RETRANSMISSION: Introducing the World's First NFT Resume Marketplace: Blockchain-Powered TrustRecruit to Drive Recruiter and Job Seekers Through Novel AI-Based Matching – Yahoo Finance

Tallinn, Estonia–(Newsfile Corp. – February 19, 2022) – TrustRecruit presents the world's first AI-enabled verified resume NFT (Non-Fungible) platform. Job seekers only have to create their profile and resume that turns into unique resume NFTs. These minted NFTs are available on the marketplace for employers and recruiters to buy and trade for fees.
World's First AI-powered Resume NFT Marketplace
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The resume NFT depicts your skills, experiences, career goals, and passion. Dependent on your preference, your resume NFT is highlighted on the resume NFT marketplace, where the AI-matching engine matches your NFT resume to job openings relevant to you. On the other hand, employers and recruiters have the option to view resume details after they have paid the requisite fees. The fees that are collected are transferred to the NFT owner, empowering the people who are sharing their verified data.
It is an innovative platform for human resource hiring. It is the first fully automated AI-enabled verified resume NFT marketplace.
In only a few simple steps, TrustRecruit's AI matching engine will provide access to a pool of qualified talents. Each talent is pre-vetted for experience, skills, and salary requirements. TrustRecruit helps in finding the right candidate and which best fits your profile.
The process of hiring employees has always been tedious and fraught with misrepresented and embellished resume information. To address this issue, third-party background verification of employees has spawned, yet the hurdles remained, and the hiring cost is going to the third-party companies. You can resolve all these troubles with the NFT resume marketplace created by the TrustRecruit platform.
Employers can create their job posts enabling job seekers to apply. They can also buy NFT fractions of Job seekers on the Resume NFT marketplace to view the critical resumes at any time. The process helps reduce the recruitment time and saves a significant amount of money on the background and reference checks.
From the side of job seekers also it is the best proposition available. Professional information stored on the Blockchain via the resume NFTs will be in the custody of job seekers who have the right to share their data at their discretion and for a fee.
TrustRecruit is developed in partnership with PrimaFelicitas, a company offering global end-to-end technology solutions to entrepreneurs and startups. The company's forte lies in developing highly scalable and performant Blockchain-focused solutions, often at the intersection of other frontier technologies such as AI and IoT. By creating Trust Recruit, the company has added yet another feather in its cap, opening a whole new scope and opportunity in the world of Blockchain.
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