Essentially, a freelance job is one where a person works for themselves, rather than for a company. While freelancers do take on contract work for companies and organizations, they are ultimately self-employed. Freelancers are not considered “employees” by the companies they work for, but rather “contractors.”

Blocklancer offers its users an undisturbed freelancing platform which you can join and become a member from any corner of the earth. Your identity will remain anonymous meaning you don’t need anything else than some skills to start earning. Only a Bitcoin wallet.

You can find a range of jobs on their website. Create your profile and start selling your services.
Blocklancer allows you to earn both in Bitcoin and Ethereum.

Cryptogrind matches employers with freelancers, provides escrow addresses to hold payment until job completion, and acts as third-key mediator in the case of a dispute.

Unlike marketplaces like Fiverr, which are difficult to compete in due to price floors and un-advertised add-on charges, Cryptogrind and the others listed here allow employers and freelancers to agree upon their own price for a job. Cryptogrind keeps a 4% fee of all escrowed funds.