Fintechfans launches decentralised fintech talent platform, undergoes token sales

Fintechfans launches decentralised fintech talent platform, undergoes token sales 1600 600 Holland FinTech

Fintechfans, online job board dedicated to fintech, is going through major changes, optimizing its potential to seize evolutions on the talent market. In this booming fintech industry, talent is a dominant challenge for companies. To palliate this issue, Fintechfans’ team is presenting the second part of its staffing platform, a decentralised marketplace for fintech jobs. After offering a service targeting permanent jobs, the decentralised platform aims to provide a frictionless experience to freelancers and employers.

With the apparition of the gig economy, the nature of employment is going to change within the next decade. Fintechfans’ position on the market, with the launch of this decentralised marketplace, fits with the evolution the financial landscape is undergoing. The ambition of the start-up is to create a talent market where job seekers and companies are in direct contact, without middleman required. The start-up indeed aims to provide a peer-to-peer platform, where structured feedback from employers and employees can help different parties to find the right match through a transparent process. No expensive costs neither for both ends, as their business model is based on fees paid exclusively to advertise the job offers, and is not proportional to hours worked or completed projects.

ICO, the logic way to finance such a project

To finance their project, Fintechfans is conducting token sales. Presales are available until the 31st of January, and decentralised publics sales will be done from the 7th of February, with the goal to launch by Q3 2018. The sale will be global, with partners in major financial centres, including New York, London, Hong-Kong, Dubaï, Amsterdam and more. For more information on the token sales and the project development, click here.

About Fintech Fans

FintechFans is the result of the combined effort of a team with proven experience in the fintech field. After having created, scaled and sold their previous company, payment service provider Qantani, the team launched their new project earlier this year. Having worked hard to launch the first phase of their platform, the six fintech veterans composing the team are now putting all their effort towards creating an efficient, cost-effective fintech talent ecosystem. Read their white paper here.

 

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