize bracket you are eligible for. A ticket matching the first three numbers will only be eligible for prizes from the match-three bracket, and not for the match-one or match-two brackets.
Remember: The digits must match in order, starting from left to right.

What if there are no winners?

If SHIVA in the prize pools isn't won it doesn't go to waste! Unclaimed SHIAV rolls over to the next Lottery round.

How are prizes broken down between brackets?

Each bracket's prize pool is a portion of the total SHIVA in each Lottery round.
  • Bracket (numbers matched in order)
    SHIVA Allocation
    First 1 number
    First 2 numbers
    First 3 numbers
    First 4 numbers
    First 5 numbers
    First 6 numbers

Can I swap my tickets back to SHIVA?

No, once purchased you will not be able to convert your ticket back to SHIVA.

How often is the lottery?

A new Lottery round starts every Week.

What transaction fee will I pay for buying tickets?

Every ticket purchase you make will be one transaction. Purchasing a single ticket in a Lottery purchase will cost the normal amount of fees for a transaction.
However, buying more tickets in that purchase will increase the fee. Buying 100 tickets rather than 1 will not multiply the fee by 100, but may increase the fee amount by 5-6 times (though this varies).

How does the bulk discount work?

The bulk discount rewards buying larger amounts of tickets with a scaling discount. If you're only buying 2 tickets, the discount is negligible, but will add up quickly as you increase the number of tickets to buy in the one transaction.
The discount only applies to each transaction up to 100 tickets. The discount does not carry over to the next transaction or next round.

Why can I only buy 100 tickets?

You can only buy a maximum of 100 tickets in one purchase, but you can make multiple purchases. There's nothing to stop you buying more tickets after your first 100.