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[Hiring] Junior Web Developer - HTML5, JS, CSS3

I'm looking for junior developer with basic HTML5, JS, and CSS3 skills (at this level) to work fowith me directly on various projects, small and big, interesting and less.
I'm looking for an intern/apprentice, the pay is low at this point - $450 / month - for a minimum of 7 hours work day, 5 days a week (any 5), that would be available at least 2-3 hours between 12:00 GMT and 19:00 GMT.
I'm a web developer, specializing in HTML5, CSS3, and Javascript on the code side, and UI/UX design and development, I also try my hand at startups at times, so I will teach you anything and everything I know, so in a year or so you'll be able to land a $6-7k web development job, as most of the things you'll develop you will be able to put under your portfolio.
Some random stuff that you'll learn along the way (from the top of my head): Node.js, Wordpress, Web Workers, Photoshop, Bit Torrent, Designing, Bitcoin, Mobile Web (iOS/Android), and Research and Development, Analytics.
Communications will be done primarily using Google Talk (chat, and voice when needed/wanted).
This person needs to be self motivated, autodidact, responsible, communicative, a drive to learn and become better and better, collaborative. Creativity and attention to details would be a great advantage.
As a motivational tool, if any of the projects worked on becomes profitable, you will get 5% from the profits as long as you work with me.
Apply to: [email protected]
Edit: My logic behind this is simple: It's a lot cheaper than going to collage, and you will specialize enough to land a good paying job in a year or a great paying job in two.
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[FOR HIRE] Need a two-dozen-or-so illustration (vector icons) for a presentation/document I'm writing and paying with Bitcoins

I'm making a presentation/document about my product Safebit and I need to add to it a few visual ques to break the text.
If you're interested, please provide link past related work (preferably direct link to images), and a price quote in USD. The payment will be sent in Bitcoins.
Price and quality equally important to me, time frame is a couple of weeks.
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[For Hire] Freelance Javascript, UI, UX designer and developer

I'm a Javascript Ninja specializing in UI/UX and state-of-the-art app development.
I've built quite a few full-fledged web apps ranging from small websites to gmail-like one-page-apps.
I'm currently working full-time for short-term (2-3 months) projects until the funding for my startup kicks in (Safebit).
I'm proficient with design tools, I know how to write specification and design documents, have the know how to bring a product form concept to launch, capable with the latest technologies and tools.
I can work alone or in a team, I can manage a team of developers and designers, and can solve problems fairly quickly when time is of the essence. You can work with me on a "launch and forget" or micro-manage down to the last detail - I'm great with either and will deliver the desired result with the best possible quality and on time.
Resume: http://elis.ws/cv/
Linkedin: http://il.linkedin.com/in/sklar
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Looking for a junior web developer with Javascript, HTML5, and CSS3 skills

I'm looking for someone with strong javascript, html, and css experience to work on a Bitcoin related project (you can look up "Safebit Bitcoin" on google for more info).
Work from home, timely and responsible, self educated, quick learner, available to communicate with Gtalk and Skype, willing to learn new stuff.
To apply: send an email to [email protected] with your availability, samples and rates.
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Me and Stefan (of WeUseCoins.org and BitcoinJS.org) on The Bitcoin Show talking about Safebit

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I'm playing with the idea of raising funds for Safebit using this new model, Open Bitcoin Business, care to give your input on this?

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Safebit (Eli's Bitcoin Wallet) has a new homepage - Some details and clarifications in the comments

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Bitcoin is Here to Stay and Safebit Wants to Be Its Wallet

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Chromapolis FUD: Stop the nonsense. (RE: The Ian Balina Scandal)

Chromapolis FUD: Stop the nonsense. (RE: The Ian Balina Scandal)
This piece was originally posted here by an anonymous writer, but I thought that it hadn't received enough views to truly defend the team. I'm sure many of you saw the Ian Balina ICO pool scandal here, but I thought it unfairly dragged down Chromaway's name with it.
There has been massive amounts of FUD going around the ICO community–some accusations are well-founded, and I understand the confusion and anger. I’m not here to defend the actions of the team, and I’m not here to say that they have reacted in the best way possible. Nor am I here to defend the actions of Ian Balina. I am, however, here to defend the characters of the ChromaWay team and the accomplishments and contributions they have made to the blockchain industry.
First of all, Alex Mizrahi has contributed more to the development of this fascinating industry than 99.99% of ICO participants. The ChromaWay team, led by Alex, were the first to create a protocol capable of issuing tokens, called “colored coins” at the time (circa 2011~2012). The concept was so new at the time that he even had to quote Meni Rosenfield on what “colored coins” were:

By the original design bitcoins are fungible, acting as a neutral medium of exchange. However, by carefully tracking the origin of a given bitcoin, it is possible to “color” a set of coins to distinguish it from the rest. These coins can then have special properties supported by either an issuing agent or a Schelling point, and have value independent of the face value of the underlying bitcoins. Such colored bitcoins can be used for alternative currencies, commodity certificates, smart property, and other financial instruments such as stocks and bonds.

His role in the propagation of the idea of what we now call “tokens” played a huge role in expanding the blockchain industry into what it is today. In fact, when Vitalik introduced the concept of Ethereum to the world onstage at Bitcoin Miami 2014, he praised colored coins and its potential to radically change the scope of blockchain applications.

Above: Slide from Vitalik’s presentation in BTC Miami 2014 on the applications of blockchain and distributed consensus, following Satoshi’s creation of digital currency and blockchain in 2009. Vitalik described colored coins by saying, “the idea behind [colored coins] is okay, you have a blockchain and you have a currency on it, but what if you could put other currencies on the blockchain as well.”

