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January 03, 2021, 07:20:05 PM
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You don't often see freelance projects on the blockchain. I wonder why you are better than your competitors?
You mean upwork, kwork, and others ? I'm also interested, which differences will be ?
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January 03, 2021, 07:23:33 PM
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You don't often see freelance projects on the blockchain. I wonder why you are better than your competitors?
You mean upwork, kwork, and others ? I'm also interested, which differences will be ?
Yeah, I meant upwork. To be honest, I have never heard about kwork. As I know, Upwork charge 20% intermediary fee, that's too much
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January 03, 2021, 07:33:05 PM
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You don't often see freelance projects on the blockchain. I wonder why you are better than your competitors?
You mean upwork, kwork, and others ? I'm also interested, which differences will be ?
Yeah, I meant upwork. To be honest, I have never heard about kwork. As I know, Upwork charge 20% intermediary fee, that's too much
as I read above, the commission for workbit will be only 5%, which is 4 times less. + Data will be protected by blockchain
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January 03, 2021, 07:35:40 PM
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as I read above, the commission for workbit will be only 5%, which is 4 times less. + Data will be protected by blockchain
In terms of commissions, it's more profitable to deal with workbeats, it turns out. Blockchain technology is also gaining ground in the world, and it's good that it has made it to this area.
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January 03, 2021, 07:40:15 PM
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as I read above, the commission for workbit will be only 5%, which is 4 times less. + Data will be protected by blockchain
In terms of commissions, it's more profitable to deal with workbeats, it turns out. Blockchain technology is also gaining ground in the world, and it's good that it has made it to this area.
Yes, blockchain is good, no one can fake their portfolio or their reputation as a reliable employer. The biggest problem here is promotion so that both employers and freelancers come to the site.
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January 03, 2021, 07:43:10 PM
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Yes, blockchain is good, no one can fake their portfolio or their reputation as a reliable employer. The biggest problem here is promotion so that both employers and freelancers come to the site.
I agree. I wonder how the team will solve this issue, and how it will attract users.
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January 03, 2021, 07:45:21 PM
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How much profit can a masternode potentially give in your project?
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January 03, 2021, 07:51:21 PM
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How much profit can a masternode potentially give in your project?
I don't know, the team can better answer at this question. How I understand, now are right time to become a masternode, because almost noone mine this coin. And I cannot give you a detailed answer.
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January 03, 2021, 07:53:33 PM
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Yes, blockchain is good, no one can fake their portfolio or their reputation as a reliable employer. The biggest problem here is promotion so that both employers and freelancers come to the site.
I agree. I wonder how the team will solve this issue, and how it will attract users.
As far as I know, there will be a 5-level referral program, and for the first level, payments will be 90% of the commission
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January 03, 2021, 07:58:08 PM
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Yes, blockchain is good, no one can fake their portfolio or their reputation as a reliable employer. The biggest problem here is promotion so that both employers and freelancers come to the site.
I agree. I wonder how the team will solve this issue, and how it will attract users.
As far as I know, there will be a 5-level referral program, and for the first level, payments will be 90% of the commission
I wonder if I missed this point. Where did you get this information? no one wrote about this in the thread
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January 03, 2021, 08:01:07 PM
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Yes, blockchain is good, no one can fake their portfolio or their reputation as a reliable employer. The biggest problem here is promotion so that both employers and freelancers come to the site.
I agree. I wonder how the team will solve this issue, and how it will attract users.
As far as I know, there will be a 5-level referral program, and for the first level, payments will be 90% of the commission
I wonder if I missed this point. Where did you get this information? no one wrote about this in the thread
I read this on the site. True, there is no information about the next levels of the program, but the first level gives a very interesting percentage
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January 03, 2021, 08:04:41 PM
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It's a very good idea, I like it.
But I have questions about your project.
Why do you need this premine?
I am also wondering if you will have a third-party exchanger?
What will your stablecoin be tied to? For example, the USDT token is pegged to the dollar, and yours?
Will there be a mobile wallet and a web wallet?
Finally, what are your future plans after the roadmap is completed?

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10% of the premine goes to the developers, the rest is needed to maintain the stablecoin. We will have a built-in exchanger on the freelance platform, and we will also negotiate with other exchangers. The coin will not be pegged to the dollar or any other currency, but it will have a stable price based on the calculations of the coins issued. See roadmap for details. An Android wallet is already in development, and a web wallet is also planned. The roadmap will be constantly updated, we will clearly fulfill the tasks set at 100%.
Interesting. And can you get an approximate calculation formula in order to understand what the coin will be tied to?
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January 03, 2021, 08:09:50 PM
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Interesting. And can you get an approximate calculation formula in order to understand what the coin will be tied to?
This will directly depend on the number of coins issued. At the same time, a special exchange will operate on the site to exchange coins for popular cryptocurrencies.
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January 03, 2021, 08:13:47 PM
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Interesting. And can you get an approximate calculation formula in order to understand what the coin will be tied to?
This will directly depend on the number of coins issued. At the same time, a special exchange will operate on the site to exchange coins for popular cryptocurrencies.
I understand, but I cannot understand the specific formula by which the calculations will be made. Also, this adds a headache with liquidity - I mean exchanging coins for BTC
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January 04, 2021, 09:43:33 AM
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Is an iOS wallet released or is it still in development?
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January 04, 2021, 09:47:36 AM
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Is an iOS wallet released or is it still in development?
Most likely it is still in development, because there is no information about the release of this wallet. I'm looking forward to an early exit.
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January 04, 2021, 09:50:07 AM
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Is an iOS wallet released or is it still in development?
Most likely it is still in development, because there is no information about the release of this wallet. I'm looking forward to an early exit.
I'm looking forward to it too. I wonder how it will look like and what its functionality is.
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January 04, 2021, 09:52:56 AM
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Is an iOS wallet released or is it still in development?
Most likely it is still in development, because there is no information about the release of this wallet. I'm looking forward to an early exit.
I'm looking forward to it too. I wonder how it will look like and what its functionality is.
The site says that the release of the wallet for Android and iOS will be 01/26/2021.
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January 04, 2021, 09:56:23 AM
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Is an iOS wallet released or is it still in development?
Most likely it is still in development, because there is no information about the release of this wallet. I'm looking forward to an early exit.
I'm looking forward to it too. I wonder how it will look like and what its functionality is.
The site says that the release of the wallet for Android and iOS will be 01/26/2021.
So it will be soon. Thanks for the info. I wonder how much they invested in these applications.
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January 04, 2021, 09:56:36 AM
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what is the point of creating another coin and increasing hassle on freelancers then? why don't you allow employers to pay freelancers in Bitcoin instead? so if I have Bitcoin and I want to hire a freelancer. I first must buy this coin and then pay the freelancer in this coin and then the freelancer again change them into BTC? what is the point then?
Its like putting a huge extra load of work on both employer and freelancers.

BTW. have you got any companies and employers hiring freelancers there? have any freelancing projects done yet?
I think they will introduce companies and freelancers due referral program. The start of a project is always very difficult. I haven't any idea about their marketing plans
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