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Syntropy

Create meaningful content for developers and get paid.

We are looking for writers to collaborate on content creation for developers.

Through the Write with Syntropy program, we build ties with the best technology writers around the globe and work together to provide meaningful content for developers. We foster long-term collaboration and aim to help you grow your personal brand as a writer, content creator and thought-leader.

Syntropy is an open project providing new connectivity technology for the Internet.

Syntropy is designed to solve issues prevalent in the current Internet framework, including security, privacy, governance, performance, reliability, and ineffective resource utilization.
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Syntropy Stack is a collection of developer-facing tools and technologies that facilitates the deployment of connections between micro-services or devices across any infrastructure.
Syntropy Stack

Here's the plan.

You Apply

We take a personal approach with each candidate, discussing your individual availability and requirements. The quality of your work is what matters the most, so we will ask you to provide some of your recent writings for review.

YOU WRITE

Together, we select topics according to your expertise area, and you begin the research and writing part. Throughout the writing process, we are always available to answer any questions and provide assistance. We expect you to deliver the first draft within two weeks and, if needed, make edits afterwards.

We Pay YOU

Your earnings depend on the difficulty of the task and the payment method. We agree on compensation before you start writing and make a payment within 14 days after our editor confirms your work as completed. Learn more about our compensation structure here.

We Distribute The Content

Once you complete the writing part, we make final edits, create the necessary visuals, and start distributing the content. We set up our content distribution in a way that helps maximize the reach of your articles. We not only allow you to repost these articles yourself but encourage it (as long as you comply with the copyright requirements and align with our content distribution process).

Here's how
we pay You.

Here's how we pay You.

We set a compensation structure according to the difficulty of the task and the preferred payment method. This will help determine the appropriate compensation amount for each job. The table below should serve as a guideline, and we will agree on the exact amount before you start with each task. You could also be offered a full-time position at Syntropy or undertake larger projects.

You have an option to be paid in NOIA tokens, Bitcoin, Ethereum, Tether or US dollars. NOIA tokens are publicly traded on multiple exchanges with good liquidity. You can receive them to any wallet that supports ERC-20 tokens and convert them to any other currency.

NOIA
BTC/ETH/USDT
USD
Level 1
$400
$320
$260
Level 1
NOIA
BTC/ETH/USDT
USD
$400
$320
$260

Brief conceptual articles or tutorials that do not require deep technical knowledge. For articles directly related to Syntropy Stack, the writer should be familiar with the tool and its features.

500-1500 words.

Level 2
$700
$560
$455
Level 2
NOIA
BTC/ETH/USDT
USD
$700
$560
$455

More in-depth conceptual articles or tutorials. They might comprise multiple technologies, tools or coding languages or require deeper technical understanding in networking, DevOps or other fields. For articles directly related to Syntropy Stack, the writer should be familiar with the tool and its features.

1000-3000 words.

Level 3
$1000
$800
$650
Level 3
NOIA
BTC/ETH/USDT
USD
$1000
$800
$650

Complex conceptual articles or tutorials that require an expert-level understanding of specific tools, technologies, coding languages or concepts in networking, DevOps or other fields. For articles directly related to Syntropy Stack, the writer should be familiar with the tool and its features.

1000-3000 words.

Meet the fellow writers.

Craig Pickard

Creative Technologist, New York

Craig got his start as an industrial designer but soon found his niche in experiential installations, marrying software and hardware within unique environments to create captivating in-person experiences. On his mission to create unique and engaging interactive experiences, Craig has focused on full-stack development, native apps, game engines, and solutions architecture. Most recently, his fascination with blockchain and Web3.0 has led him to explore a variety of new topics, such as decentralized applications and infrastructure, cryptocurrencies, and NFTs.

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