Do you actually think you are solving a real problem, or just trying to cash in on the easy ICO money?
My question is a bit different. Why is there no way to get an answer from your support team in remote.com? and/or, why isn't there an email or a phone number so people can actually contact "Norma" or any other person who works there. When you were still outsource.com I lost $1900 dollars from a project because your security system didn't flag the person who hired me. You had given me 6 months subscription + credits to "fix" the issue, so since you turned remote.com on, all that is lost. I am more than happy to take this privately but been "the biggest remote work network" doesn't necessarily mean your ethics match that.
I can just type my information in myself from LinkedIn to Glassdoor. So why do I need dock.io?
Do you have your work backed up on a smart refrigerator just in case?
How will blockchain impact the recruiting/professional industry?
Very cool project!
What got you interested in Crypto? & Why do you think its a better environment than just building something like a "google sign-in" application, that is focused on remote data transfer?
Hey Nick! Thanks for doing the AMA. Quick question:
What’s your best advice on finding and choosing a team to work with?
Will you still be working as the CEO of Remote AND dock.io?
What do you think the job finding / recruitment industry is going to look like in 5 to 10 years. How do you envision the role of blockchain technology (in particular smart contracts) in this future?
What was the motivation for starting dock?
Do you need anyone to help your company interface with the non-technical aspects of business? Client relations, sales, etc. If so, where are you located and when can I start?
How did you get involved in the professional networking space?
When is the token sale for dock?