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October 06, 2015, 03:01:51 AM
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Bithire is a global online market place for offering services and acquiring services. Bithire uses Bitcoin and the blockchain for providing a secure and decentralised payment solution. In addition, members can utilize our in-site currency HIRE token for micro-tipping, redeeming rewards, and more!


GET IT DONE!
Have a job you need done? Bithire is your team here to help you complete your vision!

OFFER YOUR SERVICES
Have a skill or talent you want to share? Time to get paid doing what you love! Offer your services on the BitHire network.

SECURITY AND TRUST
Secure transactions are powered bitcoin and the blockchain providing anonymity and security.



Bithire will allow those with valuable skills to do work in exchange for Bitcoin and Hire Token!
Whether it’s working as a virtual assistant, graphic designer, website designer, coding or even giving lessons, Bithire is the place to find the perfect person to hire.

The website will be the first to offer completely blockchain based payments and furthermore, will make use of the HIRE token for tipping.

In addition to tipping, HIRE token will be accepted on the site for paid advertising, as well as featuring your gig.

To kick start the website, we will be offering a small fee of 5% on all commissions!

WE NOW HAVE A CHINESE ANN THREAD!:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1232888.0






Ticker : HIRE
Coin Supply : 42,000,000
PoS Interest : 3%
Coinbase Maturity : 20
Min Stake Age : 2 Hours
Block Time :  60 seconds



Nodes

Code:
addnodes=178.62.23.132
addnodes=46.101.73.210






This Crowdfund will last for 2 weeks starting today (07-10-2015) ending (21-10-2015)



UPDATE: Our Crowdfund has been met! Thank you for your support!


We are looking to raise a minimum of 10 BTC for the project to go ahead.
This will allow us fund the server costs and in continue development of the website platform.
If we reach our 25 BTC target, a strong marketing campaign will be put together which will involve paid adverts across the web.


We would also like to look at potentially bringing onboard some freelancers onboard for the launch of the site.
These early freelancers would benefit from the advertising and marketing which would highlight their services.



(22-10-2015) Our whitepaper is now ready and available for all to view!

Please check it out at: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0Bws_tje3IBUISjdqaE5IUDM3b2s
















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no pow = scam
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October 06, 2015, 03:11:24 AM
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no pow = scam

Developing a platform takes time and money. We aren't asking alot, secondly, why don't you run off to ETH and scream scam. Discussions here will be about the project, and also ideas for what kind of jobs there might be, and also suggestions / constructive critism are welcome.
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no pow = scam

Developing a platform takes time and money. We aren't asking alot, secondly, why don't you run off to ETH and scream scam. Discussions here will be about the project, and also ideas for what kind of jobs there might be, and also suggestions / constructive critism are welcome.
Looks good will follow.
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October 06, 2015, 03:27:57 AM
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had the same idea  Angry

please figure out a way for a non ICO. Like a premine in escrow... i'd be ok with that.
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October 06, 2015, 04:47:43 AM
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had the same idea  Angry

please figure out a way for a non ICO. Like a premine in escrow... i'd be ok with that.

Then we're like minded and you must have some good ideas which might help us too.

Obviously should we raise the 10 BTC minimum, that would give us the funding necessary to really take this project and gradually grow it. One of the main challenges will be to get some of the freelancers who don't know about crypto involved in such a platform and for that we'll hopefully make a really intuitive and attractive video as part of the marketing plan to state some clear advantages to using our platform over others.

Secondly, online marketing is really going to make the difference when it comes to getting users on board. Much of the time, people who think about starting up a business tend not take account of the marketing costs which are hugely important.
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October 06, 2015, 05:07:27 AM
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had the same idea  Angry

please figure out a way for a non ICO. Like a premine in escrow... i'd be ok with that.

Then we're like minded and you must have some good ideas which might help us too.

