On August 31st, Step Hero will launch it’s first sales of HERO NFT Mystery Chests accompanied with the launch of HERO NFT Marketplace
Step Hero would also hold a Sales Affiliate Program where the top 33 best promoters having highest commission earn a total prize pool of 20,000 $BUSD, and all participants gain a commission rate of 8% of the total value of successful transactions.
About HERO NFT Mystery Chests
Each HERO Mystery Chest contains a random HERO NFT Collectible in the form of a HERO Character and these HERO Characters can be used to play Step Hero RPG, trade them on the marketplace, integrate them into other digital artworks, or keep them for your collection.
These HERO Collectibles include 4 HERO Characters with different attributes, stats, classes, and rarity.
4 HERO Characters appearing in this sale include:
1. King Arthur
3. Morgan Lefay
The higher the rarity of the HERO Character, the lower the probability of its appearance. In future sales we will sell NFTs of other characters.
Total amount sold: 8,000 Chests
Price: 88 $HERO/Chest
Max. quantity purchased/person: 20 Chests
The commission rate for promoters: 8%/Chest sold (equivalent to 7.04 HERO/Chest sold)
Probability & Issue Amount/ Rarity level
How to join Sales Affiliate Program
Step 1: Access Step Hero Marketplace: https://chest.stephero.io
Step 2: Connect wallet. (This step is mandatory so that Step Hero can track your successful referrals)
Step 3: Copy your referral link and share it with your friends.
Step 4: You will earn 8% of the total value of successful transactions made by your referees. In specific, you will earn 7.04 HERO/Chest sold as each HERO NFT Treasure Chest will be sold at the price of 88 $HERO.
Grant prizes for top promoters
The top 33 promoters with the highest numbers of successful chest purchases from referees win a total prize pool of 20,000 $BUSD.
Top 1: 10.000 $BUSD
Top 2: 5.000 $BUSD
Top 3: 2000 $BUSD
Top 4–33: 100 $BUSD/each
About Step Hero
Step Hero is the lucrative NFT fantasy-themed RPG game on Binance Smart Chain and Polygon (previously Matic Network).