Freelance for Coins – A New Freelancing Platform That supports cryptocurrencies

A new freelancing platform that supports cryptocurrencies has launched. The platform is dubbed Freelance for Coins and offers users a chance to publish offers and bids for crypto coins. The service also has a messaging app that helps users interact and negotiate on deals. Users will also be able to generate crypto invoices for the different coins on offer including BTC, ETH, BCH, XRM, and a few other stablecoins.

Freelance for Coins is revolutionary and will allow freelancers to be paid in cryptocurrency – a means of payment that is fast, has no chargebacks and the funds are sent in a permissionless manner. The platform has been operating for a week now, and its overall goal is to promote the use of digital assets in freelance work by enabling users to place offers and bids for freelance services.

In a Reddit post, the founder of the platform said he was proud to introduce the new project that will enable freelance work to be paid in cryptocurrencies. As of now, there are no platform fees, and freelancers are guaranteed to be paid.

The founder added:

“Freelance for Coins aims to help solve problems skilled workers face in order to create a more efficient global job market, reducing the friction experienced in the present-day freelancing process.”

Freelance for Coins

To sign up on the platform is straight forward and users only need an email address and a password. On the main feed, freelancers can post the services they offer including a description and the price they charge.

There is also a “buy this offer” button and a messaging area where users can negotiate in a peer-to-peer fashion. After the involved parties reach an agreement, an invoice can be generated in the messaging center for coins like BTC, ETH, TUSD, EOS, LTC, BCH, USDT, USDC, TRX, XLM, XRM, and DASH.

What’s your take on Freelance for Coins, a freelancing platform that allows Freelancers to get paid in cryptocurrency? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.


Basil has three years of freelance experience writing on disruptive technologies. He focuses on breaking news and education pieces; helping to spread the gospel of Blockchain. He hopes to have his own blockchain company one day; helping the world through its innovative ledger technology.

  1. Mary Thibodeau

    March 2, 2019

    What is your cut that you take from the freelancers? For instance with upwork it’s either 20 or 10%.

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