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July 27, 2018, 07:02:02 PM
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Guys i want to start transalation bounty but they need previous work so i can join their bounty the problem is how i have 1 translation if every bounty need previous work.

And 1 more what is that stake mean..
Some one say coin/token is that true?
You can translate ANN thread or bounty and create your own topic in native language. You probably will not get the award, but there will already be a portfolio

This is work??  They will accep that as my previous work??
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July 27, 2018, 09:09:44 PM
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I have seen too many projects which didnt ask previous works. But for whitepaper etc. they may ask it. I think rewards are generally low for translations. They should increase rewards.
It's okay, just a little reward for the first translation.
The most important is, it becomes the list of previous work, improving the portfolio.

then, when if already had a lot of experience, easy to get huge rewards from translation
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