Are you an undergraduate student interested in cryptocurrencies?
Do you want to get paid researching blockchain projects?
Do you want to prove your analytical skills?
Do you want to gain working experience in a crypto startup?
Do you want to get mentored by the Crush Crypto team, who has deep experience in analyzing blockchain projects and is one of ICONOMI's first DAA managers?
If your answers to the above are yes, then we welcome you to join the Crush Crypto Research Challenge! Crush Crypto is looking to expand the team, so we are seeking young talents to help out with our research work. First place wins 5 Ether and an offer to join Crush Crypto as a research analyst intern. All applicants will be considered to join the Crush Crypto team.
The Crush Crypto Research Challenge is a global competition open to all university undergraduate students for prizes and the opportunity to work with Crush Crypto. Participants can research any blockchain project with an upcoming initial coin offering and prepare a written report on that selected project.
All applicants will be considered to join the Crush Crypto team. We currently estimate the workload to be 10-20 hours a week, location doesn’t matter.
The deadline for all submissions is November 30, 2017 23:59 PST. We will be reviewing applications on a rolling basis, so we encourage you to apply early. All winners will be announced on the Crush Crypto website on December 15, 2017.
Rules & Guidelines
Terms & Conditions
Ether prizes - Once we have decided on the winners, we will send the corresponding amount of Ether to the Ether address provided in the individual's submission within one week of announcing the winners on the Crush Crypto website.
Internship opportunity - The paid internship opportunity with Crush Crypto will involve researching and writing reports on upcoming ICOs. We currently estimate the workload to be 10-20 hours a week. Location does not matter. Crush Crypto and the intern
can terminate the internship at anytime without recourse.
Conflicts of interest - All participants have an obligation to avoid actual or potential conflicts of interest with their participation. A conflict of interest is any matter that could reasonably be expected to impair their independence and objectivity.
Intellectual property - Participants are free to include text, images, graphics, or other logos in their written reports and presentations but it is the obligation of each individual to ensure that the use of any third party materials complies with all applicable copyright and trademark laws.
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Ready to enter the Crush Crypto Research Challenge?