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Agriculture / Where Can I Rent Land For Farming In Abuja by objtech(m): 12:55pm On Mar 05
Please everyone where can I rent land for farming in Abuja a very safe environment. I need between 3-6 hectares
Agriculture / Re: I Need A Good Maize And Ginger Farmer In Abuja by objtech(m): 5:08pm On Mar 01
Kenda123:
Who is sourcing for land and all
I will do all that
Agriculture / Re: I Need A Good Maize And Ginger Farmer In Abuja by objtech(m): 5:07pm On Mar 01
ProjectsCityNG:
Whats in it for the person ?


I can shuttle between Oyo and Abuja
im sorry that’s too much risk i need someone resident in Abuja
Agriculture / Re: I Need A Good Maize And Ginger Farmer In Abuja by objtech(m): 5:07pm On Mar 01
I will provide everything including the land and and the funds to buy what is needed for the farm. Whether it’s maize, soybean or ginger but you must be experienced and at the end of the yield the person or farmer will have a percentage share from the profits made.

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Agriculture / I Need A Good Maize And Ginger Farmer In Abuja by objtech(m): 10:29pm On Feb 28
I need a good farmer of ginger and maize that I can work with I have the funds to farm and I want to farm this year. I need someone reliable and good. The person must be resident in Abuja cos I want the farm close to me where I can always monitor. If you fit this profile comment below with probably proof of your former farms you’ve handled then I will get in touch with you
Investment / I Need Good Foreign Exchange Analysts by objtech(m): 6:23pm On Feb 20
I need good and experienced traders who are willing to make 5-50$ daily just by analyzing charts or trades and sending it out. On each one that goes in the right direction you make 5-50$ depending on how many RRR your signal makes.

This are the rules I will add you to a chat where you will be placing the signals/analysis.

1. You will be paid based on each profitably closed signals

2. Stop loss shouldn't be less than 8pips and not more than 50pips on currencies then not more than 80 pips on gold.

3. The signal or trade should be placed in simple context for example

BUY EURUSD
TP : 1.23455
SL : 1.23456

then when updating the signal you should reply to the signals with updates such as
Move SL to breakeven
Move SL to 1.34555
Close trade.

The higher the risk to reward the higher the pay for example a risk to reward of 1:5 will be 5$×5=25$.

4. You will be paid weekly. So after each trading week you will calculate the trades you close profitably for the week including the RRR for each of the trades. Note that your winning or profitable trades must be higher than the loss trades to be qualified for each weekly payment.

5. You will only give maximum of 2 signals per day not more than 2.

Remember you aren't the only one dropping the signal so use proper identification for your signals so as to update accordingly and so as to be able to do proper calculations of your trades for payment.

Please no gambling because if you have 3 consecutive days of loss you are out of the program.

If you are an experienced trader willing to try this out message me on telegramI need good and experienced traders who are willing to make 5-50$ daily just by analyzing charts or trades and sending it out. On each one that goes in the right direction you make 5-50$ depending on how many RRR your signal makes.

This are the rules I will add you to a chat where you will be placing the signals/analysis.

1. You will be paid based on each profitably closed signals

2. Stop loss shouldn't be less than 8pips and not more than 50pips on currencies then not more than 80 pips on gold.

3. The signal or trade should be placed in simple context for example

BUY EURUSD
TP : 1.23455
SL : 1.23456

then when updating the signal you should reply to the signals with updates such as
Move SL to breakeven
Move SL to 1.34555
Close trade.

The higher the risk to reward the higher the pay for example a risk to reward of 1:5 will be 5$×5=25$.

4. You will be paid weekly. So after each trading week you will calculate the trades you close profitably for the week including the RRR for each of the trades. Note that your winning or profitable trades must be higher than the loss trades to be qualified for each weekly payment.

5. You will only give maximum of 2 signals per day not more than 2.

Remember you aren't the only one dropping the signal so use proper identification for your signals so as to update accordingly and so as to be able to do proper calculations of your trades for payment.

Please no gambling because if you have 3 consecutive days of loss you are out of the program.

