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News: Bitcoin Now Accepted as Payment Method

Following on from my previous blog post about blockchain applications for the translation industry, I am able to announce that I now also accept Bitcoin as a form of payment.

This service is provided by BitPay, an established Bitcoin payment service provider founded in 2011.

In addition to standard bank transfers, my clients now have the added option of paying invoices in Bitcoin.

Clients benefit from the much lower administration fee for Bitcoin payments compared to international bank charges and an almost immediate transaction speed.

What’s more, my prices will continue to be in euros or Swiss francs – meaning I bear the risk associated with the volatility of Bitcoin. A win-win situation!

I will offer this option to clients each time I issue a normal invoice.

Feel free to get in touch if you have any questions at all about this payment method!

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News: Lewis Dale Featured in Success in Translation Article by Hanna Sles

Last week, Hanna Sles (Russian translator and localisation specialist) gave me the honour of featuring me in an article published on her website.

The article entitled ‘Translator Online: Successful Stories & Best Tips’ presents five freelance translators and their advice for those starting out in the industry.

While I am still going through my own professional development – an ongoing process – I was able to offer a few succinct titbits from my own experience as a freelance translator. The salient points address how to write a good CV, creating your own website and the online platforms I find most useful.

You can read the full article here.

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