Crypto Freelancers’ heaven and haven
Many professional and talented freelancers have been unintentionally cut from working with companies around the globe but this going to change by a new platform which is powered by cryptocurrency.
A new freelancing platform which is designed to assist people around the globe to be able to find jobs as freelancers when they may not be able to do that on more popular platforms.
This platform believes that lots of brilliant minds in certain countries may not be able to find a job or working opportunities on popular websites since they require bank account access. You may be surprised and wonder that this is a very normal way of this process, the thing you may not know is that, however, in countries where a large bulk of the population live on 2 to 3 dollars a day, paying a commission fee of 20% is renders as a no to working on such websites as Upwork and Fiverr.
There’s a major difference between AnyTask and its rivals and that’s the fact that it doesn’t charge freelancers for their income, so they can keep 100% of their income in this crypto-focused platform which is paid in ETN, Electroneum’s cryptocurrency once their projects are done.
It seems that the people who have worked with the site have had a huge gain as they have stated that they have mastered new skills and gained confidence as they have been working with global clients.
Ogwuche Clement Ochera, a writer, and Joseph Ogechukwu from Nigeria both had payment problems regarding withdrawing their money due to their country’s restrictions and as a result, they were unable to receive money via PayPal. AnyTask has solved both of these bright people’s problems and they’ve been able to work using this platform and become financially independent.
Besides that, the site also is much faster in terms of transferring the funds. It normally takes around 5 business days for freelancers to receive their money on rival services and systems, Ogechukwu was shocked at the speed of ETN withdrawals on AnyTask platform.
Using ETN, you can buy mobile data and airtime via a particular app in 160 countries or more. You can also purchase electricity meter pop-ups in 5 countries. Ogechukwu has used ETN for doing all the aforementioned, approving that it’s a crypto that offers utility.
AnyTask, the savior
Charging no fees for freelancers’ hard work, AnyTask has turned into a safe haven. Any task has served Nikola Bobetic, a Croatian teenager, as a ground for carving a niche for himself. Nikola automates people’s housing so that they can remotely control their home lighting, doors, and even appliances such as a washing machine remotely. However, his number one passion is not that. He is truly into 3D modeling, and gaining some money through Anytask, Nikola was able to buy a 3D printer and boost his profile.
Having a fair price in freelance jobs considering the abundance of the writing services and Photoshop editing offered by numerous people around the globe is hard to imagine. And yet, AnyTask claims to have enabled entrepreneurs to exhibit their skills in a new way and to stand out among all.
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