Are you knowledgeable about cryptocurrencies, and in particular about electroneum?
We’re looking for freelancers to contribute high-quality, electroneum-related online courses in the following programme areas:
The set-up is simple. You will put together courses (inc. screencasts and supporting documentation) working with our instructions and templates. Once your course is submitted, reviewed, accepted and published by us online, you will get remunerated, either as a lump sum or on a per student basis.
Some additional points:
- You may choose whether to get remunerated in electroneum (ETN—oh, yes!) or fiat money. Payment as a lump sum is immediate; payment per student is once a month.
- If your initial submission needs revision, we will ask you to re-submit it incorporating any changes specified in our feedback. Because there is just one freelancer preparing a course for submission under any given topic/theme at any one time—on a first come, first served basis—you will not be told halfway through your preparations that we have decided to publish someone else’s course on that same topic in the meantime. However, it also means that after our initial review you will have only one chance to resubmit your course: If your submission still fails to meet the required standards the second time around, the topic will be released to the next prospective tutor in the queue for that particular topic. We think this is fair both ways: a) once you are allocated a topic, it is yours to execute without any competitive pressure; b) poor quality submissions won’t hold us up too long with regard to publishing on a given topic.)
- Once we have allocated a topic to you, you will have two weeks to submit your course to us. If we have to ask you to re-submit your course, you will have one week to commit the necessary changes. Similarly to point 2. above, if you fail to meet these deadlines, the topic will be released to the next tutor in the queue for that particular topic.
Please note: this present form is for registering your initial interest only. Once we have gauged the level and volume of interest sufficiently, we will begin contacting suitable applicants with additional details (inc. terms of our freelance contract, etc.), to arrange for a more formal online interview if/when necessary, etc.
If you are interested in joining our faculty,
please fill in the form below.