January 28, 2022
Tech Talent is a blockchain-based system proposed to help address the worldwide shortage of tech skills. It works by stimulating the search and development of the talents that the digital economy needs. Companies define the technology skills they need by sponsoring digital badges on Tech Talent. Mentors, working as sport scouts, seek out people and help them learn the skills needed to earn badges from the sponsored company. The sponsoring company has access to the list of people (talents) who have earned the badge.
The system is responsible for rewarding participants through the distribution of tokens used to sponsor badges. Mentors and Talents are rewarded for badges earned and when the sponsoring company hires a Talent. It is a win-win ecosystem run by the community. The most demanded skill tends to be the most sponsored badge attracting Mentors and Talents who will try to meet this demand.
In addition to the objective of helping to supply the most in-demand tech skills, Tech Talent can play an import social role by allowing the “so to be discovered Talent” in underserved communities the chance to study, earn badges and financially help their families during this process.
Tech Talent wants to capture the billions of dollars that companies around the world spend to promote tech education by introducing a more open, efficient and equitable system.
- Lightpaper describing the tokenomics for the pilot;
- Detailed requirements (3 badges) related to Uniswap needs;
M2, M3, M4
- Mentors and Validator definition;
- Smart contract and UI development for the pilot;
- 100 Talents recruitment;
- Pilot on mainnet;
- Badge issuance to Talents that achieve the related goals;
- MATIC token distribution;
- Pilot evaluation report.
M0 - USD 3,000
M1 - USD 7,000
M2, M3, M4 - USD 40,000
M5 - USD 10,000
M6 - USD 5,000
30K MATIC tokens for rewards