Decentralized Application for Freelancers and FinTech Companies

From this article you will learn how FintechFans is building a decentralized platform for freelancers and companies
12 March 2018   545

One of the biggest challenges in the FinTech industry today is a missing link between FinTech professionals and the myriad of new employers who need to reach them. There is an extraordinary number of FinTech, and a part of them has a valuation of more than a billion dollars. Because of this trend the demand for qualified staff is increasing exponentially. FintechFans has been founded to address this market.

What is FintechFans?

FintechFans is a revolutionary new platform to connect users on both sides of the market using Blockchain technology to create a more efficient, secure and user-friendly recruitment ecosystem.

FintechCoins are currently for sale! The FintechCoin, or FINC, will be the primary currency used to interact and collaborate through FintechFans. The pre-sale phase began on November 29, 2017 and will be open until the end of March 2018. Once the initial round of sales has been completed, the decentralized public crowdsale will run from April 9 to April 30, 2018, which is open to everyone, irrespective of the size of the investment.

FintechCoin Functions

The reason for the creation of a native coin is simple: this structure resonates with both employees and employers in the current market space, and it simplifies their ability to get things done. FintechCoin coins will serve four main functions on the site:

  • Hiring Freelancers: In the gig economy, a coin is the easiest way to hire the services of professional freelancers from any field. This makes it possible for companies to maintain a fluid workforce based on up to the minute needs.
  • Advertising: Users will have the ability to purchase advertising slots on a variety of publicly visible web pages to improve their return on investment for recruitment.
  • Placing A Job Opening: Tokens can be exchanged to list a job opening on the Job Board platform. These job openings will be searchable by job seekers looking for work.
  • Promoting Job Listings: If a previous job listing has not received enough attention, a token can be used to further promote the listing, bumping it to the top of the list and increasing the amount of click through.

FintechFans Core Focus

FintechFans recognizes a dire need to cultivate talent organically within the FinTech industry. This means creating systems and platforms that can reach freelancers outside of their native work environments.

The ICO is not the goal itself but only a means to the end in order for us to achieve what we deem necessary to make this vision a success in the long run.
 

Marcel van Oost

CEO, FintechFans

FintechFans will be sponsoring the world’s biggest FinTalent competitions during 2018 to cultivate fresh talent and ideas within the industry. A minimum of 1000 FinTech students will participate and each of them will be registered on the FintechFans job board.

To learn more about FintechFans, visit the job board and token sale page or check out their social media to keep up with project developments.

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Token Sales Still 'Rampant', China State TV Says

Country's highest-level government mouthpiece, has hit out at domestic ICOs that it says are still "rampant," despite a 2017 ban
23 May 2018   65

China Central Television (CCTV), the country's largest government mouthpiece, paid attention to the ICO theme, saying that this sphere, despite the ban introduced in 2017, is still "rampant." This is reported by CoinDesk.

During the Financial News broadcast, the media reported that the ban on the ICO was imposed last September by the People's Bank of China did not deter local investors from investing in the crypto sector. On the contrary, their desire for rapid enrichment led to the rise of this area of ​​the economy.

Further, CCTV told about the sharp rise, as the Chinese crypto community calls them, "air coins" - told about tokens, for which there are no legally registered companies - and stated that the number of these "air coins" increased by 30 times after the ICO ban.

While many business entities have moved their projects overseas following the ICO ban, a lot of these 'air coins' carried on fundraising in China without migration because they are loosely organized as a temporary team, not even a formal business entity.
 

CCTV

These projects often state that they are connected with well-known crypto-currency investors like Li Xiaolai, one of the first investors and bitocain evangelists in China, to appear legitimate.

99.99 percent of the time, I'm being associate with these projects without even knowing it. There's always this fear of missing out (FOMO) among investors. And when they can't make judgments by themselves, they tend to refer to whoever influential is associated with the project.
 

Li Xiaolai

Cryptocurrency investor

China's central television is not the first time trying to tell the public about the "chaos" that prevails in the crypto-currency market. Simultaneously, China's law enforcement agencies stepped up efforts to combat projects aimed at attracting investor funds through the sale of tokens.