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Upcoming ICO: Empleos to disrupt jobs market

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What is Empleos?

The Empleos platform aims to simplify the online recruitment process and provide an incentive for job seekers, disrupting the traditional system by removing intermediaries. Employers buy tokens from job seekers instead of buying access to a portal where they can view CVs, and there will be no need to mine tokens, making them a greener option, as opposed to other cryptocurrencies.

Empleos says it will maximize the participation of employers and candidates with its transparent, and scalable technology. Employers will benefit from top talent matching skills, saving time and cost and candidates will be incentivized by receiving tokens, by letting employers have access to their profiles.

The PLEO token

Empleos’ token, the PLEO token is to be a standard means of payment on the ‘labour market’ which includes freelance projects and payroll as well as online recruitment. Empleos states that its goal is to: ‘create a seamless experience for users, popularizing use of cryptocurrencies among people who are still not aware of crypto market and its opportunities, create a positive social impact and contribute to the ongoing crypto revolution'.

ICO details

The total amount of tokens is 140,000,000 with an initial token price of $0.5000, accepted currencies are BTC, ETH, USD and XEM. The token ticker is PLEO. The private sale is already live. For more information on the Empleos ICO, visit


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