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Looking for Reviewers (French, Hindi, Korean, Turkish, Vietnamese)

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As title says, I am looking for some native speakers that may be interested in doing some translations reviews (proof of read).

 

What we want from you:

  • Be a citizen in any country that speak the following languages:
    • French
    • Korean
    • Vietnamese
  • Be able to stick / respect your own language grammar rules
  • Be able to understand english (at least a 7/10 read / write skill)
  • Understand about Gambling and Cryptos (being a Stake / Primedice user is already a very good start tho)
  • Have a Stake account
  • Be able to start right away

 

What we offer you:

  • Weekly payments direct to your Stake account (in BTC)
  • Payment per word you will review
  • Weekly bonus for being in the team
  • Internal events from time to time with prizes up to 500$

 

What we DO NOT accept:

  • People muted / banned in the site / forum
  • People with forum warning (in that case you must talk to whom gave you the warning to try to solve your situation first)
  • Passive / Active beggars
  • Toxic (always complaining) people

 

Anyone interested can send me your portfolio (with previous translation / reviewer jobs you have done) to Carollzinha on Telegram. If you dont have a portfolio you can still message me and we will sort it out but, obviously, having it is already an advantage you have among the others.

 

Please DO NOT message me if you are not a citizen from any these countries. As for now these are the languages we are interested in. No other languages at the moment, I am sorry.

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I am not Korean, but I know someone and he is Korean, he also plays here, but I don't think he would want to do it. by the way, does this topic have to be in the stake discussion section?

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On 3/8/2020 at 2:26 AM, sheenazbay said:

I am not Korean, but I know someone and he is Korean, he also plays here, but I don't think he would want to do it. by the way, does this topic have to be in the stake discussion section?

I left it here so people could see easily.

About your friend well, thats sad.. if he is already a Stake user it would be really good for both of us as we could have someone that already know the site and could also be good to him to get his payment directly to his Stake account

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Hey, you definitely have to ask those guys at Tofugu, when I've been learning Japanese like for several months I found their amazing website, lots of great info out there and not only learning wise, but culture and whatnot!

You might ask them, very nice people, a few Japanese guys and gals and an American dude and since they work in the field of translation, teaching they might be interested and could help you!

There you go: https://www.tofugu.com/learn-japanese/

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9 hours ago, GeorgeFeb said:

Hey, you definitely have to ask those guys at Tofugu, when I've been learning Japanese like for several months I found their amazing website, lots of great info out there and not only learning wise, but culture and whatnot!

You might ask them, very nice people, a few Japanese guys and gals and an American dude and since they work in the field of translation, teaching they might be interested and could help you!

There you go: https://www.tofugu.com/learn-japanese/

The issue with that kind of site is that they normally dont understand about casino nor about cryptos so their translations / reviews could not be as accurate as we need.. also I am giving our community a chance first as they are already using our sites and they could provide a (way) better service for the rest of us :) 

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19 hours ago, Carollzinha said:

The issue with that kind of site is that they normally dont understand about casino nor about cryptos so their translations / reviews could not be as accurate as we need.. also I am giving our community a chance first as they are already using our sites and they could provide a (way) better service for the rest of us :) 

Ah, so it's for the forum, had to specify, I thought you're just hunting for some other things translation! 😃

I don't see much movement in the Local section of the forum, dunno how would Japanese and Korean sections go, although that would be quite interesting to see those here!

Also many Japanese and Koreans who are in tech and Internet speak English and very good English at that!

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4 hours ago, GeorgeFeb said:

Ah, so it's for the forum, had to specify, I thought you're just hunting for some other things translation! 😃

I don't see much movement in the Local section of the forum, dunno how would Japanese and Korean sections go, although that would be quite interesting to see those here!

Also many Japanese and Koreans who are in tech and Internet speak English and very good English at that!

It is for Primedice and Stake websites :) 

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Oh really..i am not yet introduced with korean or Japan people here so cant suggested you someone.. Keep find you will get lol👌

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Hello. I know you have mentioned that you only need native speakers. I am just wondering, what if someone is a professional (multi-lingual), received language certificates (JPLT, DELF and TOPIK), a PrimeDice user and has an experience in customer service (back-office) for 10+ years now involving multilingual industry? Do you guys think that's qualifying?

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11 hours ago, Aiza824 said:

Hello. I know you have mentioned that you only need native speakers. I am just wondering, what if someone is a professional (multi-lingual), received language certificates (JPLT, DELF and TOPIK), a PrimeDice user and has an experience in customer service (back-office) for 10+ years now involving multilingual industry? Do you guys think that's qualifying?

As long as that person has a read / write skill of at least 9/10 for any of these languages and meets the requirements I mentioned above I don't see any issue at all.

But please keep in mind that crypto and gambling language can be much different than the "regular" meaning of these words, that's why we normally focus in natives.

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I used to live in Vietnam and speak a little Vietnamese, but now I am not in Vietnam because I keep changing jobs. I just want to ask what do I need to send to register?
However, I cannot attach the data you want because it is confidential to me.

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9 hours ago, reebox said:

I used to live in Vietnam and speak a little Vietnamese, but now I am not in Vietnam because I keep changing jobs. I just want to ask what do I need to send to register?
However, I cannot attach the data you want because it is confidential to me.

We are looking for people with high skills to do translations / proof-of-read of their languages so anything less than a 9/10 is not what we are looking for.. and as you said you "speak a little Vietnamese" I dont think you will fit the requirements, I am sorry

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56 minutes ago, red95 said:

I am from Vietnam, I applied ^^

 

On 3/7/2020 at 9:43 PM, Carollzinha said:

Anyone interested can send me your portfolio (with previous translation / reviewer jobs you have done) to Carollzinha on Telegram. If you dont have a portfolio you can still message me and we will sort it out but, obviously, having it is already an advantage you have among the others.

 

Please DO NOT message me if you are not a citizen from any these countries. As for now these are the languages we are interested in. No other languages at the moment, I am sorry.

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im not a citizen of those countries but I speak Italian, French and English fluently

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