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January 14, 2018, 07:24:53 PM
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I was searching for affiliate program discussion but could only find some very old topics like this: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=434608.0

For all you webmasters: what sites you check gradually to find out new affiliate programs? And what type of programs are the most potential ones for you?

I've been running an article/news/info site for few months and I've used the referral codes of exchanges and Coinbase ofc. I also got banners of Ledger Nano S. So far the exchange referrals look by far the most promising. Especially Binance - even if they cut their percentage down from 50% to 20% recently. Any one-time referral payments are so much worse compared to these. I've recently started to promote KuCoin too, which is becoming very popular.
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January 14, 2018, 08:10:36 PM
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If you know runcpa it is one of the affiliate program that i know new and well-known check it here https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=978258.0
If you really wanted to earn in bitcoins there are some affiliate that paying in bitcoin.
You can try peerfly and ogads they are paying in bitcoin in withdrawal..
But for affiliate program list i don't see any updated list as of now. Why not use the https://www.offervault.com but not all listed there are paying cryptocurrency..


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January 14, 2018, 08:42:22 PM
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For all you webmasters: what sites you check gradually to find out new affiliate programs? And what type of programs are the most potential ones for you?

I've been running an article/news/info site for few months and I've used the referral codes of exchanges and Coinbase ofc. I also got banners of Ledger Nano S. So far the exchange referrals look by far the most promising. Especially Binance - even if they cut their percentage down from 50% to 20% recently. Any one-time referral payments are so much worse compared to these. I've recently started to promote KuCoin too, which is becoming very popular.

What's the payout for KuCoin? I've seen their affiliate links around, but hadn't gotten around to signing up with them. Is it a percentage commission, for the lifetime of referred accounts?

The biggest money-makers right now are definitely exchanges and derivative brokers with that sort of program. The three best programs I know of are Binance (even after the reduction to 20%), Bitmex (no US customers), and 1Broker (equities/commodities/indices, but referrals will carry over to sister site 1Fox, who is launching BTC derivatives).

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January 19, 2018, 12:46:39 AM
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What's the payout for KuCoin? I've seen their affiliate links around, but hadn't gotten around to signing up with them. Is it a percentage commission, for the lifetime of referred accounts?
Here's how it works:
https://news.kucoin.com/en/kucoin-bonus-plan/

... or worked  Angry Because KuCoin stopped the invitation bonus program this week.

It's quite amazing; Binance just made a casual note that the percentage was dropped from 50% to 20% and KuCoin stopped paying for referrals entirely. They can do whatever they want since the webmasters have no other good options to promote either.
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January 20, 2018, 12:36:02 PM
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apart of the direct referral program such as binance and some temporal ICOs, I promote offers from the RunCPA network. Mainly cloud mining, but there are some ICO that they suggest me that also work pretty well
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