Moonlight Releases Reports About Its First Iteration, Copernicus

As per recent reports, Moonlight, which is a freelance workforce platform on the NEO blockchain, has released a discussion of the development that has been made on its first iteration, which has been codenamed “Copernicus.” Tyler Adams, the co-founder of the platform, in a post provided clarifications regarding his project’s design, which is inclusive of the creation of digital profiles for each user. These profiles will allow customized resumes when applying for different categories of employment.

Moonlight will also be allowing their users to keep and customize several user profiles so that there is a chance of enhanced user customization. At the user account level, Moonlight has plans to build out “identity anchors.” Identity anchors are basically designed to enable users to provably tie their identities to their job applications by linking them with a third-party KYC provider. According to the reports available, future development of this concept will also be enabled so as to offer proven and verified work history data.

At the user profile level, Moonlight plans to offer tools for each user to manage different profiles that will be able to customize their resumes and job applications. Adams, as an example, cited the scenario where a user that could want to emphasize different professional experiences when applying to engineering jobs versus jobs that require a statistics background.

Moonlight co-founder Alan Fong will be presenting this Moonlight project with more “sneak peeks” and details about the development and progress on February 16th, 2019 on the second day of the NEO DevCon. Adams will also be on stage at NEO DevCon as he will be participating in a panel discussion, with the title “How to Expand Developer Communities,” on the first day of the conference.

Moonlight’s entire report on Copernicus is available for you to read here.