Bounty Campaign in the crypto world.
Bounty campaign is limited in time public offer that contains rules, reward conditions, and bounty tasks aiming to promote a specified crypto project.
Any person can join a bounty campaign to become a bounty hunter and perform bounty tasks for a reward.
The reward is usually nominated in a project’s tokens or coins. Every project states its bounty pool size that will be allocated to all participants after the end of a bounty campaign. The size of the individual reward depends on the number of stakes, which a bounty hunter earns during the campaign by performing bounty tasks.
Every bounty campaign has its own rules describing in details what tasks should be done by participants, how to report and how much bounty stakes will be given.
The aim of bounty tasks is to promote a specified crypto project on different media channels. For example, one of the simplest task may require a participant to like and share a project’s post through his/her personal Facebook account.
Know how to craft, post and manage an effective bounty campaign to increase crypto project awareness.
The moment you decide to launch a token sale campaign (ICO, STO, IEO, etc) you need to start thinking about a bounty campaign. But, why bounty is so important? How to create an effective bounty campaign? How to run and finish bounty? How to decrease a token price dump caused by bounty participants? All these questions and more will be answered in the series of posts, containing the best tips and practices for conducting a successful bounty campaign.
The purpose of a bounty campaign
Types of bounty campaigns
How to Organize a Bounty Campaign
How many tokens to allocate on Bounty
Tips for decreasing a token price dump
Multiple rounds vs single bounty session
What bounty programs to include
Bounty platforms vs hand-run bounties
Own vs hired bounty manager
How to craft an effective Bounty Campaign
How to create Bounty title
What include in Bounty heading
General Bounty terms & conditions
Bounty programs’ tasks, rules, and rewards
What images to include in Bounty
Bounty forms and spreadsheets
Best Tips for a Bounty Publishing
Where to publish a Bounty
Best time for Bounty publishing
How to Run & Manage Bounty Campaign
How to check bounty hunters work
How to spot cheaters, scammers, and multi-accounts
Why the number of participants is not growing
Best Tips for bounty participants increasing
How to Finish a Bounty Campaign
Bounty campaign closing and calculating the results
Tokens distribution to bounty hunters
How to avoid scam accusation and why it’s important
How to use a bounty community power
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