Braintrust is a decentralized talent network that helps companies and talent find each other in a faster and more economical manner. The network is controlled and self-governed by network participants who earn Braintrust tokens (BTRST) by introducing and onboarding clients (demand) and talent (supply) to the network. Network participants (i.e., token holders) are members of the Braintrust DAO (decentralized autonomous organization) where they vote to make … Continue reading Changing theWay Job Seekers and Companies Find Each Other in Web3
Today I went through the exercise of writing/coding a smart contract on the Ethereum blockchain. The programming language used to write the code is called Solidity which feels a lot like C++, but obviously way better. I am not a programmer nor am I trying to be, but I came across a site called Remix.ide that allows anyone to “develop, deploy, and administer smart contracts … Continue reading Programming a Smart Contract on the Ethereum Blockchain
If you’re a business owner and you sell products or services around the world, one of the problems you’ve likely encountered is getting paid in a timely manner. In today’s society, same day settlements are rare and usually take between 2-5 business days to process. For well-capitalized companies, waiting for a payment to settle or meeting necessary prefunding requirements may not be an issue. Prefunding … Continue reading Show me the Money – How Blockchain is Revolutionizing Payments
I was in the car with my teenage son this week when he randomly asked me “what is web3.0?” I was eager to answer his question because I enjoy discussing the topic in general and I believe it will be my son’s generation that will be the most avid users of this version of the internet. To explain web3 I had to explain web1 and … Continue reading What is Web 3.0?