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June 23, 2011, 08:45:40 AM
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Lets face it, most of the bitcoin users are a bunch of geeks and rather well educated at that.

With that being said, lets start hiring each other to do stuff. This, imo, is one of the easiest markets to tap to spend and gain bitcoins. Everyone has SOMETHING they can do that can be sold for btc. If you are an employer, tell your employees that you are going to start paying them in BTC, if they don't like it then tell them to take a hike. If you are a worker then start working for employers who pay in btc. Might as well start hustling for that coin now! If we want bitcoin to be successful then we have to put our money where our mouth is and that means trying to only buy and sell things with bitcoins.

Here is a list of some btc job sites:

https://workforbitcoin.com/
http://www.forbitcoin.com/
http://www.bitcoinjobs.com/
http://btcworker.com/
http://bitgigs.com/

if you have any other job sites you know about please post!

Thanks!

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June 23, 2011, 09:04:31 AM
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You can add our site to the list.

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June 23, 2011, 09:09:45 AM
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You can add our site to the list.

Done. keep up the good work.

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June 23, 2011, 05:36:42 PM
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Do any of those sites allow us to see bitcoin job seekers instead of bitcoin jobs? Thats the data I'm interested in.

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June 24, 2011, 12:16:51 AM
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If you are an employer, tell your employees that you are going to start paying them in BTC, if they don't like it then tell them to take a hike. If you are a worker then start working for employers who pay in btc. Might as well start hustling for that coin now!

I'm sure you're joking, but its a bit difficult to pay your taxes in bitcoin.
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June 25, 2011, 12:03:02 AM
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If you are an employer, tell your employees that you are going to start paying them in BTC, if they don't like it then tell them to take a hike. If you are a worker then start working for employers who pay in btc. Might as well start hustling for that coin now!

I'm sure you're joking, but its a bit difficult to pay your taxes in bitcoin.

"pay taxes in bitcoin" - lol!
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June 25, 2011, 02:51:23 AM
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If you are an employer, tell your employees that you are going to start paying them in BTC, if they don't like it then tell them to take a hike. If you are a worker then start working for employers who pay in btc. Might as well start hustling for that coin now!

I'm sure you're joking, but its a bit difficult to pay your taxes in bitcoin.

Just sell some bitcoin and pay the taxes in cash, problem solved.You only need to pay taxes once a year so its no big deal.

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June 25, 2011, 07:51:36 AM
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Just sell some bitcoin and pay the taxes in cash, problem solved.You only need to pay taxes once a year so its no big deal.

is a problem. theres a reason people are not converting all of their liquid assets to gold. price of gold changes more than taxes owed.

and its inconvenient to do this.

ask yourself this, would you work for japanese yen, while living in america? how about other things of value? used dvd's? you could just sell them just like you do BTC.
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June 25, 2011, 10:07:40 AM
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Just sell some bitcoin and pay the taxes in cash, problem solved.You only need to pay taxes once a year so its no big deal.

is a problem. theres a reason people are not converting all of their liquid assets to gold. price of gold changes more than taxes owed.

and its inconvenient to do this.

ask yourself this, would you work for japanese yen, while living in america? how about other things of value? used dvd's? you could just sell them just like you do BTC.

No its not a problem since converting btc to usd is easy. People aren't converting all their liquid assets to gold because gold is difficult to sell and a hassle to sell. BTC->USD is way easier to exchange. You do it all over your computer. Compared to selling gold where you have to find a buyer, go to their house and get the money. Major pain.

and yes I would work for Yen if I had to (ie. required condition to have the job). Also yes, I would work for other things of value if required by my job. I've worked jobs where I was paid in silver. Had no problem doing it.

also used dvd idea is not too realistic since used dvds are a pain in the ass to sell.

Like I said, btc is easy to convert to USD. All the other items you listed are not easy to sell for usd.

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November 17, 2013, 09:48:09 PM
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Do any of those sites allow us to see bitcoin job seekers instead of bitcoin jobs? Thats the data I'm interested in.

Coinality.com has close to 100 resumes from people seeking work that pays in Bitcoin.

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November 17, 2013, 11:39:39 PM
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Looks good!

To bad my hands are full as it is.
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