Peergame launches BSV affiliate program in closed beta

Peergame has announced its own Affiliate Partners Program, allowing a number of chosen partners to join the closed beta test.

The programme gives Bitcoin SV (BSV) users and brands an opportunity to benefit from a revenue-sharing model.

Peergame will start with a closed beta and then move onto public testing, allowing individual partners to sign up and promote the company's products and gaming solutions.

Peergame already hosts a registration page and a landing page for new partners, although it will be another month before the general public can benefit from the solution, and partners can start promoting the products.

This is de facto the first Bitcoin SV affiliate program which offers free sign-ups and payouts in real-time.

Peergame will focus on data transparency and promote BSV as a viable blockchain protocol to use for igaming purposes.

Detailing why Peergame has chosen to go with an innovative revenue-sharing model for BSV, the FAQ section had this to say: “Why not? We offer a unique product, fair gaming, and a lot of fun. You would only be proud to promote us to your users. And if they choose to pay for the fun we are offering — we will be happy to share it with you!”

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Written by Alex


Alex is a well-rounded crypto writer who focuses on general market and legal developments. His main interest lies in how crypto gaming can become a more permanent part of the gaming landscape and how blockchain holds benefits to players they are not even aware of.

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