Paxful, the peer-to-peer marketplace built on open source bitcoin and blockchain technology, has launched a new widget, allowing anyone to instantly buy bitcoin worldwide. The widget, with over 300 ways to pay, can be embedded within any website, blog, YouTube channel, mobile app, email subscriber list, or Facebook page, allowing anybody to have their own customized bitcoin kiosk. People who participate in this process can earn 2% commission from each sale made.
As a promotional offer, the Virtual Bitcoin Kiosk Paxful is giving away 10 Bitcoins to those who sign up and make at least one sale through their virtual bitcoin kiosk before February 10th in a sweepstakes.
Co-founder of Paxful, Ray Youssef commented: “We have spent a year and a half learning the game inside and out and factoring in every little place where a first time buyer can get stuck and giving them a way to finish. This thing just works. There is also a pretty darn neat Silver Lining for the entrepreneurial folks. Bitcoin is still an early stage technology. Think about how the web was before Google AdSense. This program is incredible for anyone seeking ground-floor opportunities.”
Customers using the widget are connected with bitcoin sellers worldwide – based on their desired purchasing currency (Gift cards, Debit Cards etc.), quantity of bitcoin needed, and their desired payment method.
Artur Schaback, co-founder of Paxful said: “Unlike other affiliate programs, Paxful allows people to earn passively, instantly and globally. We commit to giving away thousands of dollars in bitcoin to affiliates to motivate everyone to try the program. The money will not just go to big affiliates, but first-timers too. As long as they refer a single sale of $10 they can win.”
The Paxful Virtual Bitcoin Kiosk program offers unique link codes, banners and buttons to be used creatively by anyone who wishes to participate and take advantage of this opportunity. Users offer bitcoin buy/sell services on websites, via chatbots and it opens up channels for educating the unbanked about its opportunities.