SpringRole Product Update — June 2019

It’s hard to believe that half of 2019 is already done. At SpringRole, so much has happened in the past 6 months that it seems like time has just flown past us. On that note, let us track the changes SpringRole has undergone this past month.

Skilldrop improvements

We have added data sources to our skills repository and have over 10,000+ skills in our database. This should cover most of the skills that you’d likely encounter on any professional networking site. We are still looking at ways to constantly improve our skills collection.

From Electrochemical testing to vue.js we have it all!

Sign-up support in the API

The OAuth integration of SpringRole now supports sign-up as well. So, if you decide to use the ‘Login with SpringRole’ on any of the apps only to realise that you don’t have a SpringRole account, you can sign up via the API flow as well.

SpringWallet integration

We have developed and launched SpringWallet. SpringWallet is our attempt at taking a step towards making decentralized applications available for everyone, not just the most tech savvy ones.

SpringWallet is a great blend of enabling users towards decentralization as well as letting users have a seamless experience of the blockchain ecosystem. You can read more about it here.

Click here to read out announcement about SpringWallet

SpringWallet will be rolling out in batches to our users and in our first release new users of the platform will be given an option to create their wallets using this.

That pretty much covers what we rolled out in June. A lot of stuff has been happening under the hood as well that is going to see the light of day in July and August.

I’m very excited to share these updates over the next couple of months. See you then!

About SpringRole

SpringRole is enabling everyone’s #VerifiedProfessionalProfile on the Blockchain. It is a decentralised attestation-based professional network platform powered by the blockchain.

SpringRole is the platform where people can view, share and get attestations on their professional profile, thereby creating a verified resume that they can share and use. A user’s educational qualifications and work experience are verified by the organisations themselves and written directly to the blockchain. To assess a user’s skill set, SpringRole has a system of weighted endorsements that let users objectively look at people’s profiles and assess their skill level.

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