Where Can You Find Devs and Dev Teams For Hire/Collaboration?

Toby

New member
I'm looking for the opposite of this Project Dev group...

That is, a group where the Devs/teams put their toes up first and announce the kinds of projects they want to work on and what their working requirements are.

Are there any devs or dev teams who are interested in working on a decentralized altcoin project?
Perhaps there is a website/board of freelance Devs that put up their contact info??
LinkedIn is not exactly what I'm looking for.
 

Jeremiah

Member
You might find a better chance if you search on a crypto freelance website. I'm not sure if there's any group that fulfills exactly what you're looking for, except probably in this forum. However, you need to filter out scammers from legit users, as most of the time you'll get contacted by scammers pretending to care and want to work together with you when he actually wants to get free money
 

Carson

Member
Right, when I check these, and I have checked probably 5, they are ghost towns. Thus far, I won't go into say an Ethereum community and scalp talent as that would certainly annoy me if we switched places.

Do you have any site recommendations?
 

Ezekiel

Member
Are you actually willing to provide compensation, or is it sort of a "part of the project" sort of deal?

I mean, I'd be willing, but not for equity
 

Miles

Member
I'm looking for the opposite of this Project Dev group...

That is, a group where the Devs/teams put their toes up first and announce the kinds of projects they want to work on and what their working requirements are.

Are there any devs or dev teams who are interested in working on a decentralized altcoin project?
Perhaps there is a website/board of freelance Devs that put up their contact info??
LinkedIn is not exactly what I'm looking for.
You can find them in the services sections, they've posted their skills and their portfolio on their thread, you can also post a similar thread like this on that section but it's better to set up a group chat for developers for fast and real-time communication
 

Angel

Member
Right, when I check these, and I have checked probably 5, they are ghost towns. Thus far, I won't go into say an Ethereum community and scalp talent as that would certainly annoy me if we switched places.

Do you have any site recommendations?
You already checked 5 of them? Can you tell which freelance sites you are pertaining on?Its impossible for you to say that they are ghost towns.You didn't even find a single site which suits your concern.If not then take the advice above which you can go to services section and you might find that right Devs/Team
 

Roman

Member
Are you actually willing to provide compensation, or is it sort of a "part of the project" sort of deal?

I mean, I'd be willing, but not for equity
Equity can be worth much more if you are able to find unique, useful projects. Why would you 100% rule out considering a generous equity deal?
 

Easton

Member
Are you actually willing to provide compensation, or is it sort of a "part of the project" sort of deal?

I mean, I'd be willing, but not for equity
Equity can be worth much more if you are able to find unique, useful projects. Why would you 100% rule out considering a generous equity deal?
When you've been a programmer for quite a while, it's something you begin to understand. It's a gamble, you're working for free, and most of the time the "founder" substantially overestimates their worth in the company and reflects their ownership percentage in such a way.

I'd say about 80% of the requests I get are "you'll get paid if it works - equity style" and as most startups fail, it's not a lucrative strategy.

I don't 100% rule out equity deals, but I'd be less inclined to join one from BitcoinTalk due to it being remote and the chances of me actually accepting one in the first place is minimal.

Equity + a small amount of pay is a different story (and it being a great idea I can get behind and be motivated by). That would offset risk
 

Connor

Member
It's true. Too hard to look for a trusted cooperating dev team only on the internet. You may need someone you know to introduce you a team to work.
 

Ian

Member
I'm looking for the opposite of this Project Dev group...

That is, a group where the Devs/teams put their toes up first and announce the kinds of projects they want to work on and what their working requirements are.

Are there any devs or dev teams who are interested in working on a decentralized altcoin project?
Perhaps there is a website/board of freelance Devs that put up their contact info??
LinkedIn is not exactly what I'm looking for.
I'm not sure with this but you can give a shot to locate them on Icobench or maybe in fiverr to find those freelance guy but to make sure you will get a crypto experience guys then try to post a thread here in service section and provably you will get some especially if you pay them up with a good compensation + other bonuses if you have
 

Robert

Member
When you've been a programmer for quite a while, it's something you begin to understand. It's a gamble, you're working for free, and most of the time the "founder" substantially overestimates their worth in the company and reflects their ownership percentage in such a way.

I'd say about 80% of the requests I get are "you'll get paid if it works - equity style" and as most startups fail, it's not a lucrative strategy.
+100

99% of equity or rev share agreements don't make sense for developers. Founders who know what they are doing shall have no issues raising funding (or fund using their own and family money) to pay for basic MVP development.

On other note - just noticed your signature - are you based in Watford? Reading about your project now.
 
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