FIMK is a community project if there is enough support for a feature i don't see why it should not be possible.
You could proceed by explaining your idea in more detail.
Like all of us, i'm very interested in software product that is worth marketing (in the 'attention economy' and taking notice of basic human psychology) to masses of averadge joes. In terms of development project, AFAIK the only way to do that is communal and social, with well working feedback loops from testers to coding - including coding of translations etc linguistic level. As Dirk says, the "under the hood" code needs to be in good shape before that can happen, and the core functions program seems like perfect place to start to finesse the linguistic etc. psychological level interface in joint effort.
I have more questions than answers on practical level, e.g.
1) is it possible to make to coding of linguistic interface less dependent from pro coder like Dirk or more approachable and doable for testers and developers, in order to save Dirk's time and effort and let him concentrate on where his best talent and interest is?
2) what would be the best way to implement the social project of developing most intuitive interface we can do? How to communicate most efficiently, so that messages concerning testing and developing get not only send, but also received, and the software product evolves with least noise?
I don't have any practical experience of this kind of project, but I feel developing the development project would also require certain level of simplicity of communication, e.g. good layman explanations that give holistic comprehension of what we are doing and how the software works, beginning from block chain tech? And we - or those with most experience and comprehension - would need to publish their knowledge both in English and Finnish for the purpose of gaining more comprehensive and holistic view of our project, so that details (of linguistic API etc) fall in place most harmoniously and with least effort. In recent days it has become more clear, that the biggest challenge - and promise - of FIMK as first serious step towards basic income crypto is to bridge the gap between insider techies and noob average users. To become a real community project.
Working simultaneously in two languages is both challenge and asset. English is great on analytic approach to details, and Finnish has more holistic nature. I, like many others, can comprehend parts only after holistic level of comprehension has evolved fully enough. A translator generally reads the whole book before s(h)e can start to translate words and sentences.