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May 31, 2014, 04:39:24 AM
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The Cryptocurrency University (CCU -- the coin and school) has moved from a concept to early development, we are currently interviewing prospective instructors to teach.   If you or someone you know may be interested in teaching cryptocurrency courses please let us know here:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=632905.msg7047919#msg7047919


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May 31, 2014, 10:46:22 PM
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Subjects and Classes

        1)   Fundamentals of Cryptocurrency (1001)
        
        2)   Cryptocurrency  History (2001)
            
        3)   Cryptocurrency Security (2001, 3001, 4001, & 5001)  

        4)   Cryptocurrency Mining (2001, 3001, 4001, & 5001)

        5)   Cryptocurrency Investment, Resale, Escrow, & Exchange  (2001, 3001, & 4001)

        6)   Cryptocurrency Ethics (2001)  

        7)   Cryptocurrency Marketing (2001, 3001, & 4001)  

        8)   Cryptocurrency Management (2001, 3001, & 4001)

        9)   Cryptocurrency Law (2001)  

       10)  Cryptocurrency  Ranking, Rating, and Appraisal (2001, 3001, 4001, & 5001)  

       11)  Cryptocurrency Development (2001, 3001, 4001, & 5001)  

       12)  Cryptocurrency Education (4001 & 5001)  
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June 01, 2014, 01:33:11 AM
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Although the final compensation package for CCU instructors is yet to be approved.

The compensation package is expected to be very generous and commensurate with the duties of the job, such that 4000 and 5000 level instructors are paid substantially more than instructors who teach 1000, 2000, and 3000 level classes.

Student evaluation of instructor performance also impact instructor pay -- quality counts.



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June 01, 2014, 01:39:11 AM
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I'd be able to cover "Fundamentals of Cryptocurrency (1001)"

Feel free to PM me some more information about this opportunity.

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June 01, 2014, 02:00:19 AM
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I responded on the other thread. PM me so we can go over the details.
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June 02, 2014, 12:05:08 AM
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I'd be able to cover "Fundamentals of Cryptocurrency (1001)"

Feel free to PM me some more information about this opportunity.


Thanks for that, you are counted in.


Do you also do development (looking at your username) if so we are currently interviewing developers, we are in need of a lead developer.  

If you are not a developer please make inquires on our behalf on the matter.

Thanks again.




I responded on the other thread. PM me so we can go over the details.


Got it, you are counted in.

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June 02, 2014, 12:12:33 AM
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Do you also do development (looking at your username) if so we are currently interviewing developers, we are in need of a lead developer.  

Yes, I do front end development.

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Do you also do development (looking at your username) if so we are currently interviewing developers, we are in need of a lead developer.  

Yes, I do front end development.


That's good to hear, if you can put together a team inclusive of front and back end developers we could start contract talks with you for development of CCU.

I believe it may be more difficult to lead from the front end but I suppose it boils down to the relationship.

Please let me know.
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June 02, 2014, 02:15:37 AM
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I could teach that.  I have extensive experience with bitcoin trade and fraud.

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June 02, 2014, 02:34:00 AM
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Do you also do development (looking at your username) if so we are currently interviewing developers, we are in need of a lead developer.  

Yes, I do front end development.


That's good to hear, if you can put together a team inclusive of front and back end developers we could start contract talks with you for development of CCU.

I believe it may be more difficult to lead from the front end but I suppose it boils down to the relationship.

Please let me know.

I'll get with a few developer friends of mine to see if they're interested. (Backend Dev's, Security Specialists)
The only issue I see is the fact that any contract I sign is not really legally binding due to the fact that I'm underage.

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June 02, 2014, 03:32:21 AM
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I could teach that.  I have extensive experience with bitcoin trade and fraud.

Great, you are counted in.

thanks





Do you also do development (looking at your username) if so we are currently interviewing developers, we are in need of a lead developer.  

Yes, I do front end development.


That's good to hear, if you can put together a team inclusive of front and back end developers we could start contract talks with you for development of CCU.

I believe it may be more difficult to lead from the front end but I suppose it boils down to the relationship.

Please let me know.

I'll get with a few developer friends of mine to see if they're interested. (Backend Dev's, Security Specialists)
The only issue I see is the fact that any contract I sign is not really legally binding due to the fact that I'm underage.




Whoa!  that was a surprise.


At this juncture I would need your parents permission to continue this kind of conversation.  Could you please have one of them contact me via PM.

Essentially, once they give permission for you to work with us, we pay them for your work, they decide from there what you get.
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June 02, 2014, 03:57:43 AM
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Unfortunately that won't be possible. Sorry.

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June 02, 2014, 04:18:40 AM
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Unfortunately that won't be possible. Sorry.

We tried, sorry it could not work out.

enjoy
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June 02, 2014, 03:53:30 PM
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I could teach that.  I have extensive experience with bitcoin trade and fraud.