Obviously should we raise the 10 BTC minimum, that would give us the funding necessary to really take this project and gradually grow it. One of the main challenges will be to get some of the freelancers who don't know about crypto involved in such a platform and for that we'll hopefully make a really intuitive and attractive video as part of the marketing plan to state some clear advantages to using our platform over others.

Secondly, online marketing is really going to make the difference when it comes to getting users on board. Much of the time, people who think about starting up a business tend not take account of the marketing costs which are hugely important.

I'm a freelancer, I see the potential. The target demographic are people who are at least one step above the general population in regards to knowing their way around computers and the internet. I think it is a great idea but* same ol same ol. Not judging you but this place is tainted with scams - don't even blink or you're screwed. ICO is the red flag here, one could say it is a guaranteed scam in this day and age unless you give out your credentials and attach your name to it, even so it would still be high risk. I know there needs to be funding, so that's why I suggest the premine in escrow alternative, releasing funds for infrastructure transparently on a case by case basis.
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Nice project, I bookmark  Wink
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October 08, 2015, 10:05:09 AM
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Nice idea i will definetly watch this one to see what is happening.
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October 08, 2015, 10:12:12 AM
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Please explain "crypto integration" Smiley
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October 08, 2015, 10:30:37 AM
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had the same idea  Angry

please figure out a way for a non ICO. Like a premine in escrow... i'd be ok with that.

Then we're like minded and you must have some good ideas which might help us too.

Obviously should we raise the 10 BTC minimum, that would give us the funding necessary to really take this project and gradually grow it. One of the main challenges will be to get some of the freelancers who don't know about crypto involved in such a platform and for that we'll hopefully make a really intuitive and attractive video as part of the marketing plan to state some clear advantages to using our platform over others.

Secondly, online marketing is really going to make the difference when it comes to getting users on board. Much of the time, people who think about starting up a business tend not take account of the marketing costs which are hugely important.

I'm a freelancer, I see the potential. The target demographic are people who are at least one step above the general population in regards to knowing their way around computers and the internet. I think it is a great idea but* same ol same ol. Not judging you but this place is tainted with scams - don't even blink or you're screwed. ICO is the red flag here, one could say it is a guaranteed scam in this day and age unless you give out your credentials and attach your name to it, even so it would still be high risk. I know there needs to be funding, so that's why I suggest the premine in escrow alternative, releasing funds for infrastructure transparently on a case by case basis.
i agree in this add your name on it social media and your team name and escrow
you are planning to make a bussiness but you want stay anonymous
who do you think will invest on it a large amount without guaranteed that it will be develop
almost all ICO happen lately is all scam want funds but vanish after that
if you think im wrong then prove it and if you cant do that just leave now
there a lot of ICO scam happening here and were are sick now at just looking at it

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seriously mate poker lol I know a lot of poker players but with crypto is hard
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October 08, 2015, 12:43:17 PM
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Thread look nice
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October 08, 2015, 01:27:20 PM
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recommended by me, you can placement your coin in yobit for first exchange Smiley
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October 12, 2015, 12:41:04 PM
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I'm gonna give this a shot. How much do we get paid after the fees come into place?
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I'm gonna give this a shot. How much do we get paid after the fees come into place?

Appreciated! The fee's we're planning to take would be 5%. However we'll be looking at implementing ways of reducing that for freelancers with high activity, so the more popular your services are, the less fees!

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October 12, 2015, 02:33:22 PM
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Bought me a few, haven't had a reasonable looking ICO to invest into for a while now. Can we pay freelancers with hire tokens alone?

 

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October 12, 2015, 02:44:31 PM
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I'm gonna give this a shot. How much do we get paid after the fees come into place?

Appreciated! The fee's we're planning to take would be 5%. However we'll be looking at implementing ways of reducing that for freelancers with high activity, so the more popular your services are, the less fees!



Gotcha. Another question I have is, what would be the size of jobs that we could offer? For example if I wanted to offer some larger project that might take a while, and cost quite a bit more than the usual day job. And for these type of jobs I usually like to take a deposit. How would you deal with that?

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any info dev ?  as not convincing
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