Frequently Asked Questions

NFTs, or non-fungible tokens, are unique digital items that can be verified and validated using blockchain technology, making them irreplaceable. NFTs can be used to represent items such as photos, videos, audio, and other types of digital files (like your CV) that hold important information such as the creator of the work, time created, and more. If you are new to NFTs, please watch the video below to boost your understanding.

A Blockchain is a form of digital technology that allows for the storage and tracking of data on a digital ledger. NFTs are one piece of data that can be tracked, stored, and moved between users with the power of blockchains.
Smart Contracts set the terms of agreement between buyers and sellers when transactions are completed on a Blockchain. A Smart Contract follows an agreed set of rules that will only allow a particular transaction to occur once the conditions in the agreement have been met. For example, our Smart Contracts stipulate that a completed Claim Form must be verified as valid before you can be paid your Royalty Fee.
Your CV will be linked to the Blockchain during the minting process. The Blockchain itself will detail a range of information contained in tags such as:
"ID Number"
"Smart Contract ID"
"Description"
"NFT address"
"Token_ID":
"Chain":
"Status"
"Image"
"File_key"
"Time Created"
"Fees"
"Type"
"Royalty"
"Percentage"
"Price"
"Listing_ID"
"Sellers Address"
"Current Owners Address"
Private blockchains are often referred to as 'permissioned' blockchains. Unlike public blockchains, where anyone can download the software, form a node, view the ledger and interact with the blockchain, private blockchains are run and operated by private entities. As your CV contains a lot of personal data, we make use of a private Blockchain so that your personal data is kept safe, and is only provided to third parties with your consent.
Your CV will only be shared with prospective employers when you apply for a job. Otherwise, your information is kept private as we operate a private blockchain.
The Royalty Fees detailed within our Smart Contracts can go up to 90% of the NFT sale value. The NFT sale value will typically be around £500 for jobs that pay below £70,000 per year, and around £1000 for jobs paying over £70,000 per year. The respective royalty fee will be detailed within each job advert, so you will know how much money you could earn each time that you submit your CV.
The Royalty Fees detailed within our Smart Contracts can go up to 90% of the NFT sale value. The NFT sale value will typically be around £500 for jobs that pay below £70,000 per year, and around £1000 for jobs paying over £70,000 per year. The respective Royalty Fee will be detailed within each job advert, so you will know how much money you could earn each time that you submit your CV.
Simply navigate to the 'Candidates' section of the menu bar and click on the 'Claim Royalties' dropdown tab. Here you can initiate your Royalty Payment through completing the claim form. Once your claim is verified, the information in the claim form will be added to the Blockchain and we will pay you your Royalty Fees as per the Smart Contract. Our payments are made directly to your bank account via electronic bank transfers.
Our payments are made directly to your bank account via electronic bank transfers.
As per the terms of our Smart Contracts, recruiters are made aware that Royalty Fees can only be paid to one successful candidate pertaining to one job advertisement. If a recruiter wishes to employ multiple candidates, they need to provide multiple job advertisements. Thus, it is the responsibility of the Recruiter / Employer to adhere to this aspect of the Smart Contract. If we have already paid a Royalty Fee pertaining to a particular job advertisement, we will not be able to add a second Royalty Fee to the Blockchain.
We are currently in the process of creating our own cryptocurrency, and you will soon have the option to choose between receiving your payments in the form of our cryptocurrency or in GBP. At present, you are only able to receive your payments in GBP.