Great, you are counted in.

thanks





Do you also do development (looking at your username) if so we are currently interviewing developers, we are in need of a lead developer.  

Yes, I do front end development.


That's good to hear, if you can put together a team inclusive of front and back end developers we could start contract talks with you for development of CCU.

I believe it may be more difficult to lead from the front end but I suppose it boils down to the relationship.

Please let me know.

I'll get with a few developer friends of mine to see if they're interested. (Backend Dev's, Security Specialists)
The only issue I see is the fact that any contract I sign is not really legally binding due to the fact that I'm underage.




Whoa!  that was a surprise.


At this juncture I would need your parents permission to continue this kind of conversation.  Could you please have one of them contact me via PM.

Essentially, once they give permission for you to work with us, we pay them for your work, they decide from there what you get.

I don't actually think he has to do that. he can legally sign anything he wants after the age of 13 AFAIK

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June 02, 2014, 03:58:11 PM
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I can teach on some topics
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June 02, 2014, 04:02:45 PM
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I don't actually think he has to do that. he can legally sign anything he wants after the age of 13 AFAIK

Exactly.

1. I don't need my parent's permission to work with anyone on Bitcointalk, they back me 100% on every development project.
2. My parents don't manage my money. I've transacted around 100BTC to this day.

All in all, I feel I'd be a great asset and I could build a capable web dev team if you're still interested.
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June 02, 2014, 04:12:27 PM
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Dealing with anybody on this board is a risk and the adults on this board can be worse about flaking out of things than a teenager with a good idea who just needs to get the development team on board. Give him a chance and he (or she) might actually be able to do something with his.
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June 02, 2014, 08:26:29 PM
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I don't actually think he has to do that. he can legally sign anything he wants after the age of 13 AFAIK


Our contracts are simply understandings that allow the parties in the contract to know what is expected and to acknowledge the promise.  

As such, it matters very little to us about the "legally binding" part.  We want everyone to be happy doing what they are expected to do, not surprised or forced to do something they may not want to do.

Working with children is ok as long as everyone involved recognizes that the child's parents are who we see as the responsible party not the child.

We expect children to be children until that point when they think like adults.  At the point of 13 when a natural child is expected to become a natural adult if s/he was raised in such a way that s/he is prepared for adulthood s/he will likely trust his/her parents to make the right "legal" decisions for him/her.  In the very rare occasions in which the child can think like a responsible adult but does not trust his/her parents to make sound decision in his/her best interest is not something we want to be involved with.






I don't actually think he has to do that. he can legally sign anything he wants after the age of 13 AFAIK

Exactly.

1. I don't need my parent's permission to work with anyone on Bitcointalk, they back me 100% on every development project.
2. My parents don't manage my money. I've transacted around 100BTC to this day.

All in all, I feel I'd be a great asset and I could build a capable web dev team if you're still interested.
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It may be true that 'you don't need your parent's permission to do things', but we need your parent's permission for you to do things for us.

You are clearly very intelligent and you recognize the you are "underage", that fact should mean something to every responsible adult.

Please take no offense.  





Dealing with anybody on this board is a risk and the adults on this board can be worse about flaking out of things than a teenager with a good idea who just needs to get the development team on board. Give him a chance and he (or she) might actually be able to do something with his.


I agree with you 100%, however I'm not his father, I trust that his parents will do what is best for him even if it means no deal.

If his parents feel he is putting too much of his time and energy into 'this bitcoin thing' that's their decision as parents to make, we don't know what info they have to based their decisions on or their critical thinking process, but we do know that they are ultimately responsible for his care; I trust that they will do what is best for him regardless of how he views their decision.






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June 03, 2014, 12:29:56 AM
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So is this going to be an online school? This is the first I've heard of this and i'd like to see more. To this day people still give me the "but I don't understand how it works" which is tough when you've been invovled with crypto/digital currency since 07. Some can grasp it but I think its more or less the older generation that I can not get to understand.

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June 03, 2014, 01:17:32 AM
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So is this going to be an online school? This is the first I've heard of this and i'd like to see more. To this day people still give me the "but I don't understand how it works" which is tough when you've been invovled with crypto/digital currency since 07. Some can grasp it but I think its more or less the older generation that I can not get to understand.

Yes it starts as an online school, however because we will have relationships with traditional schools from elementary to grad, as well as continuing ed schools CCU's reach should  be extensive.

Many of the industry leaders have tacidly endorsed CCU but won't do anything of substance until the community accepts CCU.   At this point we are very encouraged by the public support.  Right now we are digging down to form the structural foundation, as such very little can be seen at the ground level, but once the structural foundation is in place our progress will be easy to see from anywhere.

Industry leaders will likely fund education grants because they know how important it is to have an educated labor force, not just for their present employees but also for their future human resource demands.   What's the likelihood that you strongly consider working for an exchange that paid for all of your course work at CCU if the salary is right and they want you on board?




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