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Coinlancer (CL)[edit]

Date of introductionNovember 15th, 2017
User(s)World Wide
Central bankCoinlancer


Coinlancer is an Ethereum based platform using blockchain technology where freelancers and clients connect remotely through smart contracts and launched on November 15th, 2017.[1][2] The clients here post jobs on the platform and job seekers avail the same. Payments for a job offer are made in CL token (cryptocurrencies) once the rules set in the smart contracts are met.[3] Coinlancer enables freelancers and clients to interact with each other in a fair and efficient manner. The protocol of Coinlancer facilitates secure payments and fair decisions. Initially 300 million tokens (cryptocurrencies) have been released in the market. The price at the moment of press is $0,402144. The 24h Volume as recorded on Jan 11, 2018 is $1660660.[4] The total supply at this moment is 300,000,000 CL.[5]


Coinlancer platform was publicly launched on November 15th, 2017. Distribution of CL token began on November 22nd, 2017.[6] Coinlancer CL got listed and could be traded on Changelly and HitBTC from January 5th, 2018. "The freelance economy is booming," says Coinlancer CEO Ian Viner. "With the rising gig economy, freelancing could grow to $10 billion annually in the next six years. We have to curb some of the challenges that freelancers are facing. We see blockchain technology as the smart way to do this."[7]


Coinlancer tackles some of the problems faced by existing traditional freelancing platform in the following ways:

  • No Suspension of User Accounts
  • Fair Dispute Settlements
  • Secure Payments
  • 3% Transaction Fee
  • 20 + Cryptocurrencies Accepted
  • Identity Theft Elimination
  • Elimination of Fake Reviews
  • Unbiased Dispute Resolution – Freelancers Tribunal[8]

Coinlancer has a friendly and easy-to-use interface for clients and freelancers to help post their requirements with ease. Clients can list their jobs and freelancers can bid for them to get the desired jobs. It performs identity verifications whenever necessary, to ensure the authenticity of the users. The unique identities of clients and freelancers are based on their addresses in the blockchain, making it hard to copy. When a job contract is awarded by the client, he needs to deposit the platform fee which is paid in the Coinlancer CL token. The platform implements a 3% fee for employers and no fee for freelancers.

The platform utilizes smart contracts and Escrow mechanism to hold the fee and perform disbursement of the collected funds on obligations met. Freelancers Tribunal is created which decides on the disputes between clients and freelancers.

Technologies Used[edit]

Distributed Ledgers - Unique Transaction Records - Zero Interventions by Central Authority

Open Application Programming Interface (API) – Flexible - Deployable Across Channels – Integrated - User Experience

Smart Contracts - Customizable Well-Executed Contracts and Events

Block Chain – Accurate – Consistent - Immutable Records

Digital Signature - Identity Authentication and Protection

CL Token[edit]

Coinlancer is the native token of Coinlancer platform. This token is the primary mechanism by which 3% Escrow fees will be paid to the Coinlancer platform.

There is an inherent utility of these tokens for anyone who wants to interact with users on the Coinlancer platform. As the freelancing platform becomes popular among the users, there will be a demand for more Coinlancer tokens which would increase its value for the existing token holders.

The Team[edit]

Ian Vineer is the CEO of Coinlancer, Charles Voltron the CTO, Rushabh Shah the CFO, Konstantin Oleshko the Project Manager, Sergei Vasylchuk the Advisor, Amarjit Singh another Advisor and Katrina Arden the ICO Legal Advisor.[1]


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  3. "Coinlancer Aims to Revolutionize the Freelancing Industry using Blockchain; ICO Raises $5 Million on Launch Day". CCN. 2017-11-01. Retrieved 2018-01-18.
  4. "Newest TOKENS to hit the markets and exchanges in 2018 | Hype.Codes". Retrieved 2018-01-18.
  5. "Newest TOKENS to hit the markets and exchanges in 2018 | Hype.Codes". Retrieved 2018-01-18.
  6. "Coinlancer (CL) - Price, Charts, ICO info and more | ICOmarks". (in русский). Retrieved 2018-01-18.
  7. "The Top 10 Initial Coin Offerings to Watch in 2018". 2017-11-17. Retrieved 2018-01-18.
  8. "Coinlancer - icodesk". icodesk. Retrieved 2018-01-18.

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