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APPII - Launches Seed Funding Round

Posted on 13 November, 2016 by APPII
APPII has launched a seed funding round. For the SEIS round of £150,000, APPII is issuing Ordinary shares delivering a total of 7.5% of the company equity, based on a pre money valuation of £2,000,000. This valuation is based on comparable early stage valuations of technology based recruitment start-ups. An investment teaser is available for those that are interested. Please email info@appii.io for further information

APPII - Explainer video

Posted on 12 November, 2016 by APPII

Ethereum-based APPII works with Open University to verify academic records on blockchains

Posted on 29 June, 2016 by APPII

Blockchain-based careers platform APPII, is working with the Open University to build out a platform that can register and verify student academic records.
APPII's system is inspired by Ethereum smart contracts and aims to provide access to all manner of academic achievement, employment experience and other merits.
The Open University have been experimenting with a blockchain solution in their Knowledge Media Institute (KMI) and are working to place OpenLearn Badges and Open University accreditation onto that platform. 

Ethereum-based system of CV smart contracts to save recruiters time and money

Posted on 16 April, 2016 by APPII

APPII, a UK-based technology start-up, is testing out a way of encapsulating verifiable recruitment-data within transparent, tamper-proof automated contracts run on the Ethereum blockchain.
The smart contracts allow for the verification of the career profile (curriculum vitae or resume) of students and workers by their former, and current, employers and education providers.