Hire blockchain developers, pay them in crypto

Cryptohire gives ICO-backed startups access to the decentralized pool of blockchain engineering talent. You can't find these devs on UpWork, Blockgeeks or other portals, because they're full-time employed at top European dev shops. Cryptohire makes it possible to hire them on a long-term basis and pay them in Bitcoin, Ethereum, or your own token.

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Anton MishchenkoMakerHiring@anton_mishchenko · CEO and Co-Founder, YouTeam
Hi everyone! We at YouTeam are excited to announce a new way for blockchain startups to find top blockchain engineers: Cryptohire. With the boom in startup ICOs, there has been an increased demand for developers to help get things off the ground. However, that demand is being throttled by a limited supply of talent, especially when you consider that blockchain technology is in its infancy. When we founded YouTeam, it was based on the opportunity to help remove the barrier that comes with hiring a remote software engineer. We built Cryptohire with the same goal: how can we enable companies create great products by connecting them with reliable, trustworthy blockchain engineers and agencies, in a matter of minutes instead of weeks? Cryptohire helps startups overcome the issue of finding skilled, experienced blockchain engineers, backed by the same vetting process and quality guarantee that we offer with YouTeam. And if you hadn’t guessed by now, all engineers can be paid in cryptocurrencies :) Look forward to hearing your feedback! Anton
Vova Sanin@vovasanin · YouTeam
I mean, how much hotter can you get as a startup in 2018?
Anton MishchenkoMakerHiring@anton_mishchenko · CEO and Co-Founder, YouTeam
@vovasanin true true
Cam Burley@codecamcode
Seems really cool. I see, here in NYC, everyone is looking for engineers with blockchain experience. Great space to be in. Possible to be paid in old-fashioned dollars?
Anton MishchenkoMakerHiring@anton_mishchenko · CEO and Co-Founder, YouTeam
@codecamcode Hi Cam! Thanks for your feedback! Absolutely - after you do the search you can find the currency switcher at the top of each page, just click on the $ sign :)
Ilya Azovtsev 💌+🤖=🚀@ilya_azovtsev · Help sales team close more in less time
Seems cool :)
Anton MishchenkoMakerHiring@anton_mishchenko · CEO and Co-Founder, YouTeam
@ilya_azovtsev Thanks Ilya!
Arthur Chang@art_chang · CEO, Priime
What's the number one reason to hire a blockchain experienced engineer over a really great engineer who can probably pickup blockchain engineering easily?
Anton MishchenkoMakerHiring@anton_mishchenko · CEO and Co-Founder, YouTeam
@art_chang thanks for your question! I did actually pose the very same question to some founders of blockchain startups. I'd say the main reason is that a "blockchain experienced engineer" has been exposed in the past to this rapidly changing technological landscape in the space while remaining committed and aligned with the community's values. It's true that you can get, say, a JS developer to become a Solidity developer in a relatively short time, but when Solidity goes and new technology comes what's the value of that engineer going to be for your project?
Arthur Chang@art_chang · CEO, Priime
@anton_mishchenko that is good insight. I agree, the biggest reason does seem to be interest in the tech and values blockchain brings. Also, the point about a JS only developer can probably be said about any type of work.