US-based AI-powered freelance job platform Boon Tech has opened its first international office in Dubai.
The tech firm, which also the first blockchain project to be accepted by Oracle Startup System, moved to the emirate prompted by the region’s market size and growth potential for Boon Tech's freelance job platform.
BoonTech said it aims to attract employers from Dubai and the Middle East as well as freelancers from the region and beyond.
Its blockchain-based, AI-powered decentralised online job portal offers a free platform for employers and freelancers to meet and carry out transactions involving freelance services with cryptocurrency rewards.
Boon Tech combines concepts from job marketplace with lessons learned from building cryptocurrencies and their communities.
“We are always looking for partnerships with other companies in both blockchain and non blockchain vertical,” said Boon Tech's founder and CEO, Rajesh Pavithran. “So, if there are companies that can help us grow our business and help our customers, we are open for new partnerships and tie ups.”
Freelancers undertaking assignments on Boon Tech's portal are paid with a ‘Boon Dollar’ is pegged with US Dollar and does not fluctuate like other cryptocurrencies.
Boon Tech has ambitious plans for expansion to other developing markets in Asia and Europe. The plans to open more offices in India, Malaysia and Indonesia, along with an office in Europe, most probably in London.For all the latest business news from the UAE and Gulf countries, follow us on Twitter and Linkedin, like us on Facebook and subscribe to our YouTube page, which is updated daily.
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