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December 10, 2018, 05:44:12 PM
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1. There is a multi-chain supporting multiwallet. Take a look at Hodler.Tech and Brd.Com - very similar to those wallets, infact you can even say a clone of these wallets and their features.

2. There is a wearable hardware development involved.

3. There's another aspect of the project that deals with all the new cryptos and helps vendors accept any new crypto coin according to their needs.




For an UNNAMED Project

Position One : Blockchain Architect
We need a senior developer with a provable history in building blockchain applications and cryptocurrencies.

Position Two : Full Stack Programmer

The project is centred around a multiwallet, a unique token economics and a business model that is tried and tested in the traditional business world.
Much more details would be shared with you once you initiate a conversation and sign a non disclosure agreement.

Position Three : Hardware Developer

This person would be responsible for the development of the wearable hardware device that we're looking to create. Nothing needs to be built from scratch. Similar existing devices already exist in the market.



Ideally, looking for people that are interested in working on the project Pro bono because they believe in it.
They will be receiving payment once the project has raised enough funds

However, project owner is open to paying people as well, if that is an utmost necessity depending on individual skillsets and experience.

Provable history, their own github repo with previous work and working experience is of utmost importance. Institutionalized training does not matter but will hold it's weight.
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December 12, 2018, 02:48:34 AM
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And how much do you pay for the work?
I am ready to program at least something, but less than 3 BTC for work will not do anything ...
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December 12, 2018, 04:34:26 AM
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And how much do you pay for the work?
I am ready to program at least something, but less than 3 BTC for work will not do anything ...

I don't think you read the post clearly and further than that I don't think you even understood what's being asked here.
I don't think I can bring anyone into the project that can't read simple sentences. I've recently had a bad experience of hiring a shit developer - not again.
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December 12, 2018, 05:52:11 AM
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Position Two : Full Stack Programmer
The project is centred around a multiwallet, a unique token economics and a business model that is tried and tested in the traditional business world.
Much more details would be shared with you once you initiate a conversation and sign a non disclosure agreement.
Position Three : Hardware Developer
This person would be responsible for the development of the wearable hardware device that we're looking to create. Nothing needs to be built from scratch. Similar existing devices already exist in the market.

What is it??
You are looking for people, but you can not paint the conditions.
A good programmer appreciates his time and it should be well paid.

What is there to understand? And why insults? With this attitude, no self-respecting person will cooperate ...
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December 12, 2018, 05:33:02 PM
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Position Two : Full Stack Programmer
The project is centred around a multiwallet, a unique token economics and a business model that is tried and tested in the traditional business world.
Much more details would be shared with you once you initiate a conversation and sign a non disclosure agreement.
Position Three : Hardware Developer
This person would be responsible for the development of the wearable hardware device that we're looking to create. Nothing needs to be built from scratch. Similar existing devices already exist in the market.

What is it??
You are looking for people, but you can not paint the conditions.
A good programmer appreciates his time and it should be well paid.

What is there to understand? And why insults? With this attitude, no self-respecting person will cooperate ...

You are not doing anyone a favour by cluttering this thread. Certainly not yourself.
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December 14, 2018, 08:34:28 AM
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To all other idiots who're willing to "paint a situation" with me - please stop, go waste someone else's time.

To all other GENUINELY interested people reaching out to me, understand this;

At no point, would paying anyone in this project, be an issue.
The sole reasoning behind why we're leaning towards individuals who are willing to work in a probono mode is simply because we want to avoid people like the one who was commenting before - who simply wants 3 btc without even understanding what the project is about.

You want to be paid for the work you do, yes, that's the very definition of a 'job' - but to know if you are worth getting paid and worth the money that you would want us to spend on your services, you first need to set a precedence, where you are proving your worth to the project and letting us know what you can do as well as letting us get to know each other.

Even when you'd be a paid dev for the project, it won't be an outright salary, rather, you'd be paid for achieving a set objective, kind of like milestones.

There are various ways in which you could get paid but all that is subjected to negotiations, your skill as a developer and your contribution to the project.

Please note, you will be paid a "salary" once the project is formalized, has raised funds, has it's own HQ and you're there, in the HQ physically working on a day in and day out basis - which wouldnt be an immediate thing and more than likely would happen after the funding is raised and secured.
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