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Author Topic: [UPDATE] Looking for a Front-End (Javascript/HTML/CSS) developer for Safebit  (Read 1043 times)
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April 17, 2012, 08:16:01 PM
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Hey Guys,
Haven't been here a long time, just dropping by to see whats new in the forums from time to time.

I've started Safebit Bitcoin almost a year ago, and for a while I was trying to raise some funds to develop it as a full-fledged product. I guess it was too soon to go to these kind of investment methods, and a lot of time was lost. But the product is still, and my passion towards Bitcoin is growing by the minute, and I still believe that bitcoin NEEDS a simple user interface that would cater to most of the general population.

I've decide to hire someone who can develop Javascript, HTML, CSS and perhaps Python to start working on Safebit.

This is what currently out there: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/ablfbfgmgfoggdhhcnledndibdihggpb?hl=en-US
This is the main code repository: https://github.com/elis/Safebit
This is the wiki for the project: http://safebit.wikia.com/wiki/Safebit_Bitcoin_Wiki (Plus: search for "Safebit Bitcoin" for some more details)
None of these have been maintained in the last 6-7 months.

The payment will be $1,000 USD paid either with FIAT currency (not PayPal) or Bitcoin, your choice.

Stock options plan will be included.

The request is that you work full time on this project (i.e. no other paid projects), and have experience and feel comfortable with Javascript, HTML, CSS and PHP or Python, and delivered at least one former project (please provide link).

Send application to eli@safeb.it

[UPDATE]
The payment is for a monthly salary, not weekly or global project wide.
1 month of work = $1,000
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Hi, I got coffeescript/jquery skills in addition to canvas. Unfortunately, the only way this will work if I am doing it on a freelancing basis and be paid piecemeal for work I done.

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