Above: Jimmy Song, one of ChromaWay’s early hires, explains Colored Coins and ChromaWallet back in 2014 in Zug, Switzerland.
We’ve come a long way from the small grassroots and enthusiast developer communities in 2011, to now multimillion dollar companies appearing out of thin air during 2017-18. If the ChromaWay team were only in it for the money, wouldn’t they have thrown together a whitepaper and raised $30 million when ICOs were all the rage last year? No, they waited for a breakthrough in lowering the barrier of entry for developers that want to create dapps: Postchain.
The implications of their breakthrough in Postchain is huge. The internet as we know it today, “internet 2.0” was created on the backbones of relational databases and improved protocols. Postchain, very simply put, allows relational blockchains. This means that any developer, blockchain experienced or not, will be able to create dapps using SQL queries that they are already familiar with. If more people cared about the core technology and its potential to truly make dapps mainstream and less about getting “hyped up” coins at a higher price, these recent waves of FUD would not have been given much attention--what Ian decides to do with his allocation is his decision. Again, I am not defending his actions nor the team’s response to the FUD. Quite frankly, the Chromaway team has never had to deal with situations like these, and I’m sure stress played a huge part.
So what else has the team been doing since 2011? Short answer: a lot of research, ideas, and development, that we take for granted today.
What were you doing to help this revolution? They may have made mistakes--after all it is their first ICO. But it’s not fair to attack their character based on miscommunications and mistakes, that ultimately have no long-term effects on the project.
If you have a problem with the way they have communicated with the community and investors that is completely reasonable. But do not start acting out character assassinations on people that have been building infrastructure in the space for years simply because you are unhappy with their inexperience in PR relations and communications. Come at them with your concerns not your vitriol. Creating anonymous posts where all you do is bash on them without providing constructive criticism will only create more problems.
To add onto this, this article has been making the rounds and makes a lot of assumptions and straight out unfounded accusations. To be more specific near the end they call out an influencer known as “TheGobOne” as having been fined $400,000 by the SEC because of pooling. First of all TheGobOne is a Canadian citizen and is not governed by the SEC. And by his own word has not been in contact or been contacted by them in regards to pooling funds. To create entirely false talking points to support your narrative is as disingenuous as possible. Why the author felt the need to spread lies to try and support his point shows a clear alterior motive in trying to character assassinate influencers and team members associated with the project, rather than coming at them with purely fact based concerns.

Above: TheGobOne refuting claims he was fined by the SEC in his Discord Announcements channel earlier today.
Everyone in the blockchain space has been a bit on edge lately because of the serious market downturn. If you’re an investor you’ve been feeling the heat of the giant -70%+ losses on altcoins. Feeling frustrated at that is completely natural but in the end we have to make sure we don’t explode at projects and people that have little to do with our own down investments. There are teams and projects that are simply trying to build something they believe the space needs. Let’s try to make the crypto community stronger and come together to help these developers make the best projects they can. Without bombarding them with negativity for every mistake they make on the way there.
Ending on a lighter note, you can see Alex’s true character in a funnily relevant thread from 2012 titled “fuck this shit, I want my own blockchain!” where he says:
I understand that many community members won't like some of these features, but the goal here is to try new things, not to get some people rich. If you don't like it, then forget about it. If nobody likes it, I have other things to do.
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Safebit Released! First public Preview Version available today on the Chrome App Store

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We are advocates for Bitcoin. What should we be doing right now to ensure its future success?

I'm not going to say much here because I want this to be an open discussion. Please feel free to share your opinion, all ideas are welcome.
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Suggestion: Adopt Reddit's new User Flair

Now that the User Flair is adopted by Reddit and easily modified by users and admins, why not use it here to warn users about stupid people who do nothing but bash Bitcoin? If done correctly it would deter those users from posting altogether.
Just to clarify: I don't have a problem with people that are pointing out problems with Bitcoin and are suggesting that Bitcoin will not work for whatever reason that may be, I do on the other hand have a problem with users who contribute nothing to the conversation and only say smack about Bitcoin.
I also suggest adding flair to "known" users based on their business and/or involvement in the community. I, for example, would very much like to be associated with Safebit in this subreddit because very few redditors here actually know that I'm the same guy (the-ace / Eli Sklar).
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1. The Many Forms of “Investing in Bitcoin” Before I begin, a word of advice: Bitcoin is a very risky asset type. It is extremely volatile and even the most solid Bitcoin investment should be treated as a high risk investment.. For example, in the past Bitcoin’s price fell over 80% in the course of several months (this happened a few times throughout its existence). Safebit is an ideal Bitcoin thin client user interface in beta that is built as a Chromium / Chrome application. If you wish to contribute to Safebit or start writing plugins, feel free to fork the repository and submit pull requests. This is the official public release of Safebit. Safebit is just that - a new class of operating system designed with the modern computational capabilities, and not bound to legacy abstractions. We’re building a connectivity layer that will enable you to have full control over your entire digital footprint securely. Your data is yours and yours alone to decide who has access to it and who Safebit is designed around the needs and wants of Bitcoin users where the primary goal is to create a safe and secure way of storing and exchanging Bitcoins. Forget storing your Bitcoins on an unsecured file in your computer, and forget trusting a 3rd party with your coins - with Safebit you can be sure that no one except you has access to your Users can lose bitcoin and other cryptocurrency tokens as a result of theft, computer failure, loss of access keys and more. Cold storage (or offline wallets) is one of the safest methods for

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