Welcome to BitLabs

This page will help you get started with BitLabs.

Get to know BitLabs

Welcome to BitLabs! We offer an offer wall and API solutions for integrating offers, surveys, and receipt scanning as earning opportunities for your users into your products. You will find all the necessary information for integration in this documentation. In case you have any questions, please reach out to your account manager.

How can users earn on BitLabs?

We have a variety of different earning opportunities available at BitLabs:

  • Games and Offers: Let users play games, sign up or complete other tasks to earn rewards or currency. Read more about it here.
  • Surveys: Let users share their opinions in surveys to earn rewards or currency. Read more about it here.
  • Magic Receipt: Our newest addition. Users in the US can scan receipts from Walmart, Target, and other vendors to earn rewards or currency. Read more about it here.

What is needed to integrate BitLabs?

In general, four steps are needed to integrate BitLabs into your product.

1. A BitLabs Dashboard account

The first step would be to create a Dashboard account. It will allow you to set up, customize, and oversee statistics about your BitLabs offer wall. Learn how to create an account here.

2. Create a new BitLabs offer wall placement or app token

Whether you want to integrate the offer wall or our API, you need to set up a new placement on the BitLabs Dashboard. Learn how to do it here.

3. Implementing BitLabs into your product

Now we get to the more interesting part: Integrating BitLabs. You can choose between many different integration methods. If you are unsure which one is the best for your use case, please get in touch with your account manager. We offer the following integrations:

  • Offer wall web integration
  • Mobile SDK integration
  • API integration

You can find the respective guides on the left-hand side of this document.

4. Setting up callbacks

To reward users, your system needs to know what they did and how much they have earned. To achieve that, we provide callbacks (also known as postbacks or webhooks). Learn more about them here.

Launching your integration

Once you have integrated BitLabs and tested everything, you are good to go. You can ask your account manager for suggestions on how to place the BitLabs offer wall in your product to receive the maximum amount of traffic and revenue. Remember to turn off any test modes, otherwise, it could end up in users receiving rewards they shouldn't have.