UK-Based App, Mode Reintroduces Bitcoin Affiliate Program With 12% Cashback

Mode application relaunched its affiliate program, allowing customers to earn 12% rewards in Bitcoin on qualified online transactions via the company’s app. Existing customers were limited to 5% cashback when it was newly introduced, while new users were given a one-time 10% cashback incentive. Furthermore, the company’s Bitcoin rewards program has been revamped with a new appearance, and more than 100 new companies are taking part in the promo.

12% Cashback For Mode Affiliates

Mode, a fintech firm established in the United Kingdom publicly traded on the LSE (London Stock Exchange), has revamped its Bitcoin reward program. The scheme has been upgraded to enable affiliate adverts to give Mode users 12% of their earnings in Bitcoin incentives.

Mode customers must have an active account and the latest version of the mobile app in order to take advantage of the new updates and earn cashback on purchases made at chosen online shops. Users are advised to log into the Mode application with a valid account, go to the “Rewards” menu and browse through all of the firms that are enlisted in the program before starting their buying spree.

Because each business has a special cashback rate, consumers may earn about 1 to 12% in BTC for their purchase at each location. Selected stores will offer unique bargains on certain items, with a bigger percentage of cashback available during specified periods of the week.

Mode makes use of an advertising affiliate initiative in order to make this service available to its customers. An individual uses the Mode app to buy anything, and the shop and Mode are notified that the transaction was made using the application. Mode is subsequently compensated for handling the transaction by receiving an affiliate fee from which Mode distributes a portion of it to the customer. In this affiliate scheme, tracking the data is an essential component of the procedure.

Requirements To Get The BTC Cashback 

The user must shop with the Mode web browser and enable cookies so the company can accurately detect qualifying purchases before they will be paid in BTC. Users who do not allow cookies on their devices will not be given rewards.

Also, the customer will not be able to receive BTC cashback if they go straight to a brand’s website that is part of the program and make their purchase. Mode does not offer billing info to shops; instead, customers finance purchases using a Mode account funded by a UK bank.

The cashback feature was first introduced in October last year. Several companies, such as Crypto.com, have launched the payback program to promote their apps and credit cards by taking advantage of the global crypto frenzy.

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