If you are an experienced trader willing to try this drop your telegram ID

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Agriculture / I Need A Good Farmer Around Abuja Or Kaduna by objtech(m): 4:30pm On Feb 19
I want to do agro this year and I want to plant maize, egusi, onion or any other cash crops but I need a good farmer that specializes in these around Abuja or kaduna, the farm must be in any of these locations because I want to be able to monitor it very well. I will bring the money for the planting and everything I just need an experienced farmer to do these with. If you are good in any of these please drop any proof of previously handles farm even if it is one plot, then drop your contact I will contact you.

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Programming / Re: Please Who Can Help Me Do This Paid Python Project by objtech(m): 8:34am On Nov 05, 2023
Please you must have good knowledge of rust before hitting me up
Programming / Re: Please Who Can Help Me Do This Paid Python Project by objtech(m): 8:31am On Nov 05, 2023
Anyone who can handle this can chat me up on WhatsApp on 09034115319. Many more projects to do together
Programming / Please Who Can Help Me Do This Paid Python Project by objtech(m): 8:03am On Nov 05, 2023
Guy please who can help as I’m stuck I don’t mind the person handling the rest of the project as it’s a paid project

“Programming of an API interface between Python and an existing TypeScript SDK for the Hydraledger Blockchain. So that any python program can interact with the blockchain via this API bridge. But now instead of using nodejs to bind it we use rust in python maturin. So we use rust SDK. I have done the python development and all but binding it with rust I’m getting errors if anyone can help I can give you the full details and we can do this paid project together and many more.

They need to bind python with rust maturin.
The one I did initially was with nodejs.

This is the details of what is expected
Python CLI app
- get a 24 word BIP39 mnemonic from the user (environment variable if CLI)
- show a receive address for getting some test HYDs
- create a transfer transaction from that address to a second address in the wallet
- sign the transaction
- send it into a testnet node
However, a direct binding in Python with Rust without Nodejs.

Anyone interested can reply with his or her number and I will chat him up
Jobs/Vacancies / Hire A Full Stack Developer by objtech(m): 8:03am On Oct 03, 2023
I am open for a remote job in any tech establishment and this is what I can offer as developer in your company?

My roles as a front-end developer in your company could include:
1 Designing and implementing user interfaces for your applications.
2 Developing and maintaining web applications for blockchain services.
3 Ensuring the technical feasibility of your UI/UX designs.
4 Optimizing your applications for maximum speed and scalability.
5 Collaborating with other team members, including back-end developers and designers, to integrate blockchain technology and other technologies into your front-end of applications.
6 Staying up-to-date with emerging trends and technologies in front-end development.

I have a strong and vast experience in crypto, web3, web development(Wordpress, vuejs, reactjs, PHP, JavaScript)and content management.

I am currently collaborating in developing a video to text AI website which will enable users convert and summarize any video to text in any language.

I collaborated and built a next generation NFT AI. A website where users can generate or create there own NFT and also mint it. I used VUE js and react to make this possible. The website incorporates an AI which interfaces smart contracts from the frontend to backend to automatically generate and mint an NFT. If you wish I can send you the details.

Open for contracts, long and short term employment and also freelance gigs as well.

Contact me at 09034115319
Business / Re: I Need Good Business Ideas by objtech(m): 3:03pm On Jun 02, 2023
Esusustuffs:
Hi, i have a business idea that i have been developing for long. I have secured the domain already.i need a programer like u to partner and launch the idea. Its a tech stuff that have the potential of generating millions.
drop your WhatsApp
Business / I Need Good Business Ideas by objtech(m): 2:14pm On Jun 02, 2023
I have over 1.5m spare to use for cool business please can anyone recommend and explain anyone? Please I don’t need anything related to forex or crypto trading. If anyone has any good idea on any other business be it agriculture or export/import or even tech I’m open. Any good one I find I can partner with such person.

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Business / Open To Work On Front End Development by objtech(m): 6:37pm On Feb 03, 2023
What can I do for you as a frontend developer in your company?

