Pi Network: WorkforcePool becomes the first marketplace for freelancers on the Pi Network ecosystem


Several protocols with useful use cases were developed during the Pi Network hackathon by Pioneers in the blockchain industry. WorkforcePool is a protocol of this type that has drawn attention.

The first marketplace for independent contractors was created using the open-source blockchain ecosystem of the Pi Network. Pioneers may connect with and employ freelancers from all over the world using the program. On February 22, the protocol opened the Open Testnet Beta to give Pioneers a chance to provide comments prior to the launch of the mainnet.

“The Open Testnet Beta is a prelude to the launch of the Mainnet version. It provides users an opportunity to try out the platform and share feedback with the team. We encourage all Pioneers to participate in the beta, as your input will help shape the development of the App,” WorkforcePool wrote on Twitter.

Using automated talent and work matching, merit-based advancement, and blockchain payments, Pioneers can recruit contract employees on the platform. As the hackathon gets closer, users can test the Open Beta version’s features. Following the hackathon, WorkforcePool will enhance its ecosystem and add new features to welcome a large number of Pioneers.

Together with prominent Pi contributor Kozii, the protocol will be discussed in Pi News’ weekly summary. To stay updated on the Pi Network protocol’s advancements, you can set a reminder in the Twitter link below.

What is Pi Network?

Pi Network is a novel cryptocurrency and developer platform allowing mobile users to mine Pi coins without draining the battery. Pi’s blockchain secures economic transactions via a mobile meritocracy system and a full Web 3.0 experience where community developers can build decentralized applications (Dapps) for millions of users.


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