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It is CryptoCareer's mission to help developers get their dream Web3 job, therefore it is free for candidates.
As an employer, you are being charged a Success Fee equal to 10% of the candidate's annual salary expectations when the candidate accepts the offer to work at your company.
For example: hiring a Solidity who listed €70000 as a monthly expectation on their profile, will cost you €7000.
Junior is any candidate on the platform who has not previously worked as a developer at a company. We want to foster and support aspiring Web3 developers, therefore we don’t charge you for hiring them.
We want companies and candidates to be a perfect match. Hence, If the developer worked at your company for less than one month for any reason, we cancel our Success Fee. In this case, you don't have to pay us anything.
Please make sure to reach out to candidates with relevant offers.
Always give candidates honest and timely feedback after interviews.
We reserve the right to suspend your Employer account in the following cases:
Success Fees for hired candidates are due 30 days from the day of signing the offer. We invoice your company in EUR via wire transfer (SWIFT).
We expect the owner of the Employer account to report the hiring on the day of signing the offer or verbal agreement with a candidate.
If the candidate worked at your company for less than one month for any reason, we cancel our Success Fee and you pay us nothing. In case the payment has already been made, you can request a refund or use this money as a deposit for your future hires on CryptoCareers.
CryptoCareers’s “match” of the candidate with the employer is valid for 180 days after the candidate has agreed to join your company. The Success Fee rate is based on the salary expectations that were listed on the candidate’s profile at the time your job offer was accepted. We eliminate the risk of you paying a higher Success Fee due to the increase of candidate’s salary expectations over time.