My roles as a front-end developer in your company could include:
1 Designing and implementing user interfaces for your applications.
2 Developing and maintaining web applications for blockchain services.
3 Ensuring the technical feasibility of your UI/UX designs.
4 Optimizing your applications for maximum speed and scalability.
5 Collaborating with other team members, including back-end developers and designers, to integrate blockchain technology and other technologies into your front-end of applications.
6 Staying up-to-date with emerging trends and technologies in front-end development.

You can connect with me and discuss your needs. I’m open to work
#blockchain #technology #work #developer #development #jobconnect
Business / Re: We Design Any Kind Of Website And Mobile App With No Upfront by objtech(m): 10:35pm On Nov 06, 2022
Congratulations to us all Brainmatrixtech has introduced a no upfront payment solution. Which means you don’t have to pay us upfront for your project you pay after we deliver. This a new development as we hope you utilize it to your advantage. To talk to us about any web/app or software projects message on WhatsApp at 09034115319 or visit our website www.Brainmatrixtech.com for more information have a nice week everyone.
Business / We Design Any Kind Of Website And Mobile App With No Upfront by objtech(m): 10:34pm On Nov 06, 2022
Hello Everyone welcome to the number 1 software/web and digital Agency.

Brainmatrix Solutions is a renowned Software/Web development and Digital agency with the aim of offering you the best software/digital solutions in a digital world. We develop and manage any kind of Softwares,websites and mobile apps. We don't just develop softwares, we also test them to make sure they comply with international digital standards. We also have a team of penetration testers and web testers who test softwres/websites and mobile apps to find and eliminate any kind of bug and malware affecting them. We pride ourselves as an all-round I.T solutions provider.

You can visit our website for more information https://brainmatrixtech.com/service or you can call or WhatsApp me at 09034115319
Business / How To Combine Fundamental And Technical Analysis For A Better Trading Approach by objtech(m): 11:02am On Aug 06, 2022
People often ask if technical analysis can be used as an effective substitute for fundamental analysis. Although there is no definitive answer whether technical analysis can be used as a whole substitution for fundamental analysis, there is little doubt that combining the strengths of both strategies can help investors better understand the markets and gauge the direction in which their investments might be headed. In this article, we'll look at the pros and cons of technical analysis and the factors that investors should consider when incorporating both strategies into one market outlook.

The Best of Both Worlds

Some technical analysis methods combine well with fundamental analysis to provide additional information to investors. These include:

1) Volume Trends: When an analyst or an investor is researching a stock, it's good to know what other investors think about it. After all, they might have some additional insight into the company or they might be creating a trend.

One of the most popular methods for gauging market sentiment is to take a look at the recently traded volume. Large spikes suggest that the stock has garnered much attention from the trading community and that the shares are under either accumulation or distribution.

Volume indicators are popular tools among traders because they can help confirm whether other investors agree with your perspective on a security. Traders generally watch for the volume to increase as an identified trend gains momentum. A sudden decrease in volume can suggest that traders are losing interest and that a reversal may be on its way.
Intraday charting is growing in popularity because it enables traders to watch for spikes in volume, which often correspond with block trades and can be extremely helpful in deciphering exactly when large institutions are trading.

2) Tracking Short-Term Movements: While many fundamental investors tend to focus on the long haul, the odds are that they still want to obtain a favorable buy-in price and/or a favorable selling price upon liquidating a position. Technical analysis can be handy in these situations as well.

More specifically, when a stock punches through its 15- or 21-day moving average (either to the upside or the downside), it usually continues along that trend for a short period of time. In other words, it is largely an indicator of what to expect in the coming term. Incidentally, 50- and 200-day moving averages are often used by chartists and some fundamental investors to determine longer term breakout patterns.
For those looking to time a trade or to solidify a favorable entry or exit price in a given stock, these types of charts and analyses are invaluable.

3) Tracking Reactions Over Time: Many fundamental analysts will look at a chart of a specific stock, industry, index or market to determine how that entity has performed over time when certain types of news (such as positive earnings or economic data) has been released.

Patterns have a tendency to repeat themselves, and the investors who were lured (or put off by) the news in question tend to react in a similar manner over time.

