Wagerr kicks off anonymous affiliate program

Wagerr has debuted its first anonymous affiliate program, which the company claims to be the first in the world of its kind.

While most affiliate programs tend to require a lot of details, Wagerr is bucking the trend by introducing a slightly different setup.

The company is launching the program globally and looking to sign up new parties to promote Wagerr as a product.

The main issue that Wagerr used to face was how to create an affiliate solution that actually worked on the blockchain, something that has not been attempted before, and something that Wagerr now has the answer to.

Clearly, consumers value their anonymity and that is precisely why they use Wagerr in the first place. Introducing a solution that channels the anonymity of the blockchain and gives the added benefit of converting consumers is an ambitious challenge.

Wagerr offers 0.15% of the net profit margin in return to consumers who have converted others and gives a start to what the company describes as the “most competitive affiliate program in the world.” You read this correct – you will get a percentage of your conversions winnings.

The program is already live, meaning that new and existing Wagerr consumers are welcome to start converting or bringing their friends. There are some key differences in the way Wagerr allows you to earn, too.

You can earn on your conversions' wins whereas other affiliate programs rely on consumers losing. While other affiliate programs lock rewards in for a long time, Wagerr makes sure to pay instantly.

Wagerr is a leading sports betting platform and it sits right alongside Sportsbet and Cloudbet in terms of competitive betting options.

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