Coinality : Earn free Bitcoin
It is a free service connecting Employers and Job Seekers with opportunities that pay in digital currencies. Such as Bitcoin, Litecoin, and Dogecoin. Jobs range from one-time to full-time and negotiations are handled independently between the two parties.
Since launching in September 2013, well over 5,000 qualified candidates have applied for jobs that pay in bitcoin on Coinality. We have also received over 4,000 submitted jobs and more than 450 resumes from high-quality talent who want to earn income in digital currency.
It is self-funded and supported entirely by donations. All submitted jobs are reviewed by humans of reasonably sound judgement to ensure that all jobs posted on Coinality are real opportunities.
Coinality was a key figure in organizing the world’s first Bitcoin Job Fair. The event featured over 30 bitcoin employers and over 400 jobs seekers.
Full Time Employment :
If you are looking for full time employment, Coinality is an active job board where you can find companies that will pay you in bitcoins. Most of the companies are startups in the bitcoin space, so they are looking to find someone who is passionate about Bitcoin and cryptocurrency, and with exceptional skills.
Most of the jobs are remote, so that greatly expands the options available to you during your search. However, there is often an imbalance of positions and jobs available depending on what skills you possess. The jobs that are most prevalent and pay more usually require skills in high demand, such as full stack developers, software engineers, or graphic designers.
All the listings on Coinality are companies looking to hire. You also know at a glance whether they are hiring full-time, part-time, or one-time, so you don’t have to waste your time reading job descriptions for irrelevant jobs.
You can also upload your resume to have companies reach out to you, which I highly recommend doing. Some companies will go through resumes before they even consider posting a job, so its a great way to get your name out there.earn free Bitcoin.
Coinality also serves as an aggregator for bitcoin jobs on other job bulletins, so you are covering a lot of ground by checking them out.
One thing to note:
Just as you would on Glassdoor or Indeed, you should vet these companies before accepting work. Since Coinality doesn’t vet companies first, it’s always good to do your homework.
In order to avoid working with these companies, I suggest:
- Look up information about them on Crunchbase and Linkedin.
- Find any PR on the company. Crunchbase has a PR section, but a simple search on Google will produce better results. It isn’t a deal breaker if there is no PR, but positive PR is a good sign.
- Look at their employees on Linkedin. Do they seem credible, or do their accounts look fake?