For example, if you take a look at the charts of various housing stocks, you'll often see that they react negatively when the Federal Reserve chooses to forgo a cut in interest rates. Or check out how home improvement stores tend to react when reports of new and existing home sales decline. The reactive move lower is pretty consistent each time.

In short, by analyzing historical trends, investors can ballpark the possible reaction to a future event.

The Downside to Blending

Technical analysis may also provide an inaccurate or incomplete perspective on a stock because:

1) It's History: While it is possible to decipher and anticipate certain movements based on patterns or when a particular stock crosses a major moving average, charts cannot usually predict future positive or negative fundamental data—instead they are heavily focused on the past.

However, if news leaks out that a company is about to release a good quarter (for example), investors might be able to take advantage of it and this good news will be apparent in the chart. A simple chart cannot provide the investor with crucial long-term fundamental information such as the future direction of cash flow or earnings per share.
2) The Crowd is Sometimes Wrong: As mentioned above, it's nice to buy into a stock that has upside momentum. However, it is important to note and understand that the crowd is sometimes wrong. In other words, it is possible that a stock that's being accumulated en masse this week may be under heavy distribution the next. Conversely, stocks that are being heavily sold this week may be under accumulation in the weeks to come.

A terrific example of the "crowd is wrong" mentality can be found in the large amount of money that went into technology shares at the turn of the millennium. In fact, money kept flowing into shares of companies such as CMGI or JDS Uniphase, as well as a number of other high-tech issues. When the bottom dropped out, the money flow into these stocks and the stock markets on which they traded dried up almost overnight. The charts did not indicate that such a harsh correction was coming.

3) Charts Don't Typically or Consistently Forecast Macro Trends: Charts also are generally unable to accurately forecast macroeconomic trends. For example, it is nearly impossible to look at a major player in the oil and gas sector and decipher definitively whether OPEC intends to increase the amount of oil it pumps, or whether a fire that just started at a shipping facility in Venezuela will affect near-term supplies.

4) There is Subjectivity: When it comes to reading a chart, a certain amount of subjectivity comes into play. Some may see a chart and feel that a stock is basing, while another person might see it and conclude that there is still more downside to be had.

So who is right? Again, there's no calculation that can be done to solve the argument, as might be the case with fundamental analysis. When it comes to charting, only time will tell which way the markets will actually go.

Bottom Line

Technical analysis can be a valuable tool, but it is important to realize the benefits as well as the limitations before diving in. There is no definite answer about whether technical analysis should be used as a substitute to fundamental analysis, but many agree that it has its merits when used as a compliment to other investing strategies.

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Investment / The Challenges Of Nfts And A Better Solution For The Future. by objtech(m): 10:47am On Aug 06, 2022
In the past year, many people have been drawn into the Non-Fungible Token (NFT) collectibles, art, music, digital real estate, or digital fashion because they can relate to it. A lot more than with the start of bitcoin. However, a large part of the billions in trading is done only by a very small group, and NFT trading is anything but mainstream.
The news about the million-dollar NFTs is mainstream, but the actual trading is not yet. So far, there have been three types of people buying NFTs. The speculators - the smart people, the insiders - who make all the money. The show-offs - those who want to show off that they are rich and can afford a Bored Ape, and the people who got in late and are trying to convince you to buy their NFT because they don’t want to lose money. However, this will change as the metaverse comes to life and NFTs hold actual utility.

A Traditional Gold Rush

The 2021 NFT hype is a traditional gold rush, but the hype is different from the ICO hype in 2017, which involved many scams raising funds from consumers driven by Fear Of Missing Out (FOMO). While there are certainly plenty of scams with NFTs, as we will see, with NFTs eventually offering real utility, speculation and extreme prices will likely disappear for the vast majority of NFTs simply because NFTs will become ubiquitous.
One of the great things that has come out of the NFT frenzy, though, is that for the first time, digital artists can get paid for their work and contribution to society. However, that does not mean that NFTs are without challenges. In fact, there are plenty, and if you are interested in minting or trading NFTs, it is important to be aware of them.

