May 1, 2018
Everyone has passion projects... There are activities and projects that contributors really enjoy working on and wish they could spend more time on. Unfortunately, very few are actively working on them. In many cases, this is due to the ever-changing business needs of their employer. Ultimately, resource availability for a project is limited to a team which may not have the skills to meet project needs. There are many causes for these conflicts which can have catastrophic effects on the contributors, project, and business, but ultimately, the root cause is resource compartmentalization. Contributors are forced to decide between their passions and job security which can ultimately push them even further away from working on what they enjoy, resulting in engagement issues. Projects are impacted due to the engagement and staffing problems even though the business is required to maintain an idle labor buffer in the event that a project arises which requires a specific knowledge worker’s expertise. To counteract this, we spend a lot of time locally optimizing resources at the project, team, organization, and corporate levels. What if we could identify a global optimum solution which resolves these issues?
Attention. There is a risk that unverified members are not actually members of the team
$8 250 000
"A decentralized platform, built on the trusted NEO network that will change the way you recruit and scale your workforce."Strong team and commercial viability. Supported by CoZ and built on Neo. Interesting project to follow and see measured progress
14-May. Sergey:It is something Linkedin alike. The project is worth watching, they have prominent partners NGC, City of Zion, nOS.I would rather compare it with Dock.io. Dock.io has shown good ROI.
Advantages.1. The development team is excellent. A developer from the city of Zion.2. White paper and business model are more elaborate than another freelancer Dapp.3. Tokenomic through locking is good. We can see efforts to prevent dumping.A complementary point1. Development is not in progress. Indeed freelance industries with many competitors in the market.2. The roadmap is incredibly long. A structure that cannot be commercialized until next year. The roadmap is slow enough to be able to verify the initial version in the middle of next year.3. Freelancer-related Dapps have never been successful.
Moonlight● Moonlight is a project management and human resources suite platform that is run on a decentralized platform. ● Moonlight main features revolve around its trustless ecosystem thus proving credibility of it individuals.● Private Beta Release in Q2 2018 with market public release in Q3 2018.
Our thoughts on buying the tokens for flipping and investing for the long term are as follows:For flipping: CUnless there’s some very strong factors surrounding the project, dApps in general just do not perform well in the current market environment. The presale started back in May 2018 and crowdsale details are still not yet finalized. Therefore, we believe the project has lost the momentum in terms of fundraising.However, it is good to see that there was no bonus granted to presale participants. For long-term holding: DThe Moonlight ecosystem relies on network effect to generate traction. If there aren’t a lot of job postings, candidates wouldn’t frequent the platform, and vice versa.While the team is strong from a technical standpoint, they don’t have anyone who has a strong recruiting background to drive the adoption of the platform.With so many other job marketplaces in both centralized and decentralized space, we believe that it would be difficult for Moonlight to generate substantial traction to build up its network effect from both demand (companies looking to hire) as well as supply (candidates looking for work) side.
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