This is for the GLobal Bitcoin Stock Exchange (GLBSE) glbse.com
I'm finding a lot of my time is taken up showing people how to list on the exchange and how to use the exchange, as well as writing tutorials on how to do the above.
What this will involve is me spending some time training you on how to use the exchange as it currently is, to the extent that you can walk users through any of the processes. And teaching you all the concepts involved so you can teach others.
Helping issuers list on the exchange by helping them write contracts.
Helping users buy (or sell) what they've bought on the exchange.
Documentation and tutorials
Writing tutorials on how to do all of the above.
Writing... essays(is this the right word?) explaining the concept of the exchange as a whole, and how contracts work, and also how the exchange is different from other exchanges such as NYSE or FTSE.
Write up the FAQ.
Rate is 10btc per week(paid only if work is actually done) and 0.8btc per new listing.
Post below with questions or pm me if interested.
Training starts Monday morning (Beijing time).
You would probably have to help 2-3 people list per week, and we're talking about 4-5 tutorial documents in total, written and improved over a period of a few weeks.
I actually thought about helping people list as a service before you made this thread. I will help people list, but on one condition - you make the market 24/7... (I HATE 24/5 markets, I'm most available on the weekends). Also, I would like to help people list only and be paid per helped listing.
Also, I'd be happy to write some more example contracts (and be paid per example contract).
Furthermore, I think I'll boycott the GLBSE until it's 24/7, like a true market should be. (McDonalds aren't shut down over the weekend, are they?)
Other than the whole arbitrary not-24/7 market thing, GLBSE is a GREAT idea. I'm glad you beat me to it
Some of my contract ideas are:
Contract-For-Differences (eg. US companies), but with capped up and down sides (and a fixed exchange rate for the duration of the contract) so you don't need margin!
Sophisticated price range contracts, and binary options: Is the specified condition of the price of some stock or something true or false? If true, buyer gets X money, if false seller gets X money (and so on.)