5 Challenges of NFTs

NFTs seem to solve digital ownership, but, as of yet, most NFTs do not consider copyright, actual legal ownership, piracy, theft or other human problems.

1. Who Owns the Underlying Asset?

NFTs prove that you own something that is hosted somewhere, but that does not mean that the underlying asset is truly yours. What NFTs address is that it shows that you made a transaction for a certain digital asset, so it is a verifiable receipt that indicates that you own the asset.
The actual NFTs - as in the actual digital artwork - are, ideally, stored on a decentralized file-sharing system such as IPFS, FileCoin or Storj, but they can also be stored on a central server such as AWS as it is often too expensive to store a large JPG, GIF, Video or MP3 decentralized. Instead, often just the web address of where the artwork is stored, is stored on the blockchain. If the items are hosted on a centralized location, the entity that runs that server can simply delete the item, even if you paid millions of dollars for it.

A token is a smart contract pointing to the location of that web address on the blockchain (that points to the server that stores your asset), which is stored in a digital wallet. As the web address is on the blockchain, that cannot be changed, but someone can remove the asset from the server making your immutable and expensive web address return a ‘404 not found’.
Unless your expensive artwork is stored on a decentralized storage system, you might own a receipt of a certain asset, but you certainly do not possess it, and the owner of the server where it is stored actually controls it and can delete it if wanted.

2. Centralization in a Decentralized Ecosystem

Therefore, it would be wise to use one of the well-known marketplaces such as OpenSea, but even that is no guarantee for success. While OpenSea uses the IPFS, since it is a centralized exchange, they also control the keys, similar to any centralized crypto exchange. If OpenSea decides to remove or freeze the digital asset because of a copyright infringement or other reason, your NFT becomes worthless, and this has happened already more than once.
For example, at the end of 2021, OpenSea stepped in to block the sale of stolen, expensive NFTs from collector Todd Kramer, a well-known art gallery owner, reportedly worth $2.2 million. Using a phishing attack, the NFTs were stolen from his hot wallet - a wallet connected to the internet. While it might be nice for Todd that the thief cannot resell his NFTs, it raises important questions about the decentralization of these NFTs.

3. Hacked Wallets and Blockchain Security Challenges

If it is stored on decentralized storage, only the user who holds the NFT should be able to access it and control it. To make matters worse, most NFTs - the pointers to where the asset is stored - are stored on a centralized exchange, which is similar to your crypto stored on a centralized exchange, and this means that if the exchange gets hacked, you can lose your valuable NFTs.
If the NFT is on your decentralized wallet and is on a hot wallet connected to the internet, you are responsible for the security. As Todd Kramer discovered, if you are hacked due to a phishing scam, you can still lose your NFTs.
To make matters worse, NFTs are stored on a blockchain. This can be Ethereum, Solana, EOS or any of the other few dozen blockchains that enable NFTs. These blockchains are kept secure by decentralized miners or stakes, the administrators, and the more administrators, the more secure a blockchain becomes as it becomes harder to perform a so-called 51% attack.

This is an attack where a group of miners hold more than 50% of the network's hashing rate, and as they control the majority, they can reverse transactions that were completed while the group were in control. Meaning they could double-spend tokens, which is the entire promise that blockchains aims to prevent.
Blockchains that become the victim to a 51% attack will probably not live very long, and if your NFTs are stored on such a blockchain, your NFTs might become completely worthless. Of course, most of the NFTs reside on Ethereum, which has a broad adoption and is truly decentralised due to its age,. However, this comes at a cost as Ethereum's gas fees, the price that needs to be paid to record a transaction, has gone through the roof, which makes the network prone to inequality to the extent that many organizations have tried to prevent in Web 2.0.
There are also other chains used for NFTs which will be cheaper to use, but these might be more centralized and, therefore, have weaker security. This all means that for NFTs to achieve mass adoption, transaction costs need to go down, ideally to zero or close to zero, while decentralization needs to go up to ensure that an NFT purchased today for $10.000 is still holds value in the future.

