Bitcointalk has grown much ever since it was created in 2009 by Satoshi Nakamoto, the pseudonymous founder of Bitcoin, himself. In the second quarter of 2013, the Bitcoin forum had over 100,000 users registered. The number had increased significantly until it reached about 2,700,000 by the end of 2019, according to one of the hero members of Bitcointalk.
Such huge population of registered forum users is seen as an earning opportunity by Bitcoin casino affiliates. These affiliates earn commission from Bitcoin betting portals by spreading referral links across various platforms, including Bitcointalk. If other users click on these links, it can mean revenue share or cost per acquisition (CPA) commission to affiliates.
The casino referral links are most commonly shared by the affiliates across the Gambling childboards on Bitcointalk.org. When you open the active threads here, you will notice that a lot of users use avatars (the thumbnails you see under their names) that show the betting portal they most probably are affiliates of. More often than not, each of their posts are accompanied by signatures that contain hyperlinked graphics with coded links leading the casino they market.
This type of casino affiliate marketing is not new on the forum. Mere observation may even let you see the most popular iGaming affiliate programs on Bitcointalk. Among them are the following, enumerated in no particular order.
Crypto-Games.net Affiliate Program
This Bitcoin referral program offers affiliates 25% share of the house edge from bets made by players on dice, slots, and other games. It is also worth noting that Crypto-Games.net is one of the oldest Bitcoin casinos today. With such old age in the industry, it has already carved itself as one of the most reputable gaming sites for Bitcoin players.
Sportsbet.io Affiliate Program
Affiliates of Sportsbet.io target mainly sportsbook players. Since Sportsbet.io is home to one of the largest sportsbooks catering to cryptocurrency users, the referrals can range from all sorts of sports fans. The highest revenue share given by Sportsbet.io Affiliate Program is 30%. Payments are processed at the beginning of each month.
PlayBetr Affiliate Program
Another noticeably growing casino and affiliate program are PlayBetr and its player referral earning scheme. PlayBetr has a big casino gaming library and a wide sportsbook, so almost all kinds of bettors are welcome here. Even better, affiliates can earn up to 60% rev share from the casino and up to 40% and 20% from the sportsbook and dice games, respectively.
Bitsler Affiliate Program
With 7 provably fair Bitcoin games, Bitsler is a friendly gaming site among cryptocurrency players. Its affiliate program is quite generous as it gives affiliates up to 50% revenue share. Various kinds of banners will be provided by the program to help you set up ads to get players into signing up.
MintDice Affiliate Program
Each player on MintDice is given upon registration his unique MintDice affiliate link. Joining the casino with then allow you to use this link and thereafter potentially earn 10% share of the betting site’s revenue generated from your referred players. Referral HTML boxes will be provided to help you reach out to more Bitcoin players.
BitVest Affiliate Program
Six games make up BitVest Bitcoin casino, all of which provably fair. Having built an interactive player community of its own, BitVest continues to gain the confidence of more bettors, especially those that click on referral links leading to this betting site. By joining BitVest Affiliate Program, you get a chance to earn 10% revenue share from your direct referrals and 5% and 3% revenue shares from your referrals’ invites and theirs. Such three-tiered commission system attracts Bitcoin affiliates easily.
Other popular Bitcoin casino affiliate programs on Bitcointalk.org trailing behind the above are those of 777Coin.com, BitDice, FortuneJack, and AceWin.io.