I'm active in the cryptocurrency scene in various roles. I organize a local Monero meetup, I visited conferences, I participate in technical discussions about protocols, I used to trade altcoins and I write articles about cryptocurrencies.
Since 2002, I've been working as a freelance translator and proofreader, specializing in software localization and finance. I only translate from English to Dutch, my native language.
I'm proud to have translated two websites and the Monerujo app for The Monero Project, funded by donations from the community.
Do you want your crypto app or service to look professional? Then you'll need professional translators. As a translator with a solid background in both language and technology, I can take care of the Dutch translation. I write fluent, natural texts that don't read like translations, and I make sure to use terminology consistently.
This website is a showcase of my wide-ranging experience.
I'm also available to give advice about blockchain technology.
Of course, you can pay me in cryptocurrencies, for example Monero, Bitcoin, Ether, Bitcoin Cash or Steem.
This website was written, designed and coded by Edwin den Boer, using Start Bootstrap's Modern Business template. Copyright © Edwin den Boer 2019, unless specified otherwise.
Disclaimer: I do not translate blockchains. As far as I know, no visitor information is tracked here. Any mentions of individuals, projects, companies and organizations on this website do not imply that these entities endorse me or my work. Any mentions of cryptocurrency projects on this website do not constitute financial advice. Craig S. Wright is not Satoshi Nakamoto. Don't send money to strangers who promise to send back more. Images on this website are either copyrighted by myself, licensed for commercial reuse or believed to be in the public domain. Jeffrey Epstein didn't kill himself.