Hiring contributors on blockchain project

I want to hire a number of writers preferably with an ESL background (English as a Second Language) to create tests for learners of English. The tests should contain 10 or more sentences with gaps and there should be four answer options. (Multiple choice) Ideally, you have already created ESL materials, preferably even for TOEIC or TOEFL test preparation. It’s vital that the tests cover a specific topic.

Let’s say a company wants to teach their employees about Blockchain technology. They will be able to use our materials to test and teach their staff. Since new technologies are emerging so fast traditional textbooks and methods can’t no longer keep up. That’s where we come in. We want to constantly create new tests on new technologies and business models. To get started, let’s focus on Blockchain and all related topics to it. I think we can cover those topics with 10 tests of 10 questions each.

Here is the first test: How much do you know about blockchain and Bitcoin?

The following keyword list can be used for brainstorming or some kind of roadmap:

  • blockchain
  • cryptography
  • smart contracts
  • minting blocks
  • linked blocks
  • chain
  • hard forks
  • Hyperledger
  • Peer-to-peer
  • distributed ledger
  • secure by design
  • Offer and acceptance
  • Merkle tree
  • cryptographic hash
  • redistribution without permission
  • protocol software
  • decentralized applications (dapps)
  • proof-of-stake (PoS)
  • proof-of-work (PoW)
  • Proof-of-work system
  • Proof of Activity
  • Proof of Burn
  • Proof of Capacity
  • Proof of Elapsed Time
  • Proof of Importance
  • Sharding
  • Segwit
  • Stake Weighting
  • decentralized applications (dapps)
  • InterPlanetary File System
  • superior consensus protocol
  • cryptocurrencies (Bitcoin, Libra, etc.)
  • block time
  • Ethereum
  • Open-source
  • TON blockchain platform
  • Gram tokens
  • Open Zeppelin
  • Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM)
  • openness
  • permissionless
  • access control
  • transport layer
  • Bitcoin
  • Tether Stablecoin
  • EOS Blockchain
  • Tokens
  • MetaMask Chrome Extension
  • “State of the Dapps”
  • crypto
  • cryptocurrency
  • hashcash
  • supply chain
  • economy of things
  • Internet of things
  • incubed client
  • incubed verification
  • Universal Sharing Network (USN)

For more keywords please also use:

In addition, you might find this helpful: Blockchain_glossary.pdf (15.7 MB)

The tests should have the same format as this one.

To make sure we are on the same page it would be best if you could post a few sample questions here. We can then assess your work and negotiate a price. You can contact me any time via private message here on the forum or via our contact form.

Here are some sample questions from other potential contributors:

  1. Hyperledger uses a ___ system under the hood to verify the identities of its nodes.
  • a. PKI
  • b. distributed consensus
  • c. digital notary
  • d. node repository
  1. The Tendermint Core is a full-fledged ________ that is fully malleable and tailorable to the needs of any project
  • a. blockchain implementation
  • b. distributed network
  • c. blockchain database
  • d. state replication machine
  1. A ______ is the splitting of one blockchain into two or more chains.
    a) spoon
    b) genesis
    c) fork
    d) intersection

  2. Monero, Dash, and Zcash are popular examples of ________ coins.
    a) security
    b) utility
    c) stable
    d) privacy

Once we have covered the most important concepts of blockchain technology we will move on to those topics described here: New level of technological convergence?


Excellent, sir. I wish I have time for this new knowledge.