4. Fat Finger Mistakes

If you are unlucky, you bought an expensive NFT and either your wallet can get hacked, the security of the blockchain storing the NFT can be breached, or the centralized database storing your actual artwork can be hacked, and the criminal can delete the actual asset, in which case you still hold the NFT pointing to a web address pointing to a server, but since there is nothing on that server, you own nothing.
If that does not happen, then you still have your own responsibility to make sure that when you do sell your Bored Ape, you do not sell it for the wrong price, as happened to NFT owner Max who accidentally sold his bored ape for 0.75 ETH (around $3000) instead of 75 ETH (around $300.000). Before the owner could fix his mistake, a bot had snapped up the unique collector's item by sending the transaction with 8 ETH (around $34000) of gas fees to ensure it was instantly processed.
These so-called fat-finger errors have happened before. While it is annoying for the original owner, it also shows a bigger problem that has been causing many debates around the world in the past years; net neutrality. The objective of net neutrality has always been to give everyone equal access to the internet and that internet service providers (ISPs) must treat all internet communications equally. Obviously, due to the gas fees, this no longer applies in the world of blockchain, which could pose a threat for the future, further increasing the digital divide and inequality.

5. Scams and Copyright Infringements

Unfortunately, that is not all, there are also plenty of scams and copyright infringements, or some call it satire or art in itself, of famous and expensive NFT collectibles such as the Bored Ape Yacht Club. One example is the Phunky Ape Yacht Club (or PAYC) which simply flipped the right-facing Bored Apes to face left and resold them, making around $1.8 million in the process.
PAYC has since been banned from centralized markets such as OpenSea, Raible and Mintable, which again shows the power these centralized markets have by creating a seamless trading experience for the masses.
Suppose you are lucky, and all works fine. In that case, you are still not yet out of the woods because it might very well be that the NFT you bought does not come with the right IP or copyrights, potentially preventing you from monetizing it and only using it as a nice image to view in your wallet or virtual home, which everyone else can do as well.
In fact, most NFTs sold in 2021 did not come with any copyright or IP, meaning that you cannot monetize the NFT, which is a crucial component for a vibrant economy. The collection of the Bored Ape Yacht Club does as we discussed, resulting in a vibrant community and steep prices, but most collectibles don't, and all you have is a pointer towards an item stored somewhere, which is not a sustainable solution if NFTs are meant to achieve mass adoption.

Final Thoughts

If the above shows anything, it is important to always do your own research before diving in, as is the case with trading cryptocurrencies. Of course, this seems all very depressing, and it is, but it is not the end of the world. After all, it is still early days.
As the legal system catches up and the blockchain ecosystem continues to evolve and develop, i.e., truly decentralized storage of your digital assets, interoperable blockchains and minimum to no transaction fees become feasible, all the above problems will likely disappear.
Despite these challenges, NFTs are still a much better system than the current centralized approach, where a company can simply delete years of your work with a click of a button. NFTs that offer utility are amazing, and NFTs will define the metaverse economy, but we will first need to solve these five NFT challenges.

We at brainmatrix solutions can develop any crypto bot,defi or nft for you. We also develop crypto exchanges. Visit our website in my bio to know more.

Programming / Benefits And Challenges Of Working With Freelancers And A Better Solution by objtech(m): 10:30am On Aug 06, 2022
Freelancing originated as expert skills, wherein an individual was unique enough not to be tied down to one organization. Hence Freelancing was considered to be a Specialist’s domain rather than a “helping hand” who can deal with your odd jobs.
We believe the IT freelancing jobs took off during the Global Recessions which changed/shaped the face of the economy. According to the IMF (International Monetary Funds) the US faced its recession during 2001-2002 and the longest during 2008-2009. This saw a boom in the Freelancing world and based on its increasing demand freelancing started taking shape of a go-to alternative.
The definition of freelancing has evolved over years, from individuals or groups working out of their Homes offering niche services for a limited period to freelancing websites which offer a platter of skills to engage.
43% of the U.S. workforce will be freelancers by 2020. (Nasdaq)
On that note, let’s take up the scenarios to be considered in Software Development Stages and analyze the pros and cons that can come from hiring an Employee or a Freelancer.

