Jackpot CEO reveals plan to digitize the lottery industry
Jackpot CEO Akshay Khanna reveals how the startup plans to disrupt the $100 billion lottery market on ‘The Claman Countdown.’
The Powerball jackpot has ballooned to a whopping $1.6 billion, and many Americans will be anxiously checking their tickets after Saturday night's Powerball drawing.
The total amount for a winner who takes the cash option would be approximately $782.4 million — making it the largest lottery prize in history, as FOX Business has previously reported.
One Iowa Powerball winner knows what it’s like to win millions — and understands firsthand what does change in your life in the days, months and years after the win and what doesn’t change.
POWERBALL JACKPOT REACHES $1.6B, BREAKING LOTTERY RECORD
"When you win the lottery, the exhilaration is through the roof; it's one of the most potentially life-altering things that can happen," Timothy Schultz told Fox News Digital via email.
Schultz won $29 million in the lottery back in 1999.