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November 22, 2017, 06:23:54 AM
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Ive been doing some simple blockchain projects in the past few months. Stuff like creating a wallet, learning to send coins, looking up transactions, etc

Id like to start to turn this hobby into billable hours

Can someone suggest how they made the transition into a paid blockchain programmer?
What kind of work is there and how to break in?

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November 23, 2017, 02:07:46 AM
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Ive been doing some simple blockchain projects in the past few months. Stuff like creating a wallet, learning to send coins, looking up transactions, etc

Id like to start to turn this hobby into billable hours

Can someone suggest how they made the transition into a paid blockchain programmer?
What kind of work is there and how to break in?



i was looking for someone who could modify bitcoin-core as per my requirements.,
i wanted some low cost, so i looked on fiverr and upwork.
found very few on upwork

so you should try posting your profile there .
fiverr not so much great, but upwork, people are getting paid by hour.

good luck

or you can post here in buy/sell / services section.


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November 23, 2017, 03:35:37 AM
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upwork job example:

"I’m looking for a freelancer to create a coin for me within a day."

LOL. id like to think there are better opportunities out there than this
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November 23, 2017, 04:00:54 AM
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upwork job example:

"I’m looking for a freelancer to create a coin for me within a day."

LOL. id like to think there are better opportunities out there than this

you could make money from this.,

there are sites and tools which provide servics to create a new coin, including source codes , so you can act as a middle man for this kind of job.,

indeed ,there are better apportunities., but majority companies have inhouse staff., so you have to start somewhere and sites like upwork are place to start., or here in buy/sell / services section

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