03 Oct
Media , ICO News

Decentralised Student Employment Startup bitJob, Aims to Edge Steps Closer to 'The Digital Revolution' - The CoinTelegraph

Lawrence Hing Fat Chiu

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The bitJob public token sale is currently open, and closes in just 9 days, October 13, 2017

October 3, 2017 - The CoinTelegraph have featured an article on bitJob, a decentralised peer-to-peer student marketplace for online short term jobs. The article discusses how the transition from Industrial Revolution to 'The Digital Revolution' will arise from blockchain based technology. Using comparisons of Uber, Fiverr and Upwork to demonstrate the sharing economy, the article suggests that bitJob is developing a platform to take the next steps towards 'The Digital Revolution.

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About bitJob

BitJob is a decentralized P2P student marketplace for online short-term jobs, powered by the Ethereum blockchain. Students face two main problems: they’re short on finances during academic periods and they lack professional experience once they graduate. Aimed at revolutionising the way students make a living and gain occupational experience while still studying, BitJob will give students the opportunity to receive immediate payment for their skills from professional employers whilst enriching their dynamic résumé, anytime and from anywhere.

For more information, visit the bitJob website.

Visit their token sale page, which is currently OPEN and closes on October 13th, 2017 17:00 UTC. Only 9 days left until the token sale ends!

View bitJob on the TokenMarket website.