FiveBucks.com is a Freelancer Marketplace for Using Bitcoin Cash (BCH)
BCH Powered Freelancer’s Marketplace Fivebucks.com Launched
Most freelancers do not fully understand blockchain, other than the fact that it is the technology behind the rising cryptocurrency markets. But blockchain holds great promise for many other sectors of the economy, and freelancers will benefit from it.
A few days back a new freelancer’s marketplace has launched that allows people to list and complete a wide array of services for only five bucks.
The Inspiration For The Platform
The creators of Fivebucks explain the charity eatbch inspired them to launch a platform that bolsters the gig economy with just a small fraction of bitcoin cash (BCH).
“Thanks to bitcoin cash, anyone with an internet connection can get paid for their work directly without intermediaries and regardless of where they are from,” explain the Fivebucks founders.
The eight sections of listings include tech, fun & lifestyle, business, digital marketing, graphics and design, writing and translation, video & animation, music & audio, programming.
What If $5 Is Too Low For A Freelancer’s Services?
Fivebucks.com has a good resolution to this predicament and seemed to have done better than its mainstream rival Fiverr. Their website reads:
“This is a global marketplace so competition will always be strong to keep everyone on their toes. Our core mission is to build a hard-working community that delivers value for buyers and businesses from all over the globe. However, hard-working doesn’t mean underpaid.
As result, we advise high skilled professionals to “tokenize” their services through at least one $5 affordable bit. If you are a designer, tokenizing your service would mean offering a simple logo, without colors or source file, for $5. Then you can upsell that by including in the description a separate quote for the source file, color schemes or other derivatives.”
The brand-new website has seen an inrush of listings since it began and all the payments, both inbound and outbound, utilize the peer-to-peer cryptocurrency bitcoin cash. Currently, Fivebucks has 102 listings, 218 sellers, and 7 completed orders; not to bad for a platform which is less than a week old.
Right now you can buy an assortment of interesting services for only five dollars in BCH per service which includes getting a cartoon portrait drawn, debugging python script, tarot reading, vector graphics, and even someone who will say anything you want on video for only five bucks.