I learned about Kleoverse after connecting with Aleksi on Twitter. We had a quick call to chat about what we’re both working on and I was immediately intrigued by the concept of Proof-of-Talent. I ended up making my own Kleoverse profile not long after.
Based on my personal experience both as a prospective employee and as a person running hiring pipelines for Kleros and Proof of Humanity, finding a job in web3 is quite different from other industries. There are certain intangibles that go into candidate selection, many of which are hard to show in traditional CVs – things like interest in the ecosystem, participation in web3 organisations, and passion for the space can be more accurately showcased through the credential tokens one chooses to collect.
My personal favorite in Kleoverse Portfolios is the Achievements timeline. I’m quite big on collecting OATs and Kudos tokens. I’ve seen many credentialing projects popping up recently but my question every time is: “How can all these be viewed in one place?” Kleoverse is the answer! Combining on-chain credentials with off-chain achievements is very valuable for creating a comprehensive view of oneself as a web3 builder.
I think Kleoverse is important infrastructure for the future of work. A common theme in Web3 is doing things differently, and I’d be quite disappointed if I had to stop collecting tokens and start maintaining my resume in an old-fashioned way. If building career profiles can be done in an engaging and interactive way, then I’m more than happy to see it become the new standard. I’m excited to see the development roadmap of Kleoverse roll out.