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Hacked.com has seen significant growth in 2017 and we are now expanding our dedicated team to bring our members the best in-depth cryptocurrency content in the world. Our main goal is to help members reach financial freedom, with the use of cryptocurrencies and ICOs including other markets like forex, stocks, and commodities. We are only looking for people with a strong passion for these markets and someone that are highly dedicated and motivated into creating an even better offer for our members. Below are the job descriptions for two open positions:

Cryptocurrency Research Analyst

One of the world’s largest cryptocurrency resources is seeking a full-time cryptocurrency researcher/analyst to join our growing team. The candidate will be responsible for researching, analyzing and writing about the cryptocurrency market to a dedicated community of traders and market participants. Looking into the fundamentals of each cryptocurrency is highly attractive for us.

The ideal candidate must:

  • Have a superb grasp of the English language
  • Be an expert in at least one of the following: cryptocurrency, fin-tech, financial markets
  • Be willing to produce 3-5 quality articles per day, including longer, more informative articles
  • Have the ability to suggest article topics on a regular basis, and submit them in a timely fashion
  • Be university educated, with a degree in finance, economics, political science/international relations, technology or business
  • Be responsive to community members, and cover topics that are requested by our readers
  • Work well independently and as part of an international team with no HQ
  • Have strong grasp of WordPress and SEO

Please submit your cover letter, resume and at least three sample pieces that demonstrate your writing ability in the cryptocurrency market. Also indicate your salary requirements for this position.

Send your application to jonas.borchgrevink@hacked.com.

ICO Researcher and Writer

One of the world’s largest cryptocurrency resources is seeking a dedicated researcher/writer to cover the budding ICO market. If you are not familiar with ICOs, please do not apply. The candidate will be responsible for researching, analyzing and writing about upcoming ICOs, as well as evaluating past token raises. It is very important that the candidate have a strong grasp of the cryptocurrency market and be willing to cover topics suggested by our readers.

The ideal candidate must:

  • Have a superb grasp of the English language
  • Be an expert in at least one of the following: cryptocurrency, fin-tech, startups, fundraising, financial markets
  • Be willing to produce 5 to 9 ICO Analysis pieces per week that evaluate upcoming token raises. You will be given a very specific format to follow
  • Have the ability to suggest article topics on a regular basis, and submit them in a timely fashion
  • Each ICO Analysis piece must be between 800-1,200 words, although longer pieces are permitted

Please submit your cover letter, resume and at least three sample pieces that demonstrate your writing ability in the cryptocurrency market. Also indicate your price per article or suggest another suitable salary arrangement.

Send your application to jonas.borchgrevink@hacked.com.

Important: Never invest (trade with) money you can't afford to comfortably lose. Always do your own research and due diligence before placing a trade. Read our Terms & Conditions here. Trade recommendations and analysis are written by our analysts which might have different opinions. Read my 6 Golden Steps to Financial Freedom here. Best regards, Jonas Borchgrevink.

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  1. MinerMatt17

    January 5, 2018 at 9:56 pm

    Maybe you guys can hire some one to get your recommendations and analysis on the same page.

  2. saxonlucius

    January 5, 2018 at 11:57 pm

    If you can afford me, I’m down.

  3. Caohuynher

    September 8, 2018 at 3:30 pm

    Help

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Crypto Market Development: South Korea’s National Policy Committee Chair Calls For ICO Legalization

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  • A member of South Korea’s governing Democratic party and the chairman of Korea’s National Policy Committee, Min Byung-Doo, is urging to ease the current regulations on Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs).
  • Min Byung-Doo wants to introduce necessary regulatory framework, allowing ICOs in the country.

Allow ICOs In South Korea

The South Korean National Policy Committee Chief, Min Byung-Doo, is calling for a regulatory framework to be explored. This would be to allow for Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) to take place within the country. He stated that the current prohibiting of ICOs weakens the industry’s competitiveness appeal with foreign markets. Further boldly adding, this would be preventing growth.

In his statement at to lawmakers, Byung-Doo said, “We can see that the flow of investment is clearly changing compared to ICO and angel fundraising. The ICO has raised $1.7 billion for Telegram and $4 billion for Block.One, it is getting bigger and bigger.”

Further in the statement, Min Byung-Doo said, “Let the government, the National Assembly and the blockchain association quickly create a working group to block fraud, speculation, money laundering and develop the block-chain industry,”. However, he acknowledged the government’s reluctance to create the needed framework.

In September 2017, the Financial Services Commission in South Korea announced a ban on ICOs. The law has not yet been enacted.

Crypto Market Reaction

A lack of reaction has been observed for now, despite this determination to help further legitimize the digital currency market in South Korea. Crypto market developments in the country are always watched very carefully. This is given their large crypto market participation. It was reported in December 2017 that South Korea accounted for as much as 17% of all Ethereum trades occurring in cryptocurrency markets.

Market Reactions To South Korean Related News

Ripple (XRP) crashed in January, following CoinMarketCap’s decision to remove XRP price data from Korean exchange desks. This as a result largely brought down the total average.

XRP/USD Coinmarketcap update triggered drop

On 11th January, Korean crypto exchange Coinrail was hacked, and over $40 million in tokens were stolen. Bitcoin initially dropped over 11% on this.

BTC/USD Coinrail hack triggered drop

One final example, UPbit, a South Korean exchange, was investigated by authorities for illicitly moving customer funds to the account of its executives. Bitcoin initially dropped over 7% on the news.

BTC/USD UPbit investigation triggered drop

Given the above mentioned, one should keep an eye on any developments coming out of South Korea, for the foreseeable future.

Disclaimer: The author owns bitcoin, Ethereum and other cryptocurrencies. He holds investment positions in the coins, but does not engage in short-term or day-trading.

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Important: Never invest (trade with) money you can't afford to comfortably lose. Always do your own research and due diligence before placing a trade. Read our Terms & Conditions here. Trade recommendations and analysis are written by our analysts which might have different opinions. Read my 6 Golden Steps to Financial Freedom here. Best regards, Jonas Borchgrevink.

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