Grant awarded to Blockchain HELIX
We are delighted to announce the awarding of a grant to Blockchain HELIX. Blockchain HELIX is a German blockchain startup, which has created helix id, a solution to creating digital identities for consumers and companies alike. Ultimately, Blockchain HELIX’s goal is to create a trustworthy and secure digital society, which can power a digital economy, such as is supported by HUMAN Protocol. Learn more about Blockchain HELIX.
“HUMAN’s vision for a tokenized work, knowledge, and contribution platform combined with Blockchain Helix's identity solution is a great fit for a global, frictionless, and a centric app for Workers. We see tremendous potential in the power of a global, freelance machine learning and algorithm training platform.” – Oliver Naegele, Founder & CEO of Blockchain HELIX
Blockchain HELIX will be one of the operators on the Routing Protocol. The grant will be used to build a proof of concept app where Workers can:
It will involve integrating jobs from hCaptcha into the marketplace.
This project paves the way for Worker segmentation and qualification. Workers could, for example, upload and store skill relevant certificates, which would authorize Workers to complete certain types of jobs. If a job requires a medical professional, or a native speaker of Mandarin, that could be accomodated.
This collaboration paves the way for the creation of a powerful blockchain-based application that can help Workers earn and complete tasks. The key to this success is the ability for a proper way to manage identity and corresponding skills, qualification, and overall reputation. The creation of a secure digital society of Workers is essential to powering a digital economy.
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