Imagine a meritocratic world where rewards are distributed in a fair and objective manner to those who truly stand out for their abilities, proving themselves to be cut out for a job. It would be a perfect world.
Moved by this ideal and by the skills that members of our team have individually developed in their respective fields, we have created Skillchain, a protocol that can comprehensively certify all past and present experiences of people. Skillchain allows academic education institutions around the world to interact quickly and easily, certifying students' career paths, the qualifications they earned and exams they took. Skillchain's goal is to bring clarity to the job world by making sure that candidates' resumes are not merely based on self-declarations, but are the result of certified and swift interactions with the institutions they come from.
Our protocol will be made available to Universities and non-academic education companies to store data such as diplomas, e-learning courses, and in-class personal development training programs. This is set to become the most secure way to store personal data which can only be accessed by its owners or by people they have authorized to do so. Primary and secondary schools, career paths, e-learning platforms, non-academic training courses will be some of the data stored in one simple key sequence that can be used by job seekers or people in search of that perfect employee.
Our goal is to globalize the Life Skill Passport, through which everyone will get a personal profile which certifies their academic credentials, participation in non-academic training courses, their skills, previous work experience and recommendations received.
It will be user-friendly, quickly accessible, and subject to the profile owner's desire for privacy. But this is just the beginning. This application can incorporate any certifiable skill, people's career paths, or even personality test results of candidates applying for a job.
The challenge is to create a single place where those who wish to be admitted into a training academy, people applying for a job or participating in non-academic training courses can look up their own track record, while simultaneously making it available to parties who request access to it.