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May 01, 2018, 06:45:58 PM
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Quidli is the world's first equity-on-blockchain project focusing on early-stage startups.

Thoughts on the future of work this May 1st from Quidli:

For some in the next-gen workforce, there’s little interest in pursuing lifelong careers if they can’t spend money earned.

Workers are turning to freelancing or joining startups with visions they believe in, regardless of profitability. Such trends are the bricks for the companies of tomorrow.

A growing number of workers are no longer satisfied just to earn salary. Instead, they’ll choose to be entrepreneurs or pursue work in passion projects in exchange for equity.

Work-for-equity certainly isn’t a widely adopted compensation model; there are many challenges today, including ensuring basic income for working people to survive, establishing fairness in equity, finding balance between risk and trust, etc.

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May 24, 2018, 11:35:18 AM
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