Blochaus was founded by recruitment entrepreneurs Ginnette Harvey and Scott Fulton, who are inspired by the endless possibilities that Blockchain brings on a global scale.
In launching the new brand, there were many amusing questions we heard, such as:
“Why are you setting up a Crypto business in this market!?”
Of course, those already in the space will be well aware that Blockchain is disrupting far more than Crypto—and this is one of the key reasons that we are so excited about this journey.
for those who are new to blockchain…
It is perfectly logical to associate Blockchain with Crypto since it has fundamentally enabled it to function since its inception, but Blockchain is a vehicle for so much more than just this.
IBM created an incredible resource that encapsulates the essence of Blockchain brilliantly:
“Blockchain is a shared, immutable ledger that facilitates the process of recording transactions and tracking assets in a business network. An asset can be tangible (a house, car, cash, land) or intangible (intellectual property, patents, copyrights, branding). Virtually anything of value can be tracked and traded on a blockchain network, reducing risk and cutting costs for all involved.”
but, what does this mean?
Outside of Crypto, Blockchain has the capacity to touch every industry and disrupt it—and we’re seeing this unfold in real-time. Blockchain allows for greater trust, greater security, and ultimately more efficiency for businesses.
This opens up countless possibilities for Blockchain—and it’s only the beginning.
For example, let’s look at Blockchain and the Healthcare industry:
“A Blockchain network is used in the healthcare system to preserve and exchange patient data through hospitals, diagnostic laboratories, pharmacy firms, and physicians. Blockchain applications can accurately identify severe mistakes and even dangerous ones in the medical field. Thus, it can improve the performance, security, and transparency of sharing medical data in the healthcare system. This technology is helpful to medical institutions to gain insight and enhance the analysis of medical records.” – Science Direct
This alone is transformative for both healthcare and life sciences, as Blockchain (quite literally) has the capacity to improve patient security and save lives.
The statistics about Blockchain are equally as impressive:
“The global blockchain market is projected to grow from USD $4.9 billion in 2021 to USD 67.4 billion by 2026, at a CAGR of 68.4% during the forecast period.” – Research and Markets
so, what does this mean for talent?
The industry is beginning to grow faster than there is talent available, and we’re going to need to find different ways to reskill individuals and help them find a path into the field. When the trajectory for Blockchain is this impressive, the demand for talent will continue to rise, which is where Blochaus comes in. Our research told us that there was a clear and obvious gap in the market for high-performance blockchain recruitment.
As blockchain continues to disrupt every industry, there is a clear need to connect extraordinary talent with pioneering organizations.
We launched Blochaus with the clearly stated intention of establishing ourselves as the global leader in blockchain recruitment. We love working with people who are championing, dreaming, building, and reinventing the world through this game-changing technology—all while driving unprecedented business value.
Our founding team has 20+ years in specialist recruitment, effectively finding scarce talent across the globe and helping organizations build world-class teams.
Entering this field, it was important that Blockchain was a technology that we could really stand behind. We are well-aware of the controversies that surround Blockchain from an environmental, sustainability and governance perspective. And yet Blockchain has so many incredible use cases to make a positive social impact—and that is what really excites us.
Accenture created an excellent resource addressing this, highlighting that there can be a positive impact across multiple industries. One of their examples included the Akshaya Patra million meals program, which is “providing midday meals to millions of school kids in India by combining blockchain with AI and IoT”.
Another example is DHL Serialization for Pharmaceutical safety, which uses Blockchain to “to eliminate counterfeit drugs from the pharmaceutical supply chain”. Initiatives and projects like these cemented for us that Blockchain can be transformative and do good.
The foundation of Blockchain is trust and transparency, and this aligns squarely with our vision for the recruitment experience that we plan to deliver to our clients and candidates.
We are excited to connect exceptional talent in the blockchain community with organizations that are truly pioneers in this space.
If you are looking for your next opportunity or interested in hiring blockchain talent then let’s chat! You can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org.