Cost

Going into new ventures, Investment is the most important and primary aspect. Getting an Employee onboard involves a lengthy and costly process. Searching Job Sites or Recruitment Agencies, negotiating a Salary (top talents don’t come cheap), providing Healthcare and Insurance services and in case of long-term engagements keeping them appraised with perks and increments; seems like a huge task.  
Pros: Freelancers in most cases are easier to find and cheaper to engage.
Cons: Cheaper the freelancer lower the quality or skills.

Flexibility of Team structure

The graph for Resource Allocation of every Software development project follows a progression of growth during the Requirement Gathering phase and reaches the top during Development phase, gradually dying down during the Maintenance phase. Hence the team structure varies requiring off boarding of resources gradually.
Pros: Flexibility in case of upsizing or downsizing the team.
But depending on the hurdles faced in development the time periods may vary. Freelancers work on either Fixed price projects or Hourly basis. Hence your Project plan should be topnotch for you to completely utilize hired freelancers.
Cons : Incase of fixed price projects, Tracking of the time invested by the freelancer is not possible. Moreover, freelancers aren’t used to reporting time distribution. A daily/hourly timesheet might be restrictive for a freelancer.
Short period commitments are a norm in freelancing. Most SMBs require Developers for short intervals until their custom software goes live. Beyond that they expect ad hoc support services for bugs.
Cons: Maintenance support is difficult, in case of freelancers, as the chances that the same developer can he hired are thin, and a new developer might have to engage longer hours just to get a hang of the issue.

Quality of Developers

Quality of Employees to Freelancers is a matter of debate. Even though we consider the same level of talent on both ends; the processes followed by them in each scenario differs. Companies involve in a complete Background check, Technical interviews, HR interviews and Aptitude test if required before hiring, hence assuring a skilled developer.
Pros: Freelancers are considered to be Experts in their domains; hence enabling them to work independently without any support.
Cons: Freelancing portals have no screening process and developers must be evaluated based on the projects they have uploaded.
Cons: Freelancers though having the required qualifications/certifications would not necessarily be skilled in aspects beyond technical.

Quality of software

As IT industries have evolved they have seen marginal improvement in the Processes being followed, the quality analysis reviews being done which together define the Industry standards. Companies try to comply themselves to either of the following standards - IEEE, ISO, ANSI, EIA.
Pros: Since most freelancers are completely dependent on the review/feedbacks they get from the client to get their next job. They are required to strive to satisfy the clients requirements.
Cons : Since the freelancing movement wasn’t bound to an Industry; Industry norms didn’t apply to them. Developing a SW according to ISO standards can be tedious for the freelancer. Hence quality gets confined to the developer and tester’s perspectives. You will need to hire a separate Quality Analyst to evaluate the work done.
Access to Global Talent

Pros : Freelancing allows you to hire talented developers across the globe.
Cons: Communicating your ideas to a person from different cultures and backgrounds can be difficult. With distinct business processes being followed across different countries, aligning a stranger to your world might be time consuming.
In such cases expert teams specific to requirement gathering come into play, who would communicate your specifications in refined and curtailed format to the developer.

Control

Pro : With a single individual handling a project, all decisions are quick and instinctive.
With the drive to hire the top talent in the freelancer world, the client might end up with multiple resources at distributed locations.
Cons: In such cases assuring that all resources are on the same page, is challenging. Furthermore, to supervise these developers is an added task for the client.
The Management and supervision of development team is a Leads task who can act as a guide to the resources on behalf of the client.

Bonding

Cons: Due to the fragile nature of the relationship, even though you spend notable time with different freelancers at different stages of the project, a sense of belonging is not generated at both ends.
Entrepreneurs are looking for venues that would provide them benefits from both streams of workforce. The Flexibility of the freelancers with the Expertise, Quality and Reliability of Organizations. 
We at brainmatrix solutions have solved most of this cons for you and are ready to take on any tech project and deliver high quality results for you. You can visit www.brainmatrixtech.com for more information on our services.

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