Being able to mathematically quantify the value of someone’s participation, and their personal Commitment Level to a Hub - we can use the blockchain to measure traditionally intangible assets such as human capital.

Moreover, these parameters are designed as scarce, finite commodities that reflect real-world dynamics (such as someone’s effort and availability over a given working day), making them Real-World Assets (RWA) that can be stated beforehand, for the entire duration of the cooperation, and can be monetized and incentivized fairly, enhancing the transparency of peer-to-peer, task/job-based agreements between a project and their contributors.

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