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Remote Freelance Korean Language Translator

Remote Worldwide Contract Content Editorial

Joining Staking Rewards

Join a global team of professionals on the mission to educate people on how to earn passive income in crypto as a stepping stone to financial independence. We believe in a world with a decentralized, open, and transparent financial community. In the emerging ecosystem of Staking, DeFi, and Crypto Interest, we are creating a platform of trusted information and collaboration.

Making our content accessible to native Korean speakers

Your core contribution would be to translate the research and website content to make it accessible to native Korean speakers so that they can benefit from the knowledge, data, and tools provided on The successful candidate will work together with the Product and Design leads to shape the overall communication experience to the Korean user base on a cultural and societal level. A strong understanding of cultural norms, etc. here is preferred.

Example editorial content

Research content

Website content example

Collaborative environment

Working language: English

Extremely friendly and smart team

Remote collaboration setup

Browser-based working tools

Slack company chat


Native Korean speaker

Excellent understanding of English (source language);

Excellent writing skills;

A linguistic degree or any degree and relevant experience in translating;

Basic general financial, crypto, and staking concept understanding (or willing to learn)


Technical training;

Personal and professional development;

Competitive rates;

Regular pay; and

Work from home or from anywhere in the world.

Your application should include:

Covering letter why you would like to make accessible to the Korean language

One example of a translation from English to Korean. Ideally content from the financial or crypto domain.

Your resume

Two references including phone and email

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