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January 27, 2018, 07:04:46 PM
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Hey guys, I have an idea for a new token and I don't know where to start looking for developers. Anyone knows a forum or something where I can find any=?

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January 27, 2018, 09:03:42 PM
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You are starting at exactly the right forum right at this moment. However I think if you want people here to take your intentions seriously you need to provide a little more details about your idea.
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January 27, 2018, 09:53:49 PM
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You are starting at exactly the right forum right at this moment. However I think if you want people here to take your intentions seriously you need to provide a little more details about your idea.

Pretty close, but not quite.  If it's related to Bitcoin, Project Development is where this sort of topic goes.  That's where nascent Bitcoin projects are generally conceived and where you can recruit new members for your team (but no ICOs, because the mods will frown upon that).  However, if it's not related to Bitcoin and you're looking to develop your own altcoin, then it's off to the Altcoin Discussion subforum.  As the OP said "new token", I suspect it's possibly the latter.  But yes, more detail would be preferable if you want anyone to take notice, or generally point you in the right direction.

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January 28, 2018, 03:32:31 AM
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if you are one those developers pm me to please.
You don't have to work just let us know what you can do as a consultant, please.
for a new exchange going on a project.


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January 28, 2018, 06:34:04 AM
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Linkedin is a good start, sign up if you haven't and advertise for some developers

I suggest advertise your specific needs and criteria to the project

Best way to look would be - Full stack development / blockchain, you would find a lot of programmers Smiley

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January 28, 2018, 09:24:03 AM
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Thanks for the advice guys!
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January 28, 2018, 10:55:47 AM
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I've been wondering the same myself and wouldn't say that this forum is the best place to start - not because there aren't good developers here but because they're unlikely to work with or advise you, unless you've already got a really good idea and a working project to plug into. You sound like you're starting from scratch, so you might want to first read up on basic computer security and blockchain dev't. Not to understand the tech but to familiarise yourself with the languages and tech that the developer would need to have. That helps you narrow down your search.

Be warned that a lot of the freelance devs out there are only entry level people - they're probably good enough if you just want a simple project (think all those ERC20 tokens flying around) but if you're building from the ground up... you may have to headhunt. The very best devs in my opinion are already tied up... and I'd say the world's top ones are all with Bitcoin.

But they give you clues about what a top blockchain dev is, how they're different from the general coder/programming population. They're passionate (I hate the word, but in this context it fits entirely) and very ideological.

Linkedin is a good start, sign up if you haven't and advertise for some developers

I suggest advertise your specific needs and criteria to the project

Best way to look would be - Full stack development / blockchain, you would find a lot of programmers Smiley

And this is a really good starting place to headhunt, especially if you sign up with an employer account. A pretty good way to cast your net is to attach a small test (you'd be surprised how many freelance coders fail basic aptitude tests that don't actually require programming knowledge).

But I think if you really want good blockchain devs, you go to where they live and spend a lot of time to seek them out. Here. Blockgeeks. Blockchain conferences (meet real devs there).

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January 28, 2018, 11:30:49 AM
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I've been wondering the same myself and wouldn't say that this forum is the best place to start - not because there aren't good developers here but because they're unlikely to work with or advise you, unless you've already got a really good idea and a working project to plug into. You sound like you're starting from scratch, so you might want to first read up on basic computer security and blockchain dev't. Not to understand the tech but to familiarise yourself with the languages and tech that the developer would need to have. That helps you narrow down your search.

Be warned that a lot of the freelance devs out there are only entry level people - they're probably good enough if you just want a simple project (think all those ERC20 tokens flying around) but if you're building from the ground up... you may have to headhunt. The very best devs in my opinion are already tied up... and I'd say the world's top ones are all with Bitcoin.

But they give you clues about what a top blockchain dev is, how they're different from the general coder/programming population. They're passionate (I hate the word, but in this context it fits entirely) and very ideological.

Linkedin is a good start, sign up if you haven't and advertise for some developers

I suggest advertise your specific needs and criteria to the project

Best way to look would be - Full stack development / blockchain, you would find a lot of programmers Smiley

And this is a really good starting place to headhunt, especially if you sign up with an employer account. A pretty good way to cast your net is to attach a small test (you'd be surprised how many freelance coders fail basic aptitude tests that don't actually require programming knowledge).

But I think if you really want good blockchain devs, you go to where they live and spend a lot of time to seek them out. Here. Blockgeeks. Blockchain conferences (meet real devs there).

Wow, thanks for the insight! I am looking to get an ERC20 token off the ground and I really only need an entry level developer to get to the ico, after that I will be able to pay more advanced programmers. The idea I have is really good I'll probably make a more serious post of it in the near future I'll just update this thread then. Again, thanks so much for the advice.
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January 28, 2018, 05:05:16 PM
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Wow, thanks for the insight! I am looking to get an ERC20 token off the ground and I really only need an entry level developer to get to the ico, after that I will be able to pay more advanced programmers. The idea I have is really good I'll probably make a more serious post of it in the near future I'll just update this thread then. Again, thanks so much for the advice.
Hello!
I'm an entry level developer.
Tell me more about your project in private.
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January 28, 2018, 05:10:33 PM
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Hi i am completely new to block chain technology but I have an idea I would like to build Into a decentralized block chain app are there any develepors that can do this and at what sort of cost I am happy to discuss what exactly I am looking to achieve.

Many thanks

A
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January 28, 2018, 05:39:16 PM
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Wow, thanks for the insight! I am looking to get an ERC20 token off the ground and I really only need an entry level developer to get to the ico, after that I will be able to pay more advanced programmers. The idea I have is really good I'll probably make a more serious post of it in the near future I'll just update this thread then. Again, thanks so much for the advice.
Hello!
I'm an entry level developer.
Tell me more about your project in private.

Hey Andriy, you have telegram or skype?

Write me an eMail so we can discuss the details

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November 13, 2018, 12:59:56 PM
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Hey guys, I have an idea for a new token and I don't know where to start looking for developers. Anyone knows a forum or something where I can find any=?

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Hi l4w,

You can find the blockchain developers in India. Because they provide the services according to your investment and offer the complete services for your project.

Just consult with our blockchain developers>>
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November 13, 2018, 01:44:58 PM
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Hi i am completely new to block chain technology but I have an idea I would like to build Into a decentralized block chain app are there any develepors that can do this and at what sort of cost I am happy to discuss what exactly I am looking to achieve.